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Vietnamese Fresh Spring Rolls

In this video, you’ll see how to make fresh spring rolls with cooked shrimp. So much healthier than fried rolls, these fresh rolls are stuffed full of good stuff, like rice vermicelli, cooked shrimp, and lots of fresh herbs. You’ll also see how to make delicious dipping sauces. Watch the video, then get Paula’s top-rated recipe for Vietnamese Fresh Spring Rolls.

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  • Teresa

I'm Vietnamese and I love making this at home as a main dish. This is one of the ways to make my children eat vegetables. My version is this. I'd dip my rice paper in warm water for faster soften up. I don't have to chop up my herbs and salad/lettuce because it'd fall off as I dip. I sometimes use bean sprouts, shredded granny smith apple, or any veggies available. I can roll with boiled shrimp and boiled pork (thin slices), thin sliced beef stirred fried with butter, or baked fish. For Hoisin dipping sauce, I'd boil up 1 Tbsp of Hoisin sauce with 1 Tbsp of peanut butter, and 3 Tbsp of water for dipping sauce. For dipping fish sauce, I'd boil 1 Tbsp of fish sauce, 1 Tbsp of sugar, 1/2 Tbsp of vinegar, 3 Tbsp of water, some chopped garlic, and some chopped pepper (optional, because my children don't eat spicy hot.) I can make the dipping sauces ahead of time and keep in my refrigerator for a month.

  • Fenny Angel King

It's a awesome recipe and looks so delicious. But i have one question, can we change the shrimp with fish or other seafood? Thank you for sharing.

  • Mae Everett

I make something similar but with bbq pork and fresh mint. Very yummy as I do not like shrimp.