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Fast and Fresh Dinner – Healthy Spring Rolls

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Healthy, fast and fresh, these spring rolls are a firm favourite and I’m sure once you give these a go for yourself you’ll know why.

Traditional Chinese spring rolls are deep-fried but with just a little olive oil (or your place in the oven) you can create something that is a complete meal with protein, vegetables and carbohydrates all wrapped into one.
Spring roll wrappers are low in fat and found in the freezer section at the supermarket near the pastries.
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Healthy Spring Rolls


+ 1 packet spring roll pastry
+ 500gm 5 star beef mince (or turkey, chicken, kangaroo)
+ 1 packet rainbow salad mix or make your own using broccoli stems, carrot and beetroot strips
+ 1 tsp Chinese five spice powder
+ 3 tbs soy sauce

Step 1 – Remove spring roll wrappers from the freezer and allow to defrost.

Step 2 – Brown mince and sizzle off the excess fat.

Step 3 – Add five spice powder, soy sauce and vegetables to mince and cook for a few minutes until vegetables have softened slightly.

Step 4 – Allow the mince to cool while you are separating the spring roll wrappers. It is a good idea to keep a clean moist tea towel on top of the wrappers to stop them from drying out.

Step 5 – With a spring roll wrapper corner facing you, scoop a couple of tablespoons of filling across the paper, leaving enough room for the sides to be folded in. Fold the side corners in and roll it up into a log and form as tightly as you can.

Step 6 – Heat a little olive oil in a non-stick frypan over medium heat and gently brown each side until golden and crunchy. Serve with sweet chilli sauce.

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