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Love these, and the peanut sauce is fabulous! Had to stop myself from eating half of it! Thank you!
I love these – and they look delicious ! I always seem to have the issue of the rice paper wrappers tearing. But, now I know why it happens – thanks for the tip!
Hi Tanya, you can also fold the rice paper wrapper in half and then roll up the fillings (don’t worry about the ends sticking out). That’s what I usually do.
You recipe inspired me to make these tonight Lisa. They were delicious! Your video was really helpful too, regarding the folding of the rice paper. Since I have Thai basil growing in the garden I used some of it instead of regular basil and mint.
If you were adding the rice noodles (which I love!) how much would you use in this recipe?
Thanks! I love fresh spring rolls!
Hi, Michele! I’d do 2 to 4 ounces of thin vermicelli rice noodles. Enjoy!
I like the “sound” of this recipe and I am sure it is scrumptious! Please may I ask, regarding the soy sauce, should it be dark or light? I know that Tamari will be totally unavailable here in Ireland!
Hi, Michael! I would use light soy sauce. Hope this helps!
Many thanks Lisa. As soon as I have sourced the wrappers (which is not going to be easy by any means, probably mail order from overseas), I will be making these.
Best wishes :)
I LOVE these! Don’t skip the mint and basil; they are essential to the overall flavor. You can substitute vegetables if you want also; a sliver of a lightly steamed asparagus spear is a wonderful addition, too.