Top Rated Spring Roll Recipes

In today's calorie and fat-conscious society, I wanted to see if I could bake spring rolls rather than deep-fry them.  I decided on a ground chicken and crabmeat filling and proceeded to fill them as normal.  I then sprayed the baking pan with olive oil spray lightly and placed each spring roll on the pan.  My pound of chicken meat and a can of crabmeat along with some bean sprouts and some veggies made about 20 rolls.  I then sprayed the rolls lightly, and put them in a 400F oven for 15 minutes; then turned the heat to 350F and baked them another 10 minutes.  They were all golden and crispy and we ate them with a wonderful concoction of mushroom soy sauce, hoisan, and a dash of the sweet red chili sauce laced with sesame seeds.  Now I feel that we can enjoy this wonderful delicacy without worrying about fried foods! 
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Spring Rolls
A delicious low carb and healthy dish that you can serve at a buffet, take with you to a pot luck or snack on for lunch!. Also perfect to pop into a lunch box for a healthy school lunch. Vibrant with fresh Asian flavours, these rolls pack a real WOW punch!
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Fried Snapper with Rice Paper
This dish is a fun and easy way to serve spring rolls: Have your guests roll their own at the table. It fits in well with the communal spirit in Vietnam, where it is often prepared when entertaining guests at home. This recipe also works well with barbecued snapper. — Tracey Lister and Andreas Pohl, authors of Made in Vietnam
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wontons
Crunchy on the outside and savory-spicy and juicy on the inside. A perfect samosa in a bite size, great as a cocktail or mock tail snack. And look so adorable. This recipe is courtesy of TumericNSpice.com
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conch
“Almost every restaurant in the Florida Keys has conch on their menu either as conch chowder, conch fritters, cracked conch, or conch steak,” says Stoky, whose conch egg rolls with key lime-wasabi aioli is served at his restaurant, Mile Marker 88 in Islamorada.This recipe is courtesy of Chef Bobby Stoky and served at Mile Marker 88 
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Summer Rolls
Whisk together a creamy peanut sauce, chop up loads of vegetables, and get rolling! These summer rolls are so fun to make, and are a brilliant light lunch.This recipe is courtesy of Sally’s Baking Addiction.
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Soft Spring Rolls with Smoked Salmon and Fresh Basil
Soft spring rolls are a pleasure to see and to eat and simple to make if you set up a small assembly line with all the components ready to roll up. The secret ingredient here is extra pairs of hands, to make the job interesting and fun.
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Banana Spring Rolls
This Filipino dessert combines bananas rolled in sugar and then deep fries them for the ultimate sweet treat.
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Spring Rolls with Sesame Ponzu Vinaigrette
This is one of my husband’s and my favorite dishes, and I hope everyone enjoys this meal with family and friends. It’s a Southeast Asian dish with a Japanese twist. See all appetizer recipes.
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spring rolls
You’ve probably heard of jiaozi, or dumplings, the ubiquitous Chinese food that nearly every family eats during the week-long celebration of the Chinese New Year. Boiled, steamed, or pan-fried, the dumplings are easy to make ahead and can be frozen in large quantities to preserve the tradition of fun and relaxation that characterizes a New Year’s holiday spent at home with family. Spring rolls are popular all over the world, but they have special significance as a traditional Chinese New Year food, particularly south of the Yangtze River. These “spring pancakes” are easy to make and can be wrapped around a variety of fillings. 
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Fried Apple Spring Rolls
Any tart-sweet apple will do for this recipe, such as Pippin and Granny Smith. These Fried Apple Spring Rolls are a novel treat for dinner party guests, with their rum-spiked mascarpone and tart-sweet apple filling. Give these a try! See all appetizer recipes.
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