Vegan Spring Rolls Recipe: A Treat To Share

11:16:00 AM

Hello darlings!
I am very happy to be featuring a guest post today from the lovely Natalie. It's been a long time since I had someone over at the blog and I missed it. She has a very special vegan recipe to share, so take notes!

What’s up, summertime people! Are you finding new ways to rock up your typical dog day parties? Then let’s check out these vegan spring rolls for a more refreshing and delightful choice of gulping.

It’s a certainty that a lot of you guys have been through spring rolls this and that in your life. They’re store-bought, they’re a treat from your fellows in a backyard summer party, they’re a specialty that your cousin has brought to your weekend’s dinner table. I bet you haven't tried to make them by yourself, though right?


Well then, surprise! Now we’re having them vegan, and homemade.


Rainbow, vegan and homemade - It’s a win-win!

First of all, it’s fresh.

Yes, fresh, like, real fresh.This dish is just appealing in every bit, and loaded with flavors. These rolls are an excellent way to healthy eating that doesn’t make you feel like chewing crap after cutting out delectable grab-at-hand processed food from your meals.

Except for the fried tofus, the ingredients are all brought in raw. Spicy and tangy slices of ginger, together with the tasty veggie mixture help form a significant recipe that you’ll easily get the knack of in no time. Not to mention undeniable benefits from veggies. Well, you've hit the jack-pot.

Last but not least is the peanut butter dressing. You know it's the best, right? There’s barely any kind of rolls that doesn’t need to be dipped in something. 



It wouldn’t be this much of a hit until the peanut butter sauce joined the party. The sauce is creamy but still maintains the unique leanness at the same time. It’s just sweet, and also extremely flavorsome to every single drop.

You wouldn’t ever regret that. I promise.

Vegan spring rolls recipe


If you’ve been tired of fatty tacos and nachos, then there you have this savory vegan spring rolls with peanut butter dipping sauce to save your day. I sincerely doubt that there’s anyone that’d be able to resist them. Come join now!


Prep Time: 30 minutes

Total Time: 30 minutes

Yield: About 12 spring rolls


Ingredients for the Vegan Rolls

- 15 rice paper wrappers

- 2 cups vermicelli noodles

- 1 red pepper, julienned

- 1 cucumber, julienned

- 1 carrot, julienned

- ¼ small purple cabbage, sliced thinly

- 100g rice noodle

- 1 ginger, julienned

- Chives

- fried tofu, juilienned

- basil


Ingredients for the Peanut Butter Sauce

- 4 tbsp peanut butter

- 40ml lime juice

- 90ml water

- 1 tbsp soy sauce

- 1 garlic clove

- 2 tsp grated ginger

- 1 chopped chilli pepper

Instructions
Step 1: Make the peanut butter sauce
Put all the sauce ingredients in a large bowl and whisk them together. Remember to stir things carefully to completely break apart small bulges of peanut butter. Make sure they all mingle well and become smooth, then set them aside to chill.

Step 2: Using your fingertips (or a brush) moisten the rice wrappers surface with water.
Step 3: Filling the rolls


Start filling with only one wrapper for each roll. Put the vermicelli noodles at the very bottom, then the julienned vegetables to come up next, and a handful-sized piece of lettuce leaf to follow at last.

It’s unnecessary to overstuff them, since the ingredients already take a long list.

Step 4: Start rolling

Fold over the left and right sides of the wrapper towards the center.



Start rolling things up from the bottom until the end. Make sure to roll it tight with the tuck-roll motion.

Step 5: Serve

Eventually, you can cut the rolls in half for big tables, otherwise, just dip them in the peanut sauce and enjoy bite after bite on your own.


These vegan spring rolls are best served within the day, but will still be appetizing after stocked overnight, or even several days in your fridge.

Additionally, some company to the dish is also highly recommended. Some mesmerizing freezing soft drinks like pumpkin juice or sparkling bubbling colorful soda will be the perfect sidekicks to go alongside with this powerful rainbow treat.

Cheers to the upcoming party season!

Author Bio 


Natalie Ellis is the co-founder of HealthyKitchen101. With a passion to make balanced homemade meals an easier choice than fast foods for everyone, Natalie loves sharing her cooking tips, easy healthy recipes, as well as her reviews of smart kitchen tools to turn the odd jobs into a bliss for the busy home cooks. Follow Natalie on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.


So how do you like these vegan spring rolls? Would you give them a go?

Lots of love





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41 comments

  1. I'm really happy to contribute my Vegan recipe.
    Thanks for letting me sharing this!

    I'm open to answer any questions and looking forward to your feedback about this recipe <3
    Enjoy~
    Natalie

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  2. These spring rolls look amazing! They would be perfect for lunch at work!

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    1. Yes! Look forward to hearing how you feel :)

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  3. Yummy, the spring rolls look mouth watering. I will try this reciepe. Thanks for sharing :)

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    1. You're welcome. I'm waiting for your feedback :)

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  4. Oh my gosh, yum! I would just love these. I like that they are healthy too. I need to try them out soon.

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  5. Wow this is quite a colorful treat! And looks yummy too!

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  6. I am always looking for yummy vegan recipes to make. I will absolutely be making this!

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  7. These spring rolls look yummy. And I love the rainbow look. It will definitely brighten up a table!

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  8. I have never made these, was wanting to try some. LOVE this recipe. I am going to save it to make soon!

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  9. Wow these look absolutely delicious. Love the vibrant, exciting colour and the gorgeous ingredients you've used.

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  10. I love the colors and they look so darn healthy. I think I might just have to give them a go.

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  11. Those look delicious! Definitely going to try them out!

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  12. I am salivating just reading about these vegan rolls so delicious and such beautiful rainbow colours

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  13. All these julienned veggies are gorgeous! These look yummy but I can’t wait to read your post on the au gratin potatoes!!

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  14. I've never tried to make anything like this before, I always thought it would be way too hard. Your post makes me hopeful that I can try. I love how colorful and delicious they look.

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  15. Spring rolls is my favorite and this one looks colorful I love it! Thank you for sharing your recipe. I will try this at home.

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  16. I love spring rolls a lot. I am forever buying them. Will try this recipe. Maybe I can make some for the family.

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  17. So, I'm a happy mommy today, I love spring rolls and being a Vegan, I never really thought to cook ones at home. So Today, sunday, these spring rolls should be treat for my child:)

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  18. I love fresh spring rolls and this just looks so delicious. I should make one at home this week.

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  19. Wow! This looks like an amazing dish. I am going to try out the Peanut butter sauce, it can be a great dip with nachos too. ;)

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  20. Oh my! I'm salivating dear! Those spring rolls are too colorful and seem to even taste better with the peanut butter sauce. Definitely yummy, right?

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  21. I truly appreciate recipes like this. I don't exactly follow a vegan diet but I have been trying to avoid eating beef or pork and this is perfect! I love the fresh ingredients too!

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    1. Absolutely! You can use anything non-vegan to make the filling. Enjoy~

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  22. I love spring rolls. And vegan spring rolls do sound delicious. I will have to try this out. Sounds amazing.

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  23. Fresh spring rolls are one of my favorite things to eat at Vietnamese restaurants! I love that these are vegan though.

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  24. Those look so amazing. I would love those vegan spring rolls. I love spring rolls in general. I will have to try these out.

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  25. I LOVE Spring Rolls, they are one of my favorite things to make and eat! I normally have a sweet chili dipping sauce with mine.

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    1. Next time, try with the peanut sauce, I'm sure it's worth it!

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  26. I've never really made spring rolls before. I am just wondering what is in a normal spring roll that makes it non-vegan (I am assuming they are vegetarian normally?)

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    1. Hi CJ,

      In this case, it depends on the indgredients are used for your filling. Here, we just use tofu and vegetables. You can also add pork or meat or anything non-vegan that you like. Enjoy!

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  27. Wow, it looks so beautiful. I have to try those. And the sauce, yum yum, I need to try that.

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  28. This is a real spring rewarding recipe! And besides it looks wonderful. I need to make these rolls.

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    1. Look forward to hearing what you think :)

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  29. Wow,this surely made my mouth water!
    Thank you for sharing the recipe!

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