By Nif on August 05, 2009
Photo by PaulaG
Photo by PaulaG
"A very fresh and delicious way to enjoy salmon, using rice paper for the wrapper. The ingredient list may look long, but it is mostly ingredients that you will have on hand. If you have never used rice paper before, this is a great way to learn how to use them. If you are not particular about making an even 16 rolls, go ahead and play with the amounts to use more or less of what veggies you want. The veggies add a delicious crunch and flavor to the rich salmon."
Serving Size: 1 (1572 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"I thought the recipe was well written and provided good detailed instructions. The one exception is where to use the sesame seeds. I ended up placing them in a small ramekin & sprinkling on as the first ingredient in each roll. The ingredient amounts were perfect as listed. I had reduced the recipe in half & ended up with exactly 8 rolls. The dipping sauce was good even with the rosemary. The vinegar provided a surprise note among the other flavors. I added some red pepper flakes to mine after tasting. I liked the colors & freshness in the rolls. The ingredients all seemed well placed & thoughtful. The frilled napa cabbage was a hightlight. Good luck in the contest!"
"I had some miso-glazed salmon from another recipe I'd made and decided to use up the remainder to make up these fresh-tasting and delicious summer rolls. I made a 1/2 recipe with the kids helping me. Left out the rosemary in the dipping sauce as it didn't feel particularly 'asian' but did everything else as stated. Got 8 rolls coming in at 2 apiece. The kids loved the contrasting flavours and textures and so I know I'll be making these again. Thanks for a great recipe."
"I love the name. These are perfect for the hot summer months. I had never used rice paper before and was very surprised at how easy it is to handle. Actually, I had thought of something very similar during the creation phase of RSC but was unable to find the rice paper until afterward. These are very good and really easy to put together. Half a recipe for me resulted in 7 well filled rolls. Good luck in RSC."