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Active time
20 minutes
Total time
20 minutes
24 rolls
Serving Size
1 roll

24 sheets dried rice paper (banh uot)

1 large head Boston, Bibb, or tender leaf lettuce

1 cup bean sprouts (the commonly available mung bean sprouts are frequently used in Vietnam)

½ pound packed thin dried rice noodles (rice sticks)

2 large tomatoes

½ small fresh pineapple or 4 kiwi fruits

½ cup fresh cilantro

½ cup fresh mint leaves

½ cup basil leaves

  1. Moisten a sheet of rice paper wrapper in warm water and then place it on a plate.
  2. Select ingredients for rollup (lettuce, herb mixture, pineapple, rice noodles, bean sprouts, etc. It is customary to place on the paper some mint and/or cilantro and/or basil leaves, a piece of fruit, and a tomato slice or two. Add a small bundle of rice noodles and some bean sprouts.
  3. Roll up the wrapper and repeat.

An Oldways recipe


Calories: 110
Total Fat: 1.5g
Saturated Fat: 0g
Sodium: 170mg
Carbohydrate: 21g
Fiber: 1g
Total Sugar: 3g (Added Sugar: 0g)
Protein: 2g

Yield: 24 rolls

Serving Size: 1 roll

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Shaari :)
I’ve often enjoyed wrapping thin sliced vegetables in my spring rolls. this recipe surprises me with the fruit. I may try mango. thanks so much for the insiration!
Hi Shaari! Mango sounds delicious!

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