Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Rice Paper Wraps- Veggie Rolls


Vegetable Roll - Rice Paper Wrap

I was keen to try the Rolls Recipe, here long ago. I was thrilled to have found Blue Dragon brand of Rice Paper Wraps! I bought them, searched for video help on usage of the paper wraps, here and proceeded with my recipe which my family liked. Many Indian variations can be tried out on these rolls!

This is a good recipe for kids, mess free, their fave sabji and rice or any variation can be wrapped in and they can relish on it! :) It took me only half an hour, to put this together! Time saver and filling!

Serving Size : 8 wraps

Ingredients :
Rice Paper Wraps : 8 pcs
One dish of warm water
Boiled Rice Noodles - 200 gms package
Steamed Veggies - Carrot, Peas, Capsicum,Beans - 1 1/2 cup
Red Onion - 1 small minced
Garlic minced - 3-4 cloves
Olive Oil - 2 tsp
Pepper to taste
Salt to taste
Sauce of your choice (We had with sweet chili sauce)

Method :
Boil 500 ml of water, with bit of salt, add the noodles and lower the flame. Once its done, drain and keep aside.
Pass the veggies through food processor, grate mode, transfer to a mw safe bowl, sprinkle some water (maybe around 2-3 Tbspn) and on high, for 5-6 mins till wilted.
In a kadhai, take olive oil, warm it and sweat the onion garlic, followed with the veggies and on a medium high flame, sauté it . Put off the flame, add salt and pepper to taste.

Assemble the rolls :

Do this step when you are ready to eat.
Take a shallow pan with around a cup of water and let it get warm. Put the flame off. Dip the paper wrap each at a time till wet and take it on a clean surface or dish. Pat it with fingers so it gets wet evenly. Take some noodles on the damp wrap, place around a tablespoon or more of the sautééd veggies atop the noodles,wrap as per the video help. Framing the wrapping part in words, naaah .


Serve with sauce of choice, eat immediately! Enjoy!









15 comments:

kitchen queen said...

something very new and innovative and yum.

Parita said...

Rolls look very healthy and yummy, love the stuffing!

Meera said...

Good job! seeing you after ages. Keep blogging, girl!

Angela said...

Hi Purnima, I've been searching for these rice paper sheets for a long time. Hoping someone will bring along a packet or two from anywhere! Where did you find this in Kuwait. Thanks a lot for sharing. Regards Angela

Purnima said...

KQ --> Tks.

Parita --> Stuff with dish of your choice. :)

Meera --> Thanks, that coming frm you is truly great for me! I shall!

Angela --> Hi..Lulu-Baking section/ chk wt the guys there. Blue Dragon is brand, plus many UK n US baking items hv newly arrived around two months ago. Happy Shopping :D

Malar Gandhi said...

Thanks for the recipe, dear. I was wondering what to do with these rice wraps...its been lying in my pantry for months...somehow, whenever I fix it with stir-fried veggies...they go saggy. Wanna try once again after seeing ur recipe.

Deepa G Joshi said...

hey these wraps look so cool and yummy..would love to try this..

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Maya said...

Hey Purnima, great to see your post. Loved the recipe and all your posts from 2010. Good to see you back and blogging. Sorry, haven't been regular to blogs or blogging, but trying :)..Good job and keep going :)..

Varunavi said...

Sounds good,not much aware of rice paper wraps.

Usha said...

Looks delicious !

Red Chillies said...

Good one, Purnima. I have been meaning to try these out for a long time... the problem is that I am not fiding those wrappers. Ah! I need to look for them again..

Priti said...

Looks too gud ...nice recipe

Aps said...

Purnima This Luks Fantastic.... luks gr8... new here nd loved ur space

Sushma Mallya said...

Rice rolls looks delicious, never prepared wraps this way, very interesting...will surely try if i find one here...

Angela said...

Thanks Purnima, I found them today at Lulu's Spot on! Cant tell you how happy I felt. I've been eyeing those fancy looking rolls on a whole lot of blogs. Now I can make them too! I also found some soba noodles there. TC