NOT ALL SPRING ROLLS ARE MADE EQUAL
This spring rolls recipe is going to be your lifesaver from now on. It’s an absolutely perfect snack/lunch/dinner idea. Put a roll in your lunch box or serve two for a filling dinner. They are very high in nutrients and go a long way in terms of taming your appetite. Another benefit is that you get a good portion of both protein and carbs in a single meal. And it only takes 15 minutes!
Spring rolls are very popular in East Asian cuisine and were originated, I believe, in China. You’ve probably seen different versions of spring rolls: fresh, deep-fried, and even baked. American spring rolls are usually fried in a biscuit roll and called egg rolls, in Mexico they are deep-fried, served with ketchup, and called “Taco Chino.” If you love Asian food, then check out my other recipe: The Healthiest and Yummiest Chow Mein.
The spring rolls recipe I developed has only healthy ingredients, is good for people watching their diets, and is simple to make. One wrap contains only 211 calories, and is very filling because of all the chicken. If you want to make it even lower in calories, consider reducing the amount of chicken since half of the wrap calories come from it.
Moreover, in this post I’m going to share my secret sauce recipe that most of you probably haven’t heard of. This sauce is an excellent alternative to sugary unhealthy dressings – you can serve it as a dipping sauce, salad dressing, or a sandwich spread. You are welcome!
Below, you can find a video, image with ingredients and directions, and a printable recipe card. If you are a visual type of person, you’ll love this video since it demonstrates the whole process in under a minute.
Here is also an image with the ingredients and directions.
And, of course, the printable recipe card if you like it more classic. Enjoy!
Please let me know in the comments about your experience with spring rolls. Have you ever made them at home or you only ordered them at restaurants? Do you like them fresh or fried?