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Healthy Lunch Ideas & Recipe


Rice paper rolls are a great lunch idea because they are healthy, versatile and convenient. They are a light and refreshing option that can be filled with a variety of ingredients to suit different tastes and dietary needs.


One of the main benefits of rice paper rolls is that they are a low-calorie, low-fat and low-carb food option. Rice paper is made from rice flour, water, and salt, which are all natural ingredients that are free from additives and preservatives. They provide a good source of carbohydrates and are gluten-free.


Rice paper rolls are also very versatile, they can be filled with a variety of ingredients such as vegetables, seafood, tofu, or meat. This allows for a wide range of flavor combinations and can suit different dietary needs such as vegetarian, vegan or gluten-free. They also offer a great way to incorporate more fruits and vegetables into your diet as you can use a variety of fresh ingredients such as lettuce, carrot, cucumber, bell peppers, herbs, and more.

They are also very convenient and easy to make, they can be made in a few minutes and are easy to take on the go. They are a perfect option for busy people who are looking for a healthy, easy and delicious lunch option. They can also be a great option for picnics, parties or potlucks as they can be made in advance, and are easy to serve and eat.


Rice paper rolls are a great lunch idea because they are healthy, versatile and convenient. They are a light and refreshing option that can be filled with a variety of ingredients to suit different tastes and dietary needs. They are a low-calorie, low-fat and low-carb food option, and are gluten-free. They are also easy to make, take on the go and can be a great option for picnics, parties or potlucks.



Ingredients:

  • 1 pack of rice paper

  • 1 pack of vermicelli noodles

  • 1 cucumber

  • 1 carrot

  • 1/2 a head of Lettuce

  • Protein of choice: I prefer tofu

  • Mint

  • Coriander


Method:

  1. Cook the vermicelli noodles according to the packet instructions

  2. While they cook away, shred your carrot using a box grater

  3. Slice your cucumber into thin sticks, scooping out the watery seeds in the middle

  4. Roughly slice your mint, coriander and lettuce

  5. Cook your protein of choice

  6. Next up, soak your rice paper according to the instructions and it’s assembly time

  7. I prefer to go noodles, carrots, cucumber, lettuce, tofu, mint, coriander but it’s up to you - dealer’s choice!

  8. Wrap up like a tasty little summer burrito and serve with your favourite condiments (Hoisin sauce, a peanut dipping sauce, sweet chilli sauce, Tamari, etc)

Enjoy


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