Salad Roll Recipe
THAI SALAD ROLL
If you have never made a “salad roll” before, it’s a new way to eat a healthy combination of chicken, fish, meat or tofu along with crunchy vegetables, all wrapped into one “roll” that you can dip in peanut sauce. The traditional Thai salad roll uses rice noodles inside the roll, but this recipe substitutes jicama for crunchiness and to reduce the amount of carbohydrates you will consume. The dish can be served as an appetizer or as a full lunch or dinner.
Watch Chef Thu Ha Dinh of Portland, OR prepares this simple and healthy salad roll.
Note: If you decide to use chicken, we recommend cooking the chicken according to the Angel Wing Chicken recipe and video demonstration here: http://eatchewlive.com/recipes/thai-angel-wing-chicken/
Ingredients: Peanut Sauce Make the peanut sauce Dice vegetables and protein Roll ingredients into rice paper Serve rolls on plate and peanut sauce as a dip.
Roll and Filling
Make the peanut sauce
Dice vegetables and protein
Roll ingredients into rice paper
Serve rolls on plate and peanut sauce as a dip.
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