CHINESE SPRING ROLLS
Chinese spring rolls, known for their delightful crispy exterior and savory fillings, are a beloved dish in Chinese cuisine. These delectable rolls typically consist of a thin pastry shell, which is filled with a mixture of vegetables, meats, or seafood, along with various seasonings.
250 grams of minced meat into small pieces.
3 large carrots.
2 large onions.
250 grams of cabbage.
150 grams of soy sprouts.
1 large red pepper.
10 sheets of rice paper or filo dough.
A splash of soy sauce.
4 tablespoons of olive oil.
500 milliliters of oil for frying.
Cut the pepper, cabbage and onion into julienne shapes. Then, reserve in the refrigerator. Next, place 4 tablespoons of oil in a large frying pan and heat over medium heat for 5 minutes. Then, add the cabbage and onion that you previously chopped. Cook for 4 minutes until al dente.
Add the soy sauce and olive oil to the preparation, then add all the ingredients and place the mixture in a bowl.
In the same pan, add more oil to fry and add the carrot so that they also cook al dente. Then, add soy sauce and incorporate it into the mixture from step 2. Subsequently, carry out the same process with the onion.
Pour the minced meat into the previously greased pan and cook it until golden brown. Then, add soy sauce, olive oil and bean sprouts and add to the previous mixture to mix it with all the ingredients. It is recommended to reserve for a few minutes so that all the flavors integrate.
To form the lumpias, spread the rice paper or dough, then add the portion of filling you want and wrap to make the roll. Next, begin to fry them for 2 minutes in a frying pan with enough oil and place them on absorbent paper to remove all the excess oil.