This is what you need if you want to make spring rolls yourself
Whether vegetarian, with meat or fish, whether from the pan, the oven, or the fryer: Spring rolls are a welcome change in your diet.
- Every spring roll needs a casing made of sheets of rice dough.
- You can fill your spring rolls with just about anything you fancy. Classics are carrots, onions, chicken, shrimp, or sprouts.
- You can prepare your spring rolls in the pan or in the oven. In the fryer, the spring roll becomes particularly crispy but also absorbs more fat, which stands in the way of a healthy diet.
How to fill the spring rolls
Cooking is sometimes not difficult at all. A healthy diet is actually very easy with a few tricks.
- Step 1: Wash and cut the vegetables into thin strips. You should also cut meat, fish, or shrimp into small pieces. Since the spring rolls are only prepared for a short time, it is advisable to cook the filling beforehand, for example by boiling or steaming.
- Step 2: Slightly moisten the rice sheets, spread them out on a damp cloth, and place the desired filling in the middle. Then fold over the edges on the sides and roll the filling into the plate.
- Step 3: Cook spring rolls.
- In the fryer at 180 degrees, the spring rolls only need a few seconds until the shell is golden brown.
- You should set the oven to the highest setting. Depending on the oven, it may take a few minutes for the shell to be nice and crispy.
- If you want to fry the spring rolls in a pan, we recommend using high-heat oil. Heat the oil in the pan and fry the spring rolls for a minute on all sides until golden brown.