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If you have rice paper sitting in your pantry, I have a delicious recipe for you!
Inspired by Vietnamese street food “Bánh tráng cuốn” (but heavily adapted!) these rolls are filled with spicy jackfruit, green mango, green onions, fried shallots, and served with a drizzle of mayo and spicy sauce! It’s the ultimate savory snack!
So what is Bánh tráng cuốn? It’s a Vietnamese street food that consists of rice paper usually filled with dried beef or chicken, hard-boiled eggs, green onions, and many other things depending on the vendor.
Here, I adapted it to include jackfruit and green mango for a mix of sweet and spicy!
Start by frying some garlic and shallots.Next, add shredded jackfruit and let it simmer for a few minutes with soy sauce, maple syrup, ground chili, and five-spice until it absorbs all the flavors.
To assemble, slightly wet a sheet of rice paper.Here I used red rice paper that is a bit spicy, but it will totally work with regular rice paper, don’t worry!
Drizzle some vegan mayonnaise in the center of the rice paper, then add green onions, jackfruit, and shredded green mango.Sprinkle some fried shallots, and roll it tightly.
After rolling, cut into 1-inch rolls using a pair of scissors.Place on a plate and drizzle with vegan mayo and your favorite chili sauce.Sriracha will work however I recommend using Cholimex or Chin-Su sauces, which are sweet and spicy.
This dish is definitely one of my favorite savory snacks! It’s spicy, sweet, rich, meaty, and packed with flavor! Better than takeout? Absolutely!
Vietnamese-inspired recipes, check out these Easy Vegan Egg Rolls , Pulled Mushroom Banh Mi , or this Vegan Banh Xeo Print Spicy Jackfruit Spring Rolls with Mayo Drizzle
Flavorful, better-than-takeout spring rolls filled with spicy jackfruit, green mango, fried shallots, and green onions, drizzled with vegan mayo and sweet and spicy sauce! Author: Full of Plants.
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