Elevate your spring roll game with these Ginger Charred Broccoli and Tofu Sesame Rolls, made in partnership with Simply Organic.
Ginger Charred Broccoli and Tofu Sesame Spring Rolls
I love spring rolls, but they’re often uninspiring, made with the same flavors, same raw vegetables, and the same proteins. They’re one of my favorite snacks, because they’re a tasty way to pack in a bunch of raw vegetables in a crunchy, portable bite.
Spring rolls are easy to make – you pretty much just wet rice paper in a shallow bowl of water, top with whatever ingredients you’d like, and roll! Slice them in half and serve them as appetizers, or have a couple as a light snack – or as part of a meal!
These spring rolls are seasoned with Simply Organic‘s ground Ginger and their Black Sesame Seeds. If you wanted to skip the cooking and charring of the broccoli, you could just chop it up more finely and briefly cook it in a pan with some olive oil and the same seasonings.
By charring the broccoli, you’re adding another level of consistency and flavor, but it does take 20 minutes, so if you don’t have that kind of time, I recommend using finely chopped raw broccoli or well chopped broccoli, cooked for 5 minutes in a skillet.
Spring rolls are also beautiful, aren’t they? I usually just have mine dipped in soy sauce, but I’m obsessed with this tahini sesame dressing – it’s a must make!
And if you want to add a different protein other than tofu, add in some cooked chopped chicken!