Tuna Spring Rolls
There are many various versions of spring rolls and these tuna spring rolls are super tasty. Like all spring rolls, its origin is Chinese. It’s called a spring roll because they were originally filled with seasonal spring vegetables. Many Asian countries have made their own versions. This Tuna Spring Roll recipe makes the perfect entree or meal and on the table in 25 minutes.
Did you know: In Australia, a diverse range of authentic Asian cuisine is available due to immigration, multiculturalism, and the abundant fresh local produce. Both dim sims and Chiko Rolls were inspired by Chinese spring rolls.
In Chinese cuisine, spring rolls are savoury rolls with cabbage and other vegetable fillings inside a thinly wrapped cylindrical pastry. They are usually eaten during the Spring Festival in mainland China, hence the name. Meat varieties, particularly pork, are also popular. Fried spring rolls are generally small and crisp. They can be sweet or savoury; the former often with red bean paste filling, and the latter are typically prepared with vegetables. They are fully wrapped before being pan-fried or deep-fried.
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