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Saturday, June 25, 2011

Rice Paper Salad Rolls




Bored with the same side salad? Can’t get the kids to eat it? Maybe you need to roll it up! I did this because I had a few sheet of rice paper to use, just about a dozen, not enough to make a meal, but enough for some fun side veggies.


Ingredients:
Cooked green beans
Cooked carrot sticks
Mesclun salad
Rice paper
Sweet chili sauce to serve

Follow the instructions on how to soften, fill and roll the rice papers here.





These were a hit with the kids, they like salad, but they had more fun eating it this way
:-), so I will add this recipe to Eleonora’s collection at “Chi mi aiuta a raccogliere l’insalata?”













Photos and Recipes by Alessandra Zecchini ©

26 comments:

  1. Love rice paper rolls & yes a great alternative to salad, nice with some coriander too :) Oh & I did the +1 :)

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  2. Ale grazie, bella e originalissima, arricchirà senza dubbio la mia raccolta!
    grazie mille!

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  3. As my husband is Vietnamese we eat these often. They are one of my favourite foods! Especially if my mother-in-law makes them ;-)
    I keep meaning to do a post on rice paper rolls... maybe one day soon.

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  4. I'm a big fan of rice paper rolls. I never thought of them as a substitute for salad but I see what you mean.

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  5. si presenta meravigliosamente credo che per un invito susciterebbe complimenti sicuri....è molto bella oltre che (ne sono sicura) buonissima.
    inutile dire che tifo per te per il contest?
    :)
    Bibi

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  6. @ Eleonora, grazie a te :-)
    @ Emm, I am sure that your mother in law's rice rolls must be delicious!!
    @ Ale, ciao bella!
    @ Barbara, well, salad rolls sounds good :-)
    @ Bibi, tifa tifa, ma comunque questa e' una raccolta piu' che un contest. Grazie comunque, sei sempre troppo carina :-)

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  7. molto originale, brava! Un bacione..

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  8. A fantastic way of eating more greens in a fun way! Great idea, Alessandra!

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  9. really good! At my favorite chinese restaurant in Rome I find something similar called "fresh spring roll"...I LOVE YOUR RECIPE

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  10. This really is a great way to get the children to eat their veggies. It's a wonderful idea. Have a great weekend. Blessings...Mary

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  11. And they're beautiful too! Great idea, they sound delicious.

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  12. They look so colorful.. good idea...

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  13. super idea, great for kids too

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  14. I am sure it is a hit with adults too. They look delicious!

    Peace :)

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  15. Mmmh Chandra, now that I think about it Kiwi men are well known for not eating salads, maybe I should try this out on a few...

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  16. Perfetta e gustosa, ottima idea, brava...Buona Domenica e saluti alle Lumache.

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  17. I love this type of rolls. But I haven't had it for a while. I should make some. Thanks for the great recipe!

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  18. Che involtini originali, sfiziosissimi e gustosi. Un bacio, buona domenica

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  19. Alessandra your rolls look amazing, ciao! gloria

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  20. elegant, yummy and what else??? I am not there to taste them :-(((
    Bravo!

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  21. i love rice paper rolls! i might make some for lunch....

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  22. That is a brilliant idea! I've been meaning to make some vietnamese spring rolls actually -prawns, sprouts and mint =)

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  23. I love rice paper! This looks easy, delicious, nutritious, and pretty! Great recipe!

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  24. wow, that looks superb and such a nice treat.

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