Rice Paper Wraps GF DF Low

Ingredients

(use left overs or….)

  • 500g mince or chicken mince or chopped chicken
  • ½ leek finely chopped
  • 1 clove garlic
  • ½ choko pureed (precooked to soften before pureeing)
  • ½ cup chopped cabbage
  • ½ cup mung beans
  • ½ can bamboo shoots
  • canola/sunflower or safflower oil
  • salt
  • ½ cup pear or choko chutney: pureed (to use as a dipping sauce if desired)

Method

Meat

Heat a fry pan and add the oil

Brown the mince with the garlic and leek

Add the pureed choko, mung beans, bamboo shoots, cabbage/beans and salt

Cook until vegetables have softened

If necessary add a little water to keep it moist

Assembly

  • Pour some boiling water onto a shallow dinner plate
  • Slide a rice paper into the water and count to 20
  • Take the rice paper out, now softened, and place on a bench
  • Place 3-4 tblsp of the mince mixture at one end of the paper
  • Wrap the rice paper around the filling as per the instructions on the rice paper packaging.

Variations

  • Use softened rice vermicelli and bean thread inside the wrap
  • Cuts vegetables into thin sticks: celery, green beans, shallot, chive, bamboo shoots, mung beans……stir fry or add raw
  • Leftover fried rice can be wrapped inside
  • Use sliced left over meats
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