Let’s rock and spring roll!… hihi
It surprised me a lot how easy it is to make your own home-made spring rolls. I have always thought it was too demanding, but it actually pretty simple. Besides, it taste delicious and it wakes up the good memories I have from our trips to Asian, especially Thailand, where all the food are very tasty and often quit spicy too…
What you’ll need:
- 1 pack Spring Roll Pasty (Can be bought in Asian stores)
- 400 g minced beef
- 2 carrots
- ½ sliced pointed cabbage
- 2 unions
- Glass Noodles (Shirataki/udon Noodles)
- 2 red chilies
- Oil to frying
- Chilisauce to deep in
First, take the spring roll pasty out the freezer to defrost. Grate carrots, slice union into thin boats and red chili into small pieces. Boil noodles soft and add salt. Fry the mince dry and well-done. Then add the vegetables, salt, pepper and other spices if you like. Fry the glass noodles separated. Mix the noodles and the meat-vegetarien in a big bowl.
Now, let’s rock and ROLL!: Take a piece of the very thin spring roll pasty, and put suitable amount in the middle. Flip a corner over the mix, roll a bit, flip the sides up, and roll done! (Often there would be a instruction at the spring roll pasty pack, with picture’s that you can easily follow)…
When the rolling job is done, head up plenty of oil on a pan, and fry the spring rolls on both sides in about 5 minutes, or until they have the have the right color on both sides. Well done, eat them while they’re still warm and served them white a freeze salad and chili sauce.