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spring roll recipe?

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by chalkie_bunny, Jan 13, 2011.

  1. Hi
    Just wondering if anyone has a treid and tested spring roll recipe they have used with children?
    I have done a quick search and think filo pasrty is the way to go and will mean it can be baked rather than fried.
    Just need to find something simple for the filling - any ideas?
     
  2. Hi
    Just wondering if anyone has a treid and tested spring roll recipe they have used with children?
    I have done a quick search and think filo pasrty is the way to go and will mean it can be baked rather than fried.
    Just need to find something simple for the filling - any ideas?
     
  3. I made fabulous spring rolls as follows:
    wonton skins (available from asian food stores in packs of 50 for about £1.25)
    a variety of shredded or grated vegetables including:
    carrot, peppers, beansprouts, baby corn, mangetout (you can put in canned corn and frozen peas if you like)
    finely shredded ginger and garlic (only let them puit in a little!)
    The children chose what they liked, put it into a small bowl and added a small splash of soy sauce (adds flavour and helps the veg to steam)
    Put a teaspoon of the mix onto the wonton skin and wrap up. There is a 'proper' way to do this, but it doesn't make much difference really. For info, you place the skin with a corner pointing towards you, place the filling towards that corner, fold that corner over the filling, fold the right and left corners in, then roll up. Use a finger-dab of water to seal the edge.
    Place on a baking tray, with the join on the bottom, brush with a little oil and bake at about 180 degreesC for about 10 mins.
    Fantastic!
     

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