Fresh Vietnamese spring rolls are also called summer rolls. These vegan summer rolls are special because of the mango and sprouts. A vegan recipe for fresh spring rolls, without chicken or shrimp. This is your new favorite appetizer or easy healthy lunch with vegetables! The dipping sauce with the summer rolls is great because of its simplicity. Because you have already sprinkled the vegetables with acid, a salty sauce with tamari is delicious. Are you missing some sweetness in the dipping sauce? Then add a teaspoon of maple syrup.
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This is how you make it
Boil the vermicelli noodles in plenty of water for 3-4 minutes. Rinse under cold running water and drain.
Cut the cucumber in half lengthwise. Cut into thin strips. Do the same with the carrot.
Place in a deep plate and divide the genmai su over the vegetables to bring them to flavor.
Peel the mango and cut into thin strips. Do the same with the avocado.
Soak the rice sheets one by one in hot water. Gently lay on one plank and top with a small handful of vermicelli, cucumber, carrot, mango, alfalfa and two slices of avocado.
Roll up tightly to about half, fold the sides in and roll through. Repeat with the other rice sheets and the filling.
Mix the ingredients for the sauce with the sushi vinegar you used for the cucumber and carrot and use as a dip.
For the sauce, vary with other Japanese seasonings such as ponzu, ume or mirin.