Spring rolls are a quintessential East Asian and Southeast Asian appetizer that can be filled with a variety of ingredients. With their broad appeal, it’s no surprise that #foodtiktok is going all out with new and classic spring roll recipes. Plus, thanks to ready-made wrappers, it’s easier than ever to make a delicious spring roll with your favorite ingredients. If you’re looking to get wrapped up in a new dish, here are five spring roll recipes to let the good times roll.
This recipe features a colorful array of vegetables. These spring rolls include shredded red cabbage, bell peppers, cucumbers, mangos, avocados and jalapeños topped with cilantro or basil wrapped in a violet rice paper roll that’s been dyed with beet water. Serve with your favorite dipping sauce and enjoy!
This recipe is the perfect way to wrap up cocktail hour. Start by placing rice paper in lukewarm water. Next, add cilantro to the center of the rice paper wrap, and top with jalapeños, cooked salmon seasoned with salt and pepper, and avocado slices. Roll and fry in oil until crispy before serving with a peanut dipping sauce.
Enjoy a flavorful blend of apples and cinnamon. Begin by adding diced apples, brown sugar, cinnamon, salt, unsalted butter and corn flour to a pot over medium heat. Next, refrigerate the filling, and pipe it on the end corner of a spring roll wrapper before rolling. Freeze the rolls for 10 minutes. Then fry until golden brown. After frying, cover each roll in cinnamon sugar and enjoy!
These sweet potato spring rolls are “yam-azing!” The recipe involves layers of lettuce, carrots, sweet potatoes, sesame seeds, avocados, cucumbers, coriander and spring onions along with homemade turmeric satay sauce. Wrap the ingredients in a rice paper roll, and serve with peanut dipping sauce.
If you’re looking for some tasty vegetarian spring rolls, this recipe is definitely a front-runner! First, add shredded carrots, red cabbage, baked teriyaki tofu and avocado to a moist rice paper roll. Finally, roll up the ingredients, and add fresh mint leaves before tucking in the sides of the rice paper.
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