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Dau Hu Cuon/Tofu springrolls with peanut sauce


You can prepare this tofu spring rolls with store bought fried tofu to make it more easier or grilled extra firm tofu and also you can use season fried bean curd ( normally use for Inarizushi ) just slice them and ready to use for any cold spring rolls.





I made this cold tofu spring rolls so often, I brings to potluck or party, one of all my friends  favorite  especially my homemade peanut sauce to serve with this cold spring rolls.


Ingredients :
- 1 package Rice paper wrapper
- 1 block fried tofu/ bean curd
- 4 oz vermicelli/rice noodles ( optional )
- bunch of lettuce
- half of English cucumber/cut in strip
- 1 carrot/cut in strip
- bunch of fresh Thai basil
- bunch of cilantro


Dip rice paper  wrapper in to cold water about 3-5 second
put in to work surface/cutting board
arrange cut cucumber,carrot,vermicelli,lettuce, basil, some cilantro and few sliced bean curd skin/tofu in the side  of rice paper  wrapper sheet
roll one time and fold them both side and continue to roll  very tight.



Slice them if you like and ready to dip in to peanut sauce


Peanut sauce Ingredients :
1/2 cup ground unsalted peanut
2 tbs sweet soy sauce

1 tbs sesame oil
1 tbs soy sauce
1 tsp fish sauce
1 tbs hot sauce/sriracha/what u prefer ( optional )
1 tbs lime juice
1 tbs grated ginger
1/2 tsp garlic powder
( just whisk it together until combine )

Comments

  1. Now those are some beautiful spring-rolls. I love how you have them plated... very inviting. :) Your peanut sauce looks delicious. I bet they were a fantastic treat. Well done. Have a Merry Christmas!

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  2. I have never made this before, simply I am afraid of rolling the stuffing into the rolls but you sure have done a great one. This is so healthy and I can like just have a few for my dinner.

    Btw, I will be heading to Vietnam in Feb and hopefully I can take some there.

    I am not sure whether you will be on blogging as Christmas is around the corner, so Merry Christmas and have a wonderful time.

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  3. OMG, those Spring Rolls Look "Out of This World! I WANT SOME for lunch today. WOW...
    COming to you via Ann. X

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  4. Oh, I love spring rolls...can you drop a few in the mail to me ;) Hope you have a fabulous holiday season, my friend...it's been wonderful visiting you and your blog this year!

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  5. I love summer rolls, they're so delicious with all of the vegetables. Plus, they're completely addicting - you can't just stop at one!

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  6. Wow..rolls with peanut sauce!! Sounds yum..yum..Loved your presentation too :)

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  7. lovely combo....easy n hassle free recipe....merry Christmas :)
    Bake with your heart

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  8. Oh my I am your newest follower and I am in love with this recipe, delicious, going to browse around some, stop by and visit me when you get a chance. Happy Holidays!

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  9. What a beautiful dish! They look delicious and the dipping sauce....*sigh* I could eat it like a bowl of soup!

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  10. what gorgeous pics you took of the food. Looks insanely delicious!

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  11. first time in your space....the tofu springrolls looks delicious...so is the peanut sauce :-) I'm ur new follower....do viist my space sometime ! wishing u n ur family merry christmas !

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  12. Looks delicious, Ridwan! I would probably tear the rice paper and make a Jude mess, lol!

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  13. These were delicious! Thanks so much for bringing them to the party and sharing the recipe on here :)

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