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Vegetable Spring Rolls

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I love cooking, and photographing what I have cooked. I have cooked many recipes these days and as a result the number of posts in my draft has increased and reached a threshold. It indicates that I need to post recipes at definite intervals. Don’t you think so?

So now I have started to post recipes one-by-one from the Drafts section. I bring to your tables, a filling appetizer (Spring Rolls). I prepare spring rolls often either by baking or shallow frying. Only when I run out of time, I prefer the deep frying option. If you prefer to deep fry them, ensure that the oil is in correct temperature. Otherwise, this dish absorbs more oil and doesn’t taste good.

Basic Information:

Preparation Time: 45-50 minutes

Cooking Time: 30 minutes

Makes: 10-12 spring rolls

Ingredients:

Onion – 1/4 cup, finely chopped
Ginger – 1 inch length, minced
Garlic – 2 nos, minced
Cabbage – 3/4 cup, finely sliced
Capsicum/Bell peppers – 1/2 cup, finely sliced, any colour
Carrot – 1/2 cup, finely sliced
Mushrooms/Black Mushrooms – 1/2 cup, finely chopped
Soy Sauce – 1 tablespoon
Black pepper powder – 1 teaspoon, adjust as per taste
Salt – to taste
Spring Roll Sheets/Wrappers – 10-12
Oil – 3 tablespoons + for shallow/deep frying
Spring Onion – 5 nos
Water – 1/4 cup

Method:

1) In a pan, heat oil. When the oil is not smoking hot, add chopped onion and root part of the spring onion. Saute it for 3 minutes.

2) Add minced ginger and garlic. Fry for a minute till the aroma spreads in the kitchen.
3) Add the vegetables along with the top part of the spring onion. Toss well. You can also close the vegetables with a lid and cook them if preferred. It will take approx 10-15 minutes.

4) When the vegetables are almost cooked, add the chopped mushrooms. Cook again for 5 minutes or until the vegetables reduces to half of its original quantity.

5) Add soya sauce, pepper and salt as per the taste. Mix well.

6) Cook for few minutes. Taste and adjust the seasoning as per the taste.
7) Now the vegetable stuffing is ready and allow this mixture to cool to room temperature.

8) Now lay the spring roll sheet in the kitchen surface. Refer the pictures for better understanding.

9) Brush the edges with water. Place 2-3 tablespoons of vegetable stuffing in the bottom half of the spring roll wrapper. Spread it like a cylindrical shape and make sure it is not touching the edges of the wrappers.

10) Lift the bottom corner of the wrapper and tuck it in under the vegetable stuffing.

11) Fold over the left and right side of the wrapper towards inside.
12) Continue rolling the wrapper. When you reach the other edge of the wrapper, brush the top corner with water and seal it well.

13) Repeat this steps for remaining spring roll sheets or till the vegetable stuffing gets over.
14) Now, Heat oil in the deep pan. When it is not smoking hot, add the spring rolls slowly in the oil and carefully fry them until they turn golden brown. Instead of deep frying you can even shallow fry them with a small quantity of oil. But this method takes slightly longer time than deep frying but its more healthy. You can also bake these rolls. Bake them in 220C/425F for 25-30 minutes in a preheated oven.

15) Remove the rolls and drain them using tissues to absorb any excess oil.
16) Serve the rolls warm with a sauce of your choice.

Note:
1) You can add sprouted moong beans and bamboo shoots for variations.
2) Increase or decrease the soya sauce, pepper and salt quantity as per taste.
3) Add sugar if preferred.
4) Make sure to seal the edges of the sheet properly. Otherwise the stuffing comes out while frying.

5) Shallow fried or Baked spring rolls will not give golden colour as we get while deep frying.

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FewMinute Wonders

What awesome presentations. Why don't you post everything? its fun isn't it to cook and photograph. I am such an novice at photography and totally mess up on composition, but I am working on it. Your photos are very nice and almost picture perfect.

Shanavi

Wow…Love to grab all the rolls..I've made this decades ago..still in my draft..who cares..going to make again after seeing this 🙂

Priyanka

Great looking rolls….stunning pics 🙂

Akila

Wow want to grab a piece…. Excellent explanation with step by step pictures….

Gayathri NG

Delicious n crispy rolls, really appeatizing!!

Priya Suresh

Super crispy rolls, fabulous starter with loads of veggies,feel like having some.

Faseela

yummy n crispy rolls……

Tina

So yummy yummy..

Spice up the Curry

wow awesome recipe with such details. nice one

Julie

Love these spring rolls any time..lovely clicks,Uma..Perfect filling tea time snack!

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Sangeetha M

love this spring rolls a lot…filling sounds very yummy n healthy…looks super tempting Uma! lovely clicks too!!
Do post your recipes n treat our eyes with your fabulous clicks n tempting recipes,instead of keeping it in your draft for long time 🙂
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hotpotcooking

So long i didn't do this. Looks yum

Suja Manoj

Love the presentation,looks tempting

Nalini's Kitchen

Yummy and crispy spring rolls,looks so tempting.Awesome clicks..

Reshmi Mahesh

Love this filling…spring roll looks delicious dear..

Unknown

So lovely!
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Madhavi

Super spring rolls…love it…

Mythreyi

Hi Uma, Firs time here… these spring rolls look crisp and professional.. you have nice recipes and fantastic clicks… couldn't take my eye off… Glad to join you and keep in touch..

BY the way where did you get the SpringRoll Sheets? I have tried for these in some stores here but no luck..:-(

-Mythreyi
Yum! Yum! Yum!

Unknown

Thanks Mythreyi for the kind words. I have got them from frozen section of super market. If you live in chennai,you can check at nilgiries or mummy and daddy shops

Vineetha Sush

I always wanted to try this at home..ur pics tempts me more…looks so crispy and yummy !!

Rekha

yummy ans crispy roll.. love ur presentation.. happy to follow u dear..pls visit and join my space in ur free time:)
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perfect rolls with hot tea… following you.
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Vidhya

Rolls looks so scrumptious.Loved the fact that they are not deep fried.

Priya Vineesh

Hi…hats off for ur efforts….the blog is really nice and u r clear in ur explanations…i have a doubt…can we use the same puff pastry sheet for spring rolls??

Unknown

Very nice pictures and looks very yummy

Rosita Vargas

Maravillosos rolls,una delicia tentadora,lindas fotos,abrazos hugs,hugs.

Anonymous

They look lovely! I'm intrigued by the idea of baking them rather than frying, I'd like to give that a go.

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