If you’ve ever tried the Garden Vegetable Salad Rolls from the prepared section at Whole Foods, this recipe is for you.
It’s essentially a salad rolled up in a sheet of rice paper, served with a peanut dipping sauce– and together it’s absolutely delicious! The only con is that these prepared rolls are expensive to purchase very often.
My solution is to now make them at home. I picked up a bag of rice paper from Whole Foods and decided to try my hand at making my own “salad rolls” for lunch yesterday. This was my first time working with rice paper, so I was surprised by how stretchy it becomes when wet! It’s a good thing it’s so flexible, because it makes a pretty forgiving wrap when rolling up these salad bites. It’s the perfect gluten-free alternative to traditional lunch wraps!