Very Easy And Pretty Vegan Salad Rolls

A great way to prepare your salad for any party.

One of the many dishes I will never miss out from making in any event or party with family friends is a salad. The fact that it is so easy to make and you can use basically add anything you feel like using, is my favorite part. This includes the idea that you can be very creative in its presentation as well.

This recipe I was able to find online is not just extremely delectable but also very pretty. Pretty, by far, is the best word to describe how this dish looks like. I love how the colors are placed and how it is so enticing. It actually lures you to eat it up.

When I initially tried preparing this in one of my son’s promotion party (his promotion to a higher belt in a certain martial arts), my son even jumped in to help and was even very interested in eating what helped prepare. And we both fell in love with it. He was even bragging on how healthy it was.

Check out the recipe below.


EASY VEGAN SALAD ROLLS

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Ingredients:

3-4 large carrots, peeled into thin ribbons (look for rainbow carrots)

1 head of romaine lettuce, finely shredded

1 block of firm tofu, sliced lengthwise into ½ inch thick strips

1 package of spring roll rice paper wrappers

½ cup fresh mint leaves

½ cup thai basil leaves or cilantro

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Instructions:

Dip a rice paper wrapper into warm water and immediately pull it out of the water, letting the excess moisture drip off before placing on a clean surface.

Lay out several strips of carrots side by side in the center of the rice paper wrapper.

Layer on lettuce, tofu, mint, and Thai basil.

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Pull up the bottom of the rice paper wrapper and fold it over the filling ingredients, tucking the edge underneath the filling.

Fold each side of the rice paper wrapper in, as if you were rolling a burrito.

Roll the rice paper wrapper forward over the filling to meet the top edge.

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Slice in half with a sharp serrated knife, and serve with Sweet Potato Peanut Sauce for dipping.

 

 

 

Resource: eatwithinyourmeans.com