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These summer rolls are so light and refreshing!! The rice paper rolls are a little trickier to fold than your usual wrap, but come together really nicely with a little practice. You can fill them with any vegetables you’d like. I’ve included my favorites below!
6 rice paper sheets
6 large pieces romaine lettuce
1 package Tirat Zvi Oven Roasted Turkey Strips
1 cup shredded carrots
2 Persian cucumbers, cut into strips
handful cilantro leaves, optional
sesame teriyaki sauce for dipping
Prepare a work station where you will be making your rolls. Have all your fillings close by.
Prepare a tray or shallow dish that is large enough to dip the rice paper sheets into. Fill with cold water.
Dip a rice paper sheet into the water for a few seconds until all sides have been dampened.
Place the fillings on the third of the sheet closest to you. Don’t overfill, as the sheets can rip easily, and keep the sides clear. Start to roll by lifting the bottom wrapper closest to you and pulling it over the fillings, giving it a little tuck so it’s nice and compact. Then fold the two sides in to close the ends off and continue rolling lengthways until the top. Repeat the process to make the remaining rolls. Serve with dipping sauce.
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