Satay dipping sauce and rice paper rolls


Delicious little rolls that are healthy & taste great! The nice thing about these is that you can put just about anything in them! mine change all the time. I made these on Saturday for a picnic which worked so well! I packed them into little containers và they were the perfect picnic treat.

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For the wraps:

1 x 500g pork fillet

1 tsp chinese 5 spice

20 rice paper discs

1 red baby cabbage (thinly sliced)

3 carrots (finely julienned)

1 punnet watercress (torn up)

1 packet of baby spinach (torn up)

100g almond flakes

100g dried coconut shavings

3 tbs sesame seeds

Sesame oil

For the Satay sauce

2 Tbsp oil

3 garlic cloves, finely chopped

1 tsp dried chilli flakes (or fresh chili)

60ml peanut butter

80ml Hoisin Sauce

2 Tbsp brown sugar

1 cup coconut cream or milk (I used the coconut milk – way less fattening)

2 tbsp rice wine vinegar

To make the sauce, heat the oil in a small saucepan and fry the garlic & chilli. Combine the rest of the ingredients and địa chỉ cửa hàng to the saucepan. Stir over medium heat for about 2 – 3 minutes. Set aside to cool.While the sauce is cooling, take a clean dry frying pan & on a medium khổng lồ high heat, toast your almond & coconut flakes until golden brown. (stirring constantly) Remove from the heat và allow khổng lồ cool.Finely slice the pork fillet, season with salt, pepper & the chinese 5 spice. Heat some sesame oil in a frying pan. When hot, add the pork & stir fry quickly until JUST done! showroom about half a cup of the sauce when it is done, mix it up and remove from the heat và place into a separate bowl so that it can cool down.Get a casserole dish wide enough khổng lồ fit a rice paper disc in & fill it with warm (not boiling) waterPlace a clean, dry towel on your work surface. You need at least half a bath towel worth of space… I hope that makes sense.One at a time, place a rice paper disc in the warm water và wait about a minute until it is soft, take it out and place it flat on the towel for a few seconds, then fold in half, but slightly more on the side resting on the towel (look at the pictures below).When you have done that lớn 10 discs you can fill them. Set the carrots, cabbage, spinach & watercress together in a bowl & place a little of that veg mixture on each half moon shaped rice paper disc. Then put a little of the almond và coconut flakes on.

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Next, take some of the pork mixture and place this on top of the almonds, coconut và veg mixture.

Now you can roll these babies!Fold the bottom section (the curved side) up over the mixture (it will just go over the bottom bit of mixture)Then take the left side và fold it over the mixture & roll from left khổng lồ right over the ’empty flap’ until you get a roll resembling this:

The rice paper is pretty sticky (it’s amazing stuff) and will stick lớn itself so as soon as you have completed the roll, the rice paper will seal itself. EASY PEASY!Continue with this process until all your rolls are done & you can then pack them up for a picnic or serve them on a platter with a little bowl of your satay dipping sauce. (which is missing from my photo – sorry)

They are quite cute and can stand up by themselves, making your plating fun and interesting.

Feel free to change it up! you can put fillings in lượt thích sweet chilli chicken with cabbage dressed in olive oil, soy sauce và white wine vinegar và some sugar (see my oriental cabbage salad recipe) or you can do Pork with plain hoisin sauce & some lettuce, carrots and cucumber… ah – just use your imagination. Its endless really!