These Mango Avocado Spring Rolls are filled with a rainbow of fresh and delicious ingredients. They’re naturally gluten-free and vegan and served with the most irresistible peanut dipping sauce. Thanks to Gimme Some Oven for the great cooking inspiration – ideal to celebrate the start of Spring.
No better way to say goodbye to winter than with some good fresh ingredients from the kitchen!What you will need:
- crispy veggies (cabbage, carrot and English cucumber)
- herbs (mint and coriander)
- vermicelli rice noodles
Here’s how to make spring rolls:
Prep your ingredients: It’s important to have everything ready to go before assembling, so:
1. Cook your vermicelli rice noodles according to package instructions. Then rinse in a strainer with cold water until chilled, and toss with a bit of oil to prevent sticking.
2. Thinly slice all of your fruit and veggie fillings.
3. Prepare a large shallow pan full of warm water for your spring roll wrappers. (Tip: keep a kettle of hot water on the stovetop to refill and re-warm the water while assembling.)
4. Soak your spring roll wrappers: To do so, gently lay a single wrapper in the hot water and wait for 20-30 seconds or so, until it is soft and pliable but not completely limp and mushy. Transfer your wrapper to a flat surface.
5. Add your fillings: Then, arrange your fillings in the middle of the wrapper in a short line. After making one or two spring rolls, you will get an idea of how many fillings will work for your size of wrapper.
6. Rock and roll: Then it’s time to roll these up! Just follow the directions below, and try to tuck in your fillings as tightly as possible, which will help them not to fall apart as you are eating them.
7. Serve! Then once they’re ready to go, you can either cut your spring rolls in half or serve them whole, up to you! Serve with a great peanut dipping sauce and voila!
Here’s how to make your own peanut dipping sauce:Simply whisk together some natural peanut butter, soy sauce, rice vinegar, hoisin sauce, sesame oil and hot water. Then if you’d like a slight kick to your sauce, add in some chilli garlic sauce or sriracha to taste as well. Feel free to add as much or as little water as you prefer to help thin out the sauce.
And that’s it!
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