Skinny Rice Paper Rolls Recipe

These Skinny Rice Paper Rolls are so simple and really YUM.

They are just perfect for any meal of the day and best of all they are so GOOD for you.

The below recipe is one I personally developed and it’s a big hit with everyone, Enjoy  Vix

Ingredients – Makes 8 rolls

8 Rice Paper Roll Sheets
1 Carrot
1 Cucumber
½ cup Chinese Cabbage
Rice Noodles (150g cooked or 37g Raw Dry weight))
Chicken (200g cooked or 315g RAW weight) or Prawns (435g Cooked or 375g Raw weight) or Tofu (250g plain tofu or 200g pre-flavoured tofu – satay, thai, spicy)
1 cup fresh Bean Sprouts
Small Handful Mint and coriander Leaves
3 Tbsp Satay Sauce
Soy Sauce to serve

Instructions

1. Cook noodles as per instructions and allow to cool.

2. Chop the carrot and cucumber into thin strips. Shredded the cooked chicken or prawns (or thinly slice tofu).

3. Mix chopped carrot, cucumber, rice noodles, cabbage, chicken (or prawns or tofu), bean sprouts and satay sauce together in a big bowl with a few drops of soy sauce.

4. Fill a large bowl with warm water, and place 1 rice paper sheet at a time into the water to soften for about 30 seconds. Be careful not to let the rice paper get too soft – it should be soft, but firm enough to handle.

5. Remove rice paper from water, and drain well and lay on a flat board.

6. Sprinkle with coriander & mint leaves, top with a tablespoon of mixture (be careful to drain excess moisture).

7. Fold the ends in and roll up firmly. Set aside and cover with plastic. Continue with remaining ingredients.
Makes 8 rolls

response-mode-mealplan-approve-image2 Rice Paper Rolls with a little soy sauce will make a complete BALANCED meal on the Response Mode Mealplans

How to Use Rice Paper Sheets:

You can find rice paper sheets in your local supermarket in the asian section or near the noodles and also at any asian grocers.

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Fill a large bowl with warm water, and place 1 rice paper sheet at a time into the water to soften for about 30 seconds.

Be careful not to let the rice paper get too soft - it should be soft, but firm enough to handle.

Remove rice paper from water, and drain well and lay on a flat board.