Vegetable spring rolls, a Thai favourite


Vegetable Thai spring rolls

Here is our favourite recipe for fried vegetable rolls, as well as a variation including glass noodles.

Serves 2 (6 pieces).


6 wheat flour spring roll wrappers


Filling:

1 garlic clove

1 coriander root

1 teaspoon white peppercorn

5 g ginger

60 g carrot, grated

35 g ear mushrooms, thinly sliced

20 g onion, small diced

100 g green cabbage, thinly sliced

10 g spring onions, chopped


Seasoning:

1 tablespoon mushroom sauce

1 tablespoon light soy sauce


2 teaspoon sugar, dissolved in 4 teaspoons water

vegetable oil, for frying


Pound garlic, coriander root, white peppercorn and ginger until smooth.


In 1 tablespoon of oil, stir-fry the garlic-coriander paste, carrot, mushrooms, onion and cabbage for about 3 minutes. Add the seasoning and spring onions then remove from the heat. Cool for about 10 minutes then divide into 6 equal portions.


Place a spring roll wrapper on a board with one corner facing you. Brush the edges with sugar-water. Place 1 portion of filling in the corner closest to you. Fold the corner over the mixture. Fold down the side corners and roll up.


Fry the rolls at 170° for about 3 minutes or until golden brown. Drain on kitchen paper.


Serve with sweet chilli sauce or a sweet and sour cucumber relish.


Variant with glass noodles


The recipe is similar but will make 8 rolls. Add add 100 g of fresh glass noodles, coarsely chopped, to the pan at the same time as the vegetables. You will also need to use 1 extra tablespoon of mushroom sauce. Then divide into 8 equal portions.


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