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This was really yummy. We would definitely make again. The directions made good sense to someone who has never made spring rolls before; and while it wasn't particularly difficult, rolling these up is a skill that takes a bit of practice. My 10 year old niece says she would definitely make these for her family. Made for ZWT9

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IngridH September 02, 2013

These were very tasty. Clearly, though, I need a lesson on how to use spring roll paper. First, don't leave one paper in hot water while you roll up another. Too long and they are just goo. I didn't cook any noodles because I only made 2 for my lunch and used frozen, cooked, ready to eat shrimp. The sauce was excellent.

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sheepdoc September 02, 2013

This made a really nice, light lunch. I have never used rice paper before, but it was fairly easy to work with. For ZWT9

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Random Rachel August 21, 2013

We enjoy rice paper rolls & these hit the spot. I skipped the mint (personal preference), but otherwise followed the recipe. Next time I might add shredded carrots or julienned red pepper strips for color. The two sauces wee easy to make & very different. One was tart & the other sweeter. The combination added a burst to the spring rolls. Thank you for sharing the recipe!

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Susie D August 20, 2013
Vietnamese Fresh Spring Rolls