Fresh Rolls

These just feel good to eat (unlike the Costco poutine I had for lunch – bad) ! I made these a while back but plan to make them again tomorrow night when I hang out with my mom and sister.

They take some prep time, but once everything is sliced, they come together quickly.

Slice julienne style (length wise):

  • carrots
  • red pepper
  • cucumber
  • avocado
  • basil

Also have limes ready to squeeze on top

  • add thin slices of chicken or shrimp – optional – I did not

While you are slicing the veggies, soak thin vermicelli noodles in very hot water according to the package.

Have you sheets of round rice paper ready

Take a sheet of rice paper and wet it using your fingers with warm water to soften it up. Add strips of each ingredient then roll the paper up tightly – That’s it!! You’re done! Cut them in half and they look pretty and ready to serve!

You can dip these in a variety of things. I made peanut dip

  • 2 tbs natural peanut butter
  • hot water as needed to thin it out
  • soya sauce to taste
  • hot sauce to taste

Mix that together until well combined. It helps to heat it up. You may want to add a tsp of sugar if you’re feeling like a more of a sweet dip, or you can buy a Thai dipping sauce or any other sauce you’d love to try.

Enjoy your fresh meal and feel free to switch it up every time =)

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