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Larb Woonsen in Spring Roll Wrapper

Larb Woonsen in Spring Roll Wrapper

Fresh spring rolls made from all natural rice paper are a real treat, but rarely found in Thailand--it's more of a Vietnamese recipe. Rolling authentic Thai in a fresh spring roll wrapper is an innovation we came up with recently, and we know you'll love it if you like Thai food. There is no need for a dipping sauce, just follow the recipe and enjoy.

Ingredients

For 4 Person(s)

Ingredients

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Method for Larb Woonsen in Spring Roll Wrapper

Soak bean thread in water for at least 5 minutes, then use scissors to cut it a few times into 2-3 inch pieces. Boil in water for just 2 minutes, drain, place in bowl, drizzle a small amount of vegetable oil over noodles to prevent them sticking together, and set aside.

Place the noodles in a large mixing bowl, add galangal, shallot, cooked pork, khao koor, long bean, spring onion, cilantro, lettuce, cucumber, ground Thai chile powder, fish sauce, sugar, and lime juice. Toss gently until mixed well. Taste it and adjust flavor as you like. You might want a bit less chile powder to tone it down, more lime juice to add sour, or sugar to add sweet flavor. Top with a generous amount of whole fresh mint leaves. Set aside.

Fill a glass pie plate with hot (not quite boiling) water. Working one at a time, dip a spring roll wrapper in hot water until softened (about 10 seconds). Gently blot dry. Place softened wrapper on a clean work surface. Spoon desired amount of Larb Woonsen filling near one end, leaving a 1/2" border. Fold sides of wrapper over the filling and roll tightly. Cover with a damp paper towel to keep moist. Serve and enjoy!

Larb woonsen in spring roll wrapper

Larb woonsen in spring roll wrapper

Ingredients ready

Ingredients ready

Prepare the larb

Prepare the larb

Warm water into pan with rice paper

Warm water into pan with rice paper

Set wrapper down and larb on top

Set wrapper down and larb on top

Roll and fold as shown

Roll and fold as shown

Final roll

Final roll

Delicious larb snack

Delicious larb snack



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  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    I haven't bought anything from this site yet, but I have used their recipes. Have you ever heard of Laab in a Springroll?

  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Made these tonight for my sister and her husband. Because they are vegetarian I substituted tofu (firm tofu first boiled then mashed) for the pork. I was short on spring roll wrappers so I made some of the filling into lettuce wraps. Both were excellent and a unique appetizer. My entire family, vegetarian and carnivore alike loved them.

  • Mim

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    I haven't bought anything from this site yet, but I have used their recipes. Have you ever heard of Laab in a Springroll?

  • kkgotchall

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Made these tonight for my sister and her husband. Because they are vegetarian I substituted tofu (firm tofu first boiled then mashed) for the pork. I was short on spring roll wrappers so I made some of the filling into lettuce wraps. Both were excellent and a unique appetizer. My entire family, vegetarian and carnivore alike loved them.


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