I cooked some beef yesterday in my slow cooker and wanted to do something different so we decided to use it in some rice paper rolls for tea tonight.
These are really delicious and we enjoy them almost as much as sushi rolls.
Here are the ingredients:
- Rice paper wrappers
- Roast Beef
- Shredded lettuce
- BBQ sauce
- Rice (not pictured)
We used sushi rice instead of noodles in these as we find noodles make them very hard to roll up where as the rice is slightly easier and stays together better.
We put the rice paper sheets into water to soften them, then placed them onto the bench. We added a spoonful of rice then some shredded beef and some BBQ sauce and lettuce.
Then we roll them up and place them seam side down on the tray. You need to roll them quite tightly so they hold together.
We leave them sit for a few minutes before eating and they sort of stick together better.
We all enjoyed them for tea, they were yummy!!
10 thoughts on “NO 2 DAUGHTERS RICE PAPER ROLLS”
These look great… and the sushi ones do not sound good to me, but I am glad you enjoy them. 🙂
Thanks for that. Sushi here is not raw fish, I think maybe you call them californian rolls?? We put egg, or carrot or cucumber or cooked meat in ours?? Thanks for stopping by. Blessings
I have half a pack of rice paper wrappers in the pantry I need to do something with. Thanks for the inspiration.
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My pleasure Audrey, Blessings to you.
Yummy! Those look so good, and not too hard to make!
Thanks for sharing on the Shine Blog Hop!
You are right Tiffany, thanks for stopping by. Blessings
So great to see kids in the kitchen! Thanks for sharing on the (mis)Adventures Mondays Blog Hop!
Thanks Mindie for your comment and for hosting. Blessings
Well done Daughter #2. What a blessing you must be to the family, especially helping Mum. These are a wonderful idea I should make some too. Via Tickle my taste buds
Thank you Kathleen for your encouraging comment to our lovely daughter, I will pass it on. She is definitely a blessing and a wonderful help, and the rolls were just delicious. Blessings