#EverydayInspiralized: Spiralized Vegan Summer Rolls

Vegan Spiralized Summer Rolls

We’re back with another episode of my #EverydayInspiralized video cooking series, and I’m showing you all how to make my fresh summer rolls with spiralized vegetables.

I’ve made these delicious summer rolls on the blog before, so before you watch the video, grab the recipe ingredients here and then follow along!

I added tofu to these for a little extra protein, so if you want to make them as I do in the video, buy some tofu. I’ve actually been buying this pre-baked teriyaki tofu that’s great!

Seriously, you’ll want to make these summer rolls all summer long. They’re crisp, refreshing, hydrating, and colorful!

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  1. We tried these and liked them, except for the rice paper. None of us like the raw, chewiness of them. Have you found any other wrapper that you might suggest? The video really helps… thx!

    • You can use collards, either raw or lightly steamed. Also, a combo of the collards and rice paper around the initial collard wrap works. Also, cabbage works if you don’t like collards. Also romaine works. Also flat bread made with whatever your choice of flours or combos including flax, psyllium husk, almond flour, coconut flour, millet, spelt, oat flours, etc. Flax adds stickiness as does xanthan gum. If you’re not into the vegan thing, you could use egg. They can be pan cooked on a hot tawa, like an Indian roti or tortilla, or you can bake them. another alternative is mixing veg (including juicer pulp) with spices and blend with the flax meal and water into a viscous batter, spread it on a dehydrator sheet and dehydrate it to the desired floppiness. Don’t go too long or you get crackers instead of wraps.

  2. Michele Pryse :

    Fun to make and fun to eat :) Rather than assembling them all myself, I put the ingredients out in bowls and let my family style their own and choose from a variety of dipping sauces: peanut, hoisin, sriracha, soy – all good.

  3. I love spring rolls! They are so much fun to create! Peanut sauce with Sriracha is the best with them!

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