Refreshing, lean and healthy fresh spring rolls

Today we're having Turkey Fresh Rice Paper Rolls thank you to Steggles. 

Fresh Turkey Rice Paper Rolls

Ingredients

100g vermicelli noodles
300g Turkey Shortcuts Mince
1 Tbsp Kecap Manis
20 x 20cm round rice paper sheets
1 carrot, peeled and finely julienned
1 Lebanese cucumber, finely julienned
1 large celery stalk finely julienned 

1/2 Red Capsicum sliced finely lengthways

1/2 cup finely shredded lettuce
1/2 cup fresh Mint leaves
1/2 cup coriander leaves

1/2 bunch chives. 
Vietnamese dipping sauce, to serve

 

Method

1. Soak noodles in boiling water for 10 minutes until soft. Drain well and set aside. Meanwhile, fry mince in a pan over medium heat, breaking up any lumps with a spoon. Remove from heat and stir through Kepcap Manis Set aside.
2. Dip one rice paper sheet into warm water and place onto a clean, damp cloth. Place two Mint leaves in the centre of the sheet, top with some carrot, lettuce, cucumber,a slice capsicum, coriander, turkey mince, noodles and chives.

3. Roll up, folding edges in to enclose the filling. Repeat with remaining ingredients to make about 20 rolls. Refrigerate covered until serving.

Serve with Vietnamese dipping sauce.

 

Steggles Turkey Shortcuts are a fresh, exciting range of turkey cuts from Steggles delivering simple, tasty and healthier meals. The products are high in protein and low in fat, with mince and breast fillets awarded the Heart Foundation Tick. Visit www.steggles.com.au for recipe ideas and inspiration. Steggles Turkey is available in Coles (excl. WA) and selected IGA's”

 

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Our other Turkey related recipes are delicious too  
Turkey Strips/Nuggets  - you'll never have anything else again :) 
Turkey Meatballs and Asian style soup

 

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0 # anon 2014-02-08 22:04
these look sooo nice i had to come see from a photo on facebook. i havent tried turkey mince before.
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0 # Mums Take Five 2014-02-08 22:17
Quoting anon:
these look sooo nice i had to come see from a photo on facebook. i havent tried turkey mince before.

Thanks for stopping by. I'd never made them with Turkey Mince either, but i tried some made by Steggles the other week and they were so tasty. Give them a go.
Pop back tomorrow there is a giveaway i think you might like :) x
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+1 # Shelley @ MoneyMummy 2014-02-09 09:45
They look delish!! Will definitely give them a go!
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0 # Mums Take Five 2014-02-09 22:52
good to hear, send us photos xxx
thank you for linking in xx
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+1 # Jody at SLH 2014-02-09 10:56
Thanks for hosting!
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0 # Mums Take Five 2014-02-09 22:52
Quoting Jody at SLH:
Thanks for hosting!

Thanks for joining in Jody :) I've shared your great giveaway too. Have a great week love x
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+1 # floodproofmum 2014-02-09 11:23
I love rice paper rolls. Was thinking of making some today. I have never tried turkey before. Thanks for the idea :) Cheers, Tanya
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0 # Mums Take Five 2014-02-09 22:54
Quoting floodproofmum:
I love rice paper rolls. Was thinking of making some today. I have never tried turkey before. Thanks for the idea :) Cheers, Tanya

Thanks for joining in Tanya. No i hadnt either and then i tried them at a lunch and thought well why havent i done that before! you'll like them. Have a great week lovely xx
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+1 # Sheridan L 2014-02-09 12:40
Yum! I love rice paper. My first roll didn't turn out quite so well but yours look great!
Can't wait for the giveaway tomorrow!!!
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0 # Mums Take Five 2014-02-09 22:56
Quoting Sheridan L:
Yum! I love rice paper. My first roll didn't turn out quite so well but yours look great!
Can't wait for the giveaway tomorrow!!!

Yeah its one of those things that gets better with practice. I love eating them. I usually cut up enough veg for two nights have have them a couple of times. saves the prep time. Thanks for linking in xxx
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0 # Lisa 2014-03-11 19:57
i have always wanted to make these. never thought to use turkey. thanks i will try them
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0 # Lee 2014-03-11 19:58
oh they look so professional. i like how you always do the little bit extra to make them look nice. i bet they tasted good too
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0 # Winnie @ Bubfriendly 2014-03-24 00:34
These were a close second in terms of our favourites at the event! So refreshing and yummy! Thanks for sharing your recipe!!! We will definitely be trying it too!!!
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