Spring Rolls (China)

Welcome back! Today I will be showing you how to make spring rolls. The ingredients can vary depending on what you have available. This dish is a childhood favorite, and it will continue to be. Spring rolls originate from China, and then it spread to Vietnam and all over the world. You will usually find them in Asian restaurants and shops. There are many versions of the roll such as shrimp, beef, and pork. This recipe is very simple, so kids can make them by their own!


  • Meat (Any & Optional)
  • Cucumber
  • Edible Leaves (Mint, Sweet Potato Leaves, etc.)
  • Salad or Cabbage
  • Sauce (Or Any Other Sauce)
  • Noodles
  • Tomatoes
  • Any other Vegetable
  • Rice Paper
  • Nước chấm Ingredients

Directions                                                                                                                                                 First, cook the meat and slice the pieces into stalks (longways). Then clean the vegetables; thinly slice the tomatoes and then cut those into half circles and slice cucumbers vertically. Create a dipping sauce called Nước chấm. Cook the noodles and chop the cabbage. Place the ingredients into dishes– the amounts depend on how many different ingredients. Get a big bowl and fill it with clean water and place it on the table. Get one rice paper and dip it fully in the water. Put the rice paper on a flat plate and add the ingredients on the side facing you. Then, roll it from the side facing you vertically away from you until you roll it’s halfway rolled. Fold the right and left sides in and continue rolling until it is fully rolled. Repeat the preparing steps until the desired amount is reached. Se

My Own Result

This meal was appetizing and delicious! I give it a five out of five because it was tasty and delightful. The spring rolls were simple and easy to make yet yummy! See you at the next post!


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