Real Thai Spring Roll Sauce
The dipping sauce for spring rolls or Nam Jim Po Piah in Thai. Add some spice to the food with the Real Thai spring roll sauce. Dip your spring roll in this sauce that gives you a hot and sweet taste that treats your taste buds. With ingredients like sugar, red chilli, turnip and carrot, this sauce gives you a Thai unique hot and sweet taste.
Ingredients: Red Chili 10%, sugar, water, turnip, carrot, salt, garlic, acetic acid (E260) as acidity regulator.
Storage: Keep in a cool, dry place.
Shelf-life: 24 months
Shrimp Rice Paper Rolls
*recipe from http://real-thai.com
5-6 lettuce leaves
3-4 leaves parsley
Real Thai Spring Roll Sauce or Rice Paper Sauce
4-6 pcs Real Thai Rice Paper
6-10 basil leaves (optional)
5-6 peppermint leaves (optional)
Slice carrot, tomato, and cucumber in strips.
Shred the lettuce and parsley leaves.
Boil the shrimp and drain.
Put sheet of rice paper in water and remove after only a few seconds, leave it on a towel for one minute to soften.
Place the rice paper on a plate and put some lettuce on the center.
Arrange carrot, cucumber, tomato, parsley and shrimp on top of the lettuce.
Fold in both sides of the rice paper.
Then fold up one-third of the filling.
Continue to roll the paper to enclose the entire filling.
Serve with spring roll sauce or rice paper sauce.
As desired, add the fresh mint leaves and sweet basil leaves or other vegetables.
Serve and enjoy!