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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.

Filling Ideas:
• Lettuce
• Cucumber
• Carrot
• Avocado
• Red cabbage
• Bean sprouts
• Mint leaves
• Coriander
• Mango
• Tofu
• Chicken
• Prawns
• Salmon

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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