Salad Rolls

If you like Asian food (Thai, Chinese, whatever) you must have tried salad roles before. They can be expensive when you eat out–but these appetizers are super easy to make. Here’s how:


Rice spring roll wraps (in the store they are called Spring Roll Skins and look like this:)

1 package tofu, if desired

1 bag chopped carrots

1 bag chopped cabbage

1 bunch cilantro

Thai and True Peanut Sauce (or other peanut sauce)


1. If desired, prepare your tofu. Open the package, drain and cut the tofu, place on a baking tray at 350 degrees Fahrenheit to bake for about 20 minutes, or fry in a frying pan until slightly golden brown.

2. Soak the rice wraps in warm water, about a minute per wrap.

3. In each wrap, place some carrots, cabbage, cilantro and tofu according to desired size of wrap. Role gently, tuck in the sides and finish the wrap, like the pictures.

4. Complete as many wraps as desired. We made about 40. Eat with peanut or plum sauce.

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Categories: Appetizer, Sauce, Side dish, Snack, Wrap


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