These spring rolls are really healthy and not fried. They make a lovely change for a summer party served with one or both of the dipping sauces. Well worth the effort - these are fantastic.
Used different ingredients. I'm Vietnamese so I was impressed when I saw such a great version of one of my favourite dishes. For those of you who are willing to add a bit more effort to make the rolls even that much more "authentic" here are some suggestions: along with the prawn, add some boiled pork that's thinly sliced. As well as some sprouts, grated carrot and a long thinly sliced piece of cucumber. And for an easy and excellent peanut dipping sauce, mix 1 part crunchy peanut butter to 2 parts hoisin sauce. Whisk over medium heat until blended, adding a few splashes of water to make the sauce less thick. This sauce truly MAKES the dish! Hope this was helpful! - 29 Sep 2008
Altered ingredient amounts. I am planning on making these for an upcoming get together and wondered how long in advance I could make these. - 19 Mar 2010
This will become a family favourite I'm sure. We all enjoyed a light and healthy meal with great flavours. We won't bother with the fish sauce mix, instead the Peanut Butter & Hoi Sin Dipping Sauce is a hit. Do yourself a favour and saute green prawns in your favourite flavours in stead of bland precooked prawns and add in your favourite vegies! - 18 Oct 2010