Spring Rolls


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Nutritional Info
  • Servings Per Recipe: 4
  • Amount Per Serving
  • Calories: 147.3
  • Total Fat: 0.4 g
  • Cholesterol: 2.5 mg
  • Sodium: 854.0 mg
  • Total Carbs: 30.6 g
  • Dietary Fiber: 2.5 g
  • Protein: 6.7 g

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Submitted by: BIGFATMOMMY


Great on a hot day! Great on a hot day!
Number of Servings: 4


    8 spring roll wrappers
    1 cup nappa cabbage, shredded
    1 cup carrots, shredded
    1 cup bean sprouts
    1 cup scallions, shredded
    1 cup imitation crab
    2 tbsp soy sauce
    2 tbsp oyster sauce
    4 large greenleaf lettuce leaves, split in two down the center rib
    Large bowl of very hot water


Mix cabbage, carrots, sprouts, scallions, soy and oyster sauce well. Set aside.
Soften one wrapper in hot water. Be careful not to burn yourself. Lay out carefully.
Add 1/2 piece of lettuce to center of wrapper. Place 3 tbsp of the veggie mixture on top of lettuce. Place 2 tbsp imitation crab on veggies, then roll all together like a burrito, tucking both ends in before rolling.
Repeat until all are rolled.
Chill for 1 hour then slice diagonally across the middle of each one.
Serve with additional soy sauce and chinese hot mustard if desired.

Number of Servings: 4

Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user BIGFATMOMMY.


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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful
    You can also save yourself some carbs and just serve the mixture in cabbage leaves, and not use the wrappers. - 5/21/08

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  • Were I eating all 8 rolls I might skip the sauces but spread through out 8 portions is minimal.
    I'd slip the rolling in cabbage as I'm making spring rolls not cabbage rolls. Any seafood would be good in this.
    I like sauted scallops and shitake mushrooms with a dash of sherry...chef Jim - 6/7/09

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  • I don't know what "spring rolls" are. This sounds a bit like Lumpia.
    Imitations crab is REAL fish, but real shrimp sound good.Scarlett... had a good idea to eat this mixture on the leaf. But I love finger food. Enjoy. - 6/7/09

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  • Definitely actual shrimp instead of imitation crab! And definitely use the low sodium versions of sauces. I totally love these and was glad to see someone took time to enter the recipe (same as mine). Thanks! - 3/13/09

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  • Definitely want to try a Vegetarian version of this. I am thinking Tofu or tasty mushrooms instead of fake crab, and omitting oyster sauce. - 5/21/08

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  • sounds very going to try them tonite - 5/21/08

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  • Oyster and soy sauce have a lot of sodium. I would suggest sweating the cabbage, scallions and carrots in 1/4 cup low sodium chicken broth with a litlle bit of soy, omitting the oyster sauce completely. It would add to the flavor needed without a lot of sodium. - 5/21/08

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  • Sounds great-will try it sometime. - 5/21/08

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  • These are the Best!! Great taste for being so low calorie!!! I make the vegetarian version- skip the crab and add grilled tofu. I also add more protein and flavor by adding peanut sauce (the lowest cal peanut sauce i can find) - 5/21/08

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  • This is very good and I will make it again if i dont my kids will kill me they love it. - 5/21/08

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  • oooh sounds yummy! I think I'll put this on the Memorial day menu! - 5/21/08

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  • This is one of my favorite things to order from my favorite Thai resturant...you can also sub the imitation crab for tofu...it's yummy - 5/21/08

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  • This recipe sound really good. I added it to my favorites to make soon. I think that I will add shrimp instead. - 5/21/08

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  • This would definitely make a nice change to a fried item when making healthy stir fry. - 5/21/08

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  • Add some fresh mint leaves to make it more traditional. We omit the fake crab and the sauces and, while eating, dip it in a mixture of crunchy peanut butter or almond butter with water and hot chili sauce. It removes the sodium content and we control the amount. Yumm - 5/21/08

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  • This reminds me of Nime Chow, which is very tasty! If you are worried about sodium, just use the low sodium soy sauce and you'll be good! Also, if you add some finely chopped peanuts, you'll get a great burst of flavor! - 5/21/08

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  • This recipe looks great. I'm a nut for spring rolls.I'll let you know how they turned out. - 5/21/08

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  • This recipe looks interesting and very tasty; interesting because it is chilled rather than fried or baked. It's a bit high in sodium, but it seems like good sodium, and I'd be willing to forego any concerns about that in order to partake in this treat. I will definitely make this recipe. - 5/21/08

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  • This sounds yummy. My stomach is growling now! - 5/21/08

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  • Yum, this sounds great, can`t wait to try!! - 5/21/08

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  • I made this recipe using shrimp and the whole family loved it. It is now one of my favorites! - 9/19/07

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  • Yummy spring rolls. I made them yesterday and ate them with hot mustard mixed with soy sauce. I will definately make this again. Now, I want to make lettuce wraps! - 4/23/07

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