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How to make Salad Rolls
This is my pictoral tutorial on how to make Salad Rolls (with Chicken).

Posted by tsaiWare from Toronto, Ontario, Canada • Published See tsaiWare's 4 projects »
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  • How to cook a sandwich. Salad Roll - Step 1
    Step 1

    Purchase your Rice Paper, it will look similar to this!

  • How to cook a sandwich. Salad Roll - Step 2
    Step 2

    To use the rice paper, you'll have to soak it in warm water. I keep a pan with water on low for this process.

  • How to cook a sandwich. Salad Roll - Step 3
    Step 3

    Have your vermicelli ready and waiting. To use, just soak in hot water until it is reconstituted.

  • How to cook a sandwich. Salad Roll - Step 4
    Step 4

    Have your filling prepared. I use cucumber, red pepper, carrots and lettuce.

  • How to cook a sandwich. Salad Roll - Step 5
    Step 5

    Place your lettuce off to one side of the rice paper circle, its difficult to see that the rice paper is there cuz my plate was white!

  • How to cook a sandwich. Salad Roll - Step 6
    Step 6

    Add the vermicelli.

  • How to cook a sandwich. Salad Roll - Step 7
    Step 7

    Add your julienne carrots

  • How to cook a sandwich. Salad Roll - Step 8
    Step 8

    Add your cucmber (I use english) and your red pepper strip.

  • How to cook a sandwich. Salad Roll - Step 9
    Step 9

    This is where you add chicken, or not for a veggie version. To make the chicken, I just put a chicken breast into a broth that I'll have for soup, if you wanted to, you could soak your vermicelli into the broth later on for more flavour, but that is entirely upto you. When it is good and cooked, I let it cool down, then pull it apart into shreds.

  • How to cook a sandwich. Salad Roll - Step 10
    Step 10

    Fold one side over filling.

  • How to cook a sandwich. Salad Roll - Step 11
    Step 11

    Then fold the two sides over, and roll.

  • How to cook a sandwich. Salad Roll - Step 12
    Step 12

    Your final product should look something like this. I should have cut it in half so could see it, but its too late now, we at them all! Serve with a sweet chili or peanut sauce.

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sweetsundae0
sweetsundae0 · Ajax, Ontario, CA · 50 projects
I used to make this with shrimp, avocado, cucumber, and carrots in them and dipped in wasabi-mayo. I like this way much better, it is way faster to make and a great use for leftover salad and veggies. Happy
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Ramona Vicious Monroe
Ramona Vicious Monroe · 28 projects
...can you eat the rice paper?
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Maddz103 S.
Maddz103 S. · 4 projects
*stomach rumbles*
GAWD now i want one so bad! >_<
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GreenLeaf
GreenLeaf · Essex, England, GB · 52 projects
this looks great, I have never used rice paper before and am looking forward to trying it.
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GreenLeaf
GreenLeaf · Essex, England, GB · 52 projects
this looks great, I have never used rice paper before and am looking forward to trying it.
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tsaiWare
tsaiWare · Toronto, Ontario, CA · 4 projects
You can use pretty much anything you want as the filling. This just happened to be what I made that particular day.

As for spring roll wrapper, as long as it is the kind that has been dried and you need to rehydrate it, that should be fine.

And yes you can just use warm water, I just happen to like keeping the water warm because I make dozens at a time.

Thanks for all your comments!
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Shivi
Shivi · Perth, Western Australia, AU · 14 projects
You can just use hot water straight from the tap and put it into a bowl instead of putting it in a pan.
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Shivi
Shivi · Perth, Western Australia, AU · 14 projects
I made these in my cooking class. We added bean sprouts. A peanut sauce is a great idea though!
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Tosh
Tosh · Melbourne, Victoria, AU · 11 projects
gimmy gimmy gimmy
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Lilim
Lilim · 17 projects
Would spring roll paper work?
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