SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - This recipe requires no cooking and is fun to prepare. The smoked salmon pairs well with the fresh ingredients, and you can also leave out the salmon for a vegetarian spring roll that is just as delicious. These are great as a light lunch, midday snack or appetizer served with miso dipping sauce. They can be made a day ahead, stored covered in the refrigerator until ready to serve, enjoy!
2 med. ripe, firm California Haas Avocados
2 tbsp Fresh lime juice
¼ cup diced red onion
6 to 8 oz Smoked Salmon diced
1 tsp each- garlic chili paste, fish sauce
3 tbsp each chopped –fresh basil, cilantro and Italian parsley
1 cup angel hair cabbage
½ red bell pepper sliced very thin
¼ cup each- English cucumber, diced and shredded carrots
1 pkg good quality rice paper
Plate, plastic wrap sesame oil
Cut avocado into good sized chunks place in a large bowl add lime juice toss to coat next add onion, diced salmon and salt, pepper to taste add garlic chili sauce and fish sauce, gently toss, Cover with plastic wrap and set aside. In another mixing bowl combine remaining ingredients except rice papers, mix well set aside while you prepare rice papers.
Brush plate with a thin coat of sesame oil this will keep the rolls from sticking to the plate.
Place rice papers in a shallow bowl of warm tap water until they become soft, removing one at time let excess water drip off place on plate or cutting board, with your fingers gently smooth out any wrinkles place about two tablespoon of the cabbage mixture in the top portion of the rice paper to form a little bed then place a little of the avocado salmon mixture on top. Gently roll the edge towards you until the filling is completely covered then fold/tuck the edges and continue rolling place finished rolls on prepared plate cover with a damp paper towel to keep from drying out, repeat. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate until ready to serve.
Serve with miso dipping sauce
Miso dipping sauce
1/3 cup miso paste
2 tablespoons thin sliced green onion
1 tablespoon mirin
½ to1 teaspoon light brown sugar
1 tablespoon toasted, sesame seeds
Place the ingredients in a bowl whisk to combine.
*add one table spoon or more hot water for a thinner sauce
*prepackaged shredded coleslaw mix and carrots can be used to save time
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