Fresh spring rolls are the perfect crunchy starter and a fun way to eat your vegetables. I love to use whole grain rice paper for the rolls to maximize the nutritional benefits. But if none are readily available, you can use regular rice paper.
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In this sattvic fresh roll recipe, I use french green beans that I slightly sauteed and flavored by my Basic Savory Sattvic Spice Mix. I highly recommend that you make this spice mix to keep handy in your pantry. It is extremely versatile and I use it often. It takes 5 minutes to make, stays in your pantry for up to 3 months, and is extremely versatile. It goes perfectly with such a broad variety of dishes. You can use it in soups. stews, for frying, baking, and basically everything else.
However, if you set your mind on making those rolls now and you’re not prepared yet to make the Basic Savory Sattvic Spice Mix right now, you can use just salt and pepper.
- 8 rice roll papers
- 1 red bell pepper (thinly sliced )
- 1 carrot (medium, julienned)
- 1/2 cup cucumber (julienned)
- 1/2 cup white cabbage
- salad leaves
French Green Beans
- 1 french green beans (handful)
- 2 tbsp lemon juice (freshly squeezed)
- 1 tsp basic savory sattvic spice mix (<<see how to make it)
- Heat a couple of tablespoons of water in a pan on medium-low heat, add spice mix, french green beans, lemon juice. Cover, let it simmer for 5 minutes. Transfer to a plate and set aside to cool.
- Slice vegetables into long thin strips.
- Fill a large dish with warm water*. Dip 1 sheet of rice paper in warm water and place it onto a large cutting board.
- Place vegetables on the bottom half of the rice paper and roll the bottom tight. When halfway up, fold-in sides and continue rolling
- Serve with Sattvic peanut sauce
What about you?
Did you try this recipe? Which sauce did you pair these spring rolls with?
Let me know how it went in the comments below and share a picture of your fresh rolls on Instagram with the hashtag #positivepranic so that I can see your beautiful creation 🙂 🙏
❤ Love, Julia
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