Making rice paper rolls can be a bit tricky, but once you get the hang of it you can make yummy healthy snacks.
Start with preparing vermicelli. Pop the dried vermicelli into boiling water, after a few minutes stir the noodles to separate them, then cook for a further 5 minutes.
Drain through a colander and rinse with cold water, rest the noodles in the colander.
Now you’re ready to build your rolls, add fillings of your choice, just remember not to overfill.
• Red cabbage
• Bean sprouts
• Mint leaves
Assembling the rolls:
1. Pour hot water onto a large bowl, submerge a sheet of rice paper into the water for a few seconds, then place on a wet tea towel.
2. Add your fillings.
3. Fold in the left side of the rice paper, and then the right and let the edges touch each other, with a 1mm overlap, roll up firmly and neatly.
4. Repeat with remaining rice-paper sheets and filling. Serve immediately with a dipping sauce of your choice.
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