Spring Rolls

These spring rolls are fresh and delicious, and can be customized any way you like. Feel free to add in different fillings, or tailor the ones that we have here. You can make just a couple of these as an appetizer, or make a bunch and serve them for dinner or for your next party.




  1. In a medium bowl, combine vermicelli and boiling water. Let soak until noodles are soft and pliable. Drain, and rinse with cold water.
  2. Place a lightly dampened dish towel on a flat work surface. Fill a large shallow bowl (such as a deep dish pie plate) with hot water. Dip one rice wrapper in the hot water for several seconds, or until just barely softened. Wrapper should still feel a little crisp, but it will continue to soften as it sits and will feel a little rubbery. Remove and place on towel. Lay wrapper flat, and place desired amounts of noodles, tofu, herbs, coconut and lime and nuts (or whichever fillings you’re using), centered in the bottom third of the wrapper. Roll the edges of the wrapper slightly inward. Beginning at the bottom edge of wrapper, tightly wrap the ingredients. Repeat with remaining ingredients. Place finished rolls seam side down on a plate or platter. Cover with lightly wet lettuce leaves or a slightly damp towel to keep them from drying out.
  3. In a small bowl, mix together the peanut butter, hot water and hoisin sauce until smooth and creamy. Add sriracha sauce to taste. Serve the spring rolls with the dipping sauce.