Yield: Yields 16 rolls.
Immersing rice paper in warm water softens it. Work with one at a time, be gentle and have extra on hand since some will break.
Make Ahead Tips
These rolls can be made a day ahead. Cover them with a damp paper towel and wrap well in plastic before refrigerating them.
This is so worth all the work that you need to do to prepare this dish. It is very authentic in taste! It felt so light in the stomach & so fresh in taste. 'Will definitely be making this again & again. The sauce suggested here is so good too! Had to substitute coarsely shredded boiled Chicken meat for the Shrimp but this still came out so good. :-)
Delicious! They are easy and fun to make. I served them as an appetizer at a function with over 100 people, and they got me a lot of compliments (all beautifully arranged around an oval platter, they looked like a spring garden of sorts!). Will make again for sure.
Eheartse must live in Montana and include grocery travel time in her estimate because this recipe took me about 30 minutes, include roll time. Of course, I'm a pro at rolling just about anything.
These were tasty, esp with the Spicy Asian Peanut Dipping Sauce on this site; however, they took a very, verryyy long time to prepare and make. It was a lot of work to saute, grate, boil, and then roll. Start to finish took a little more than 2 hours, thus I'm not sure I'll make then again. Also, just a side note, I made half with shrimp and half with tofu.
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