Baked Spring Rolls

It has been far too long since I have spent some time creating something in the kitchen to share here with you.  The last few weeks I have been on a HUGE veggie diet eating binge, I just can’t get enough of them lately.  The latest craving as of current is the bean sprout.  I love them.  I was in the market with the hubby last week and a bam out of no where, I shouted across the produce aisle “spring rolls”!  “I want some veggie spring rolls, let’s make them”.

As usual, he shook his head and agreed while smiling at the same time.  I am sure my hubby could not wait to have a plate of spring rolls for dinner.

We grabbed up every vegetable I was in the mood for and went home to start cooking.  The recipe is awesome, super healthy, very clean and they turned out amazing.  We added an artichoke to go along with them and it made for a really light, but filling dinner.  I re-created again for lunch days later.

Ingredients

1/2 Green Bell Pepper
1/2 Red Bell Pepper
1/2 Yellow Onion
1/2 Cup Cabbage
3 Stalks Green Onion {scallion}
6 Mushrooms
1 Cup Bean Sprouts
3 Carrots
1/2 Zucchini
1/2 Yellow Squash
Fresh Garlic
Fresh Ginger {grated}
Olive Oil
Spring Roll Wraps
Soy Sauce {low sodium}

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This recipe is so easy.  Pre heat the oven to 400 degrees.  Lightly coat a baking dish with olive oil. Cut all your veggies into length wise {the thinner the better to roll}.  Combine everything together in a bowl.  The garlic and ginger is totally up to you and how much you want.  *NOTE* Using fresh ginger is best if kept in the freezer, this makes it very easy to grate and keeps it fresh longer.

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Add your veggies to a pre-heated pan with a small amount of soy sauce and water to give them a steam-like effect.  You just want to cook them long enough to shrink down, but still be crunchy.  Remove from heat and drain all the excess liquid.

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Place your spring roll wraps out and follow the directions on the package for rolling and filling.  *NOTE* use a diagonal method and remember to not over stuff the wraps or they will tear.  Place filled wraps in baking dish and lightly brush with olive oil.  Bake at 400 for about 12-15 mins depending on your oven.  They will be golden brown when done.

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Serve with dipping sauce and enjoy a healthier version of the spring roll.  By the way, the kids loved these.

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As always, I hearing from you.  Please tell me …

Are you a bean sprout lover?
Are you a take out fan of spring rolls?
What if you could make these at home and bake them?  Would you?
Do you have a favorite veggie that you might add to these?

 

 

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Comments

  1. I love spring rolls but I have never tried to make them myself! You are making it look super fun- I will try it! 🙂 TGIF my California friend!
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  2. I’ve made something similar and I love how you can get a great taste by baking them instead of the greasy delivery option.
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  3. I’ve never tried making spring rolls, but this healthified version looks delicious! :D!!
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  4. They sound amazing, I am always looking for new recipes and have not tried spring rolls yet. And thanks for the tip about fresh ginger. It always dries out… so next time I will freezer it.
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  5. Thanks Karen 🙂 Yes always put the ginger in the freezer, it is easy to peel and use a microplane for grating.
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  6. These look awesome!! I love bean sprouts! And, I would much rather have baked spring rolls than fried!!
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  7. I loooove spring rolls! I cannot wait to make these! I have been on the hunt to find good take out spring rolls around where I live and so far everything has been disappointing – this should make my hunt much easier and probably 100% healthier! Thanks for sharing!
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  8. I absolutely love spring rolls, but when you get them from a regular Chinese restaurant they are just so full of grease. These are a great idea to make at home. I’m glad to hear your kids liked them, too!
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