Summer rolls with seaweed, avocado and red cabbage
Do you want to eat these delicious fresh summer rolls? You do, don''t you? Summer rolls are fresh Vietnamese spring rolls. Not fried, but filled with fresh vegetables. Super tasty and very addictive. A great alternative to a boring sandwich lunch!
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This is how you make it
Soak the instant wakame in cold water, for 3-5 minutes.
Cut the cucumber and red cabbage into very fine strips. Cut the avocado into eight pieces.
Soak a rice paper sheet in lukewarm water for 10 seconds. Place on a plate. The sheet may still be hard, this will further soften as you make it.
Place a small handful of cucumber, red cabbage, 2 slices of avocado, half a strip of wakame and a handful of coriander on the rice sheet and roll to about a third. Then fold the sides in and roll until you have a nice summer roll.
Repeat with the other 3 sheets.
Cut the lime in half and squeeze one half. Mix with the hoisin and white almond butter.
Do you want an extra sauce? Mix tamari with gomasio (sesame sprinkle).
Cut the rolls in half and dip them in the sauce. Enjoy!