Shrimp Quinoa Vegetable Spring Rolls

Shrimp Quinoa Vegetable Spring Rolls. Colorful and full of flavor. Served with a Creamy Peanut Butter Dipping Sauce.Shrimp Quinoa Vegetable Spring Rolls | chefsavvy.com #recipe #vegetables #shrimp #spring #rolls

I absolutely love spring rolls. Especially during this time of year. They are so light, crisp and healthy. I stuff my spring roll wrappers with all of the veggies and herbs I can find.

This recipe makes about 6 rolls depending on how much you stuff in them. It’s the perfect amount for two people.

These 30 minute spring rolls are loaded with shrimp. quinoa, fresh cilantro and colorful veggies.

Shrimp Quinoa Vegetable Spring Rolls | chefsavvy.com #recipe #vegetables #shrimp #spring #rolls Spring Rolls are perfect for a light lunch or dinner. They would also be perfect to bring to a party or picnic because they are so portable. They make a wonderful lunch on the go.

No cook, gluten free and naturally vegan. You can find these rice paper wrappers at specialty Asian stores or online here.

Typically rice noodles are added to spring rolls. I decided to substitute them with protein packed Quinoa.

Shrimp Quinoa Vegetable Spring Rolls | chefsavvy.com #recipe #vegetables #shrimp #spring #rolls While your quinoa and shrimp are cooking chop up all of your vegetables. Feel free to sub in any veggies you have on hand. I used a mixture of fresh cumber, carrots and red bell peppers. You can even use fresh mint in the spring rolls instead of cilantro if you have it on hand.

Now for our dipping sauce. The peanut butter dipping sauce is slightly adapted from my Spicy Peanut Dressing. Creamy peanut butter, soy sauce, water and garlic are mixed together. The crispy veggies and the creamy sauce make the perfect dipping combination.

Rice paper wrappers are easy to work with. All you need to do is place the wrapper in a bowl of warm water for 5-10 seconds until it softens up a bit. Place it on your work surface and add the filling in the top center. Fold the edge closest to you over the toppings and tuck the sides in and over the portion you just rolled. Roll forward making sure to keep the spring roll tight.

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Shrimp Quinoa Vegetable Spring Rolls

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Serves: 2 (6 rolls total)
Shrimp Quinoa Vegetable Spring Rolls. Colorful and full of flavor. Served with a Creamy Peanut Butter Dipping Sauce. Naturally vegan!

Ingredients

Shrimp Quinoa Vegetable Spring Rolls

  • 6 spring roll wrappers
  • 12 large shrimp, cooked
  • ½ cup cooked quinoa
  • ½ carrot, sliced thin
  • 1 red bell pepper, sliced thin
  • 1 cucumber, sliced thin
  • ½ cup cilantro

Peanut dipping sauce

  • 1 tablespoon creamy peanut butter
  • 1 garlic clove, minced
  • 2 tablespoons soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon water

Instructions

Shrimp Quinoa Vegetable Spring Rolls

  1. Place 1 spring roll wrapper at a time in a bowl of warm water for 5-10 seconds until it softens up a bit. Place it on your work surface and add a handful of each veggie, quinoa and 2 shrimp each in the top center of the wrapper leaving enough space at the top to roll. (Do not over stuff) Fold the edge closest to you over the toppings and tuck the sides in and over the portion you just rolled. Roll away from you making sure to keep the spring roll tight. Repeat until you have used up all of the filling. Should make about 6 rolls.
  2. Serve immediately with the Peanut dipping sauce. Cover with a damp cloth so they do not stick together if you won't be serving them right away.

Peanut dipping sauce

  1. Whisk all of the ingredients together in a small bowl. Set aside until you are ready to use.

Notes

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  • I love spring rolls! Never tried them with quinoa though, that sounds like a good addition. I was actually thinking of making them for a picnic but thought they would dry out. Have you transported them before? I’m curious what your tricks are! I was thinking a damp paper towel might help?

    • Hi Caitlin!

      I have not tried transporting them yet but covering them with a damp paper towel will definitely help them from drying out and sticking together and to your container. As long as you do that you should be fine transporting.

      Thank you!

      Kelley

  • I love that you stuffed these with so much veggie deliciousness! And that peanut sauce….I could bathe in it.

  • I’m not sure what it is I am more excited to try….these spring rolls OR your peanut sauce. Guess you can’t have one without the other! NOM NOM NOM. I’m obsessed with fresh spring rolls. Can’t wait to devour a platter of these! 🙂

  • I was juts telling my husband that I need to learn how to make spring rolls. We went to a Vitnamese restaurant a few days ago and their spring rolls looked just like yours and they were delicious. So glad you posted this. 🙂 Pinned!