Vegetarian Peach Summer Rolls with Tahini Dipping Sauce
Spring rolls get a summery twist by adding sweet sliced peaches. Don’t skip the tahini dipping sauce — that is what pulls all the flavors together. The rice paper wrappers may begin to dry out after 3-4 days, but all they need is a light mist of water to soften and taste fresh again. If you’d like to add extra protein, shredded chicken, cooked shrimp, or garbanzo beans are all great additions.
Peach Summer Rolls with Tahini Dipping Sauce Ingredients:
12 rice paper wrappers
1 large peach, sliced
1 cucumber, cut in matchsticks
2 cups purple cabbage, shredded
1 cup basil
½ cup fresh mint
Tahini Dipping Sauce:
¼ cup tahini
¼ cup coconut milk, canned
3 tablespoons lime juice
2 tablespoons coconut aminos
½ tablespoon honey
¼ teaspoon sea salt
Sriracha chili sauce, to taste
Peach Summer Rolls with Tahini Dipping Sauce
Spring rolls get a summery twist by adding sweet sliced peaches. Don’t skip the tahini dipping sauce -- that is what pulls all the flavors together.
Prepare the dipping sauce by adding all the ingredients to a blender, and processing until smooth. This can be done by hand but is easier in a blender.
Set up a station with bowls of each ingredient. You will also need a cutting board, and a pie plate filled with warm water to soften the rice paper.
Start by dipping a sheet of rice paper in water, making sure both sides are wet. Do not allow the rice paper to fully soften in the water. It will continue to soften once you’ve set it on the cutting board.
Start filling your roll by adding the basil and mint leaves, and then adding cucumbers, shredded cabbage, and peaches.
Fold the top and bottom of the rice paper to the center, and then roll the paper from left to right, tightly packing the rolls.