peanut soba spring rolls

peanut soba spring rolls / loveandlemons.com

This recipe is a continuation of yesterday’s post… aka. my version of cooking once and eating 3 times. Adding some slight variations each time. These spring rolls are what you make with your leftover noodles when you have barely any left. A little goes a long way to filling these things up.

peanut soba spring rolls / loveandlemons.com

Cook a few mushrooms, slice an avocado, and add some herbs or greens. I would usually make a peanut sauce for dipping but there’s no need for that here because peanut-y goodness is already in the noodles. Serve with some ponzu or light soy sauce and enjoy.

peanut soba spring rolls

peanut soba spring rolls

Ingredients

  • leftover peanut noodles
  • vietnamese rice spring roll wrappers
  • mushrooms
  • basil & mint
  • avocado slices
  • ponzu for dipping (or 1/2 soy sauce, 1/2 rice vinegar)

Instructions

  1. Cook the mushrooms by heating a skillet to medium. Add a little bit of oil, then the mushrooms. Cook until browned and soft. Remove from heat, add a little soy sauce, and let them cool to room temp.
  2. Wrap ingredients in spring roll rice wrappers. 1. One at a time, dip rice papers into warm water for 5 seconds. 2. Remove and place on a clean towel. 3. Place ingredients in the center (horizontally), wrap & tuck the sides, then the bottom flap, and then carefully tuck and roll until closed. Serve with ponzu for dipping.

Notes

I like these wrappers. You can find them at whole foods or any asian market.

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43 comments

  1. These spring rolls look incredibly delicious.
    And what a good idea of making them out of leftovers :)

  2. Emma from coconutandberries.com on said:

    This is such a great idea! They’re almost too pretty to eat- the key word being almost ;)

  3. “aka. my version of cooking once and eating 3 times.”

    That is my kind of cooking! I love spring rolls…

  4. Cláudia Vasconcelos on said:

    A very very wonderful idea :-)
    Delicious…

  5. connie from heshewee.wordpress.com on said:

    This is exactly what I want for dinner! You guys always have the most amazing recipes :-)

  6. I could eat this as leftovers for a WEEK. These spring rolls are AMAZING.

    • jeanine from loveandlemons.com on said:

      I know, I could eat spring rolls every day :)

  7. michelle from lovely-little-things.blogspot.com on said:

    yum!

  8. Mmm these sound and look delicious! I love making different variations of rice wraps, and I love your cook once, eat 3x thinking. I tend to do most of my meal prep on the weekends, and these might have to be on next week’s menu!

    • jeanine from loveandlemons.com on said:

      thanks! It was fun to come up with :)

  9. Tieghan from halfbakedharvest.com on said:

    Yes! 3 recipes and they are all delicious, easy and SO pretty! Count me in!

  10. These are always a perfect refreshing treat, even in the winter. All you need to do is warm up the dipping sauce and you’ve got a great fresh and crunchy meets warm and comforting!

    • jeanine from loveandlemons.com on said:

      Thanks! Yep, I usually just stuff them with whatever I have around :)

    • jeanine from loveandlemons.com on said:

      thanks Sarah!

  11. Maya on said:

    Aren’t these actually summer rolls though because they aren’t fried? Either way they look delicious.

  12. I have leftover noodles with carrot ginger dressing–you’ve inspired me to spring-roll them.

  13. I love getting a lot of different meals out of only cooking once! These spring rolls look divine!

  14. Gaby from whatsgabycooking.com on said:

    What a gorgeous plate of deliciousness! Wishing I had some right now!

  15. Julia from bananenblatt.blogspot.co.at on said:

    Hi Jeanine!
    i just discovered your site via a pin of your curried sweet potato soup on pinterest, and i immediately fell in love with it! The bright design and beautiful food photography really caught me! I will browse your past recipes a bit now and look which recipe i could try with the stuff i have on hand…
    Wish you a nice day!
    Julia

    • jeanine from loveandlemons.com on said:

      thanks Julia, and welcome!

  16. Quyen from liveitinerantly.com on said:

    Looks delicious! I think this is a great appetizer for the fall as a contrast to the heart fall meals to follow!
    http://liveitinerantly.com

  17. Tracy on said:

    These spring rolls look delicious and easy! Any suggestions on a brand of gluten free ponzu sauce? Thanks!

    • jeanine from loveandlemons.com on said:

      This one looks to be gluten-free:
      http://www.amazon.com/Shan-Organic-Ponzu-Sauce-Gluten-Free/dp/B0043SDFPC/ref=pd_sbs_gro_3

      Just read the labels to see if they use wheat-free tamari instead of soy sauce. (I’m also going to have a recipe for homemade ponzu coming up)

  18. Claudia from Buenprovechoblog.com on said:

    This looks soooo good! Love spring rolls!

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