Monday Japanese cooking Rice paper Roll

11 Jun

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My food from Asia, specifically Japan I have chosen to prepare rolls, this has been my first attempt and the expreience and outcome was amazingly well, the taste was enjoyable. My opinion of the rice paper is that it tasted very similar to rice,texture extremly refine a bit rubbery and delicate. Loved it.

I will make a post of how i made my teriyaki sauce, so please do look out for that.



1 avocado chopped

can tuna 

3 slice lettuce leave

slice baby grape tomato

slice cook pork/or any cooked meat kind

1 shredded carrot

4 rice paper


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 1. Put your rice paper into warm water for about 7 mins until  soft. Mean while slice and prepare all of your ingredients. Put every thing into a bowl and mix well, add salt and paper to taste.


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2.Put your mix ingredients into centre of rice paper and bring two sides into center,bring the top part of the rice paper facing from you down and slowly roll until you have the Finish effect of a roll. Simple as that we are finish enjoy.. Bon Apetit*-*


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When you are about to put your filling into the rice paper make sure you do take them out of the water 2 mins before, that way it will be easy to roll and assemble and you won’t end up with any rips.


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One Response to “Monday Japanese cooking Rice paper Roll”

  1. Shironai June 11, 2013 at 2:41 PM #

    Reblogged this on Welcome, to the Black Party and commented:
    Firefighters on standby! I. am. ready. for this!!!!

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