Food in Process: Springrolls

Living in Europe it's hard to find real Chinese
cuisine in authentic dishes. The nearest restaurant
 is 90 km away from my house and even so, the
taste is still not comparable with the real goods. 

Therefor I rather make these dishes at home 
instead of wasting my gas and polluting the air with. 
One of the things I usually order with dimsum
springrolls. Mhmm so yum! One of my aunt taught
me this recipe and with today's post I want to show you 
people how easy it is to prepare springrolls at home!

Da Recipe: sheets of rice paper, prawns, spring onions, pre-made shiitake, 
 garlic, slices of ginger, hot water
OPTIONAL: black fungus, carrots, chicken
 (Actually you can use leftovers as fillings to be honest ...)

Da Steps: 

1. Pre-cook the filling: season the shrimps/chicken with salt, pepper and maizena. Mix well! 2. Heat a pan with oil and add the ginger and garlic. Add the filling and stir-fry until cooked. Set aside.
  3. Get a large round not too deep plate and fill this with hot water. Careful your fingers! 4. Dunk 1 sheet of the rice paper into this plate of hot water and let it absorb until it's soften. Don't soak the rice paper   too long otherwise it will be too soft to work with :c 5. Once the rice paper is soft enough to work with, place it on a new plate. Place the filling in the middle. 6. Fold it like your a folding an eggroll. Or an evelope.. 7. Once you've folded your springrolls, place it on a steam rack on a pre-boiled pan of water. 8. Cover the lid and steam the springrolls for about 8-10 minutes and you're done! Serve it with soy sauce and enjoy c:

Good luck! 

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  1. I always wondered if the ricepaper with the hatchmarks turned out clear. My friend and I were in the store and we didn't end up getting them because we weren't sure if they were right. Glad to know now.

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  2. Oh sweetie that food looks so delcious. I love it the spring rolls.
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  3. those look so yummy, and so easy to make too!

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  4. Your spring rolls look delicious. I make something pretty similar too. :) But I think yours are more flavorful.'s so true, I rather make many Chinese dishes at home rather than taking a long drive and ended up eating "fake" Chinese food. LOL.

  5. Oh nom nom nom. I love dimsum as well! Luckily, the nearest dimsum shop is 5 minutes away T_T Must be a hassle to prepare all the ingredients to make dimsum but hey hey, home dimsum is the best >D Can put in all the awesome stuffings hahaha! Thanks for sharing with us love <3 It really looks appetizing and I am hungry now T_T


  6. Ooooh, I love rolls with the rice paper! I obviously don't know what their proper name is, haha. I have some at home, I have to make some of these soon!

  7. Looks really fresh and yummy. I love rice paper rolls.

  8. omygodddd! looks yummy with super great photos ❤
    please send me some of them to my house :D

  9. great blog!
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    have a nice day!

  10. The area I live in has a lot of Chinese restaurants but I don't really like going out to eat Chinese food - I usually eat it at home!
    These look delicious! I love spring rolls. c:

  11. Oh wow this looks delicious! I love shiitake mushrooms :3 And I can't believe the closest Chinese restaurant is 90km away :o

  12. I really want to have these now!

  13. They look really yummy. You must be a great cook!

  14. Thank you for the recipe! I want to have my self a go :):)

  15. It's interesting how spring rolls change from household to household :D
    Mine are a lot longer and they contain other eatable things, too.

  16. that looks good, ya living in Ottawa it's hard to find real chinese food too, this looks healthy and delicious!

  17. rijst papier! oh dat ziet er erg lekker uit!

  18. Ohh this look so delicious hun! I am starving now lol! :))

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  19. Omg that looks so incredible tasty, asian food is the best! Reminds me so much of my mothers cooking :)

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  20. At first sight it looks like if it was frozen into ice O.O!!
    ...waaah, i just had my supper and now i am hungry again >.<° ..where´s the soy sauce (^D^)**

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  21. awesome blog xD

  22. you make me so hungry all the time >.<!!!
    i didn't know those rice paper sheets were chinese too?? i thought it was a viet thing..

    i prefer egg rolls. too bad they aren't healthy...

    xoxo Sarah

  23. omg it look so nice gonna try it :3

  24. great and yummy shots!
    hmm this just made me hungry

  25. mmmm this is making me very hungry!

  26. seriously, those food look very yummy. me want try all of 'em! by the way, you have such a nice blog :D

  27. Ahhhhh dat vind ik zo lekker!!!

  28. The food of this photos look delicious!!!!
    I also love the braids,all(:

  29. I LOVE veggie spring rolls. Need to get some very soon!

    Have a great weekend,

  30. This looks so delicious!


  31. seriously yummy!

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  32. Yum~ looks absolutely delicious. I love spring rolls. <3

  33. It looks so delicious!

  34. I never ate that. But really want to try. Thanks for the recipe!

  35. mm, looks super tasty) xoxo
    love, Yulia

  36. Definitely stay at home and cook, it's so much more fun and you get to take these great photos :)
    Ahhh, I had spring rolls last week! I am craving them again.

  37. this looks soooo yummy! must try this when I have time :>>


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