vegetable wrap sushi  w sweet chili sauce multip img 0 4a7683e1
vegetable wrap sushi w sweet chili sauce multip img 0 4a7683e1


Holy moly was this good ? The refreshing taste of the sushi with the sweet taste of the sauce just made this dish a WHOLE lot better! Let’s just say this recipe was definitely inspired by Publix’s Veggie Wraps ?⠀


-4 tapioca papers⠀
-2 cups warm water⠀
-4 slices of green leaf lettuce cleaned⠀
-1 avocado sliced into long strips⠀
-1 bag of shredded carrots ⠀
-1 piece cucumber sliced into long thin strips⠀
-1 bag of shredded red cabbage⠀

1.Pour the water in a big bowl and soak the tapioca paper (each one separately) until it softens.⠀
2.Remove the softened tapioca paper and place on a kitchen towel and let it rest for 30 seconds.⠀
3.Apply a leaf of lettuce in the middle paper and top from left with slices of avocado, carrots, cucumber, and cabbage.⠀
4.Press down the filling using your fingers then fold the bottom end of the tapioca paper over the top of the filling. Roll halfway.⠀
5.Fold the edges of the tapioca paper inwards and continue rolling until the fillings are secured. Folding the ends will close both edges ensuring that the fillings are securely wrapped.⠀
6.Repeat with the rest of papers and slice each roll in 3 to make a sushi shape then transfer to a serving plate.⠀
7.Enjoy & serve with Sweet Chili Sauce ⬇️⠀

Sweet Chili Sauce ?⠀
-1 cup water ⠀
-1 cup vinegar ⠀
-1 cup sugar ⠀
-1 hot chili pepper, minced ⠀
-1/2 carrot minced
-1/2 turnip minced ⠀
-1 tsp salt ⠀
-2 tsp tapioca cornstarch⠀

1.Cut stem off chili pepper and cut in half from stem to tip. Remove stem and seeds. Slice lengthwise in thin strips. Chop across the strips into pieces as small as possible. Cut carrot and turnip into thin strips and chop into small pieces. ⠀
2. Pour water and vinegar into a saucepan, and bring to a boil over high heat. Stir in sugar, chili pepper, carrot and turnip; simmer for 5 minutes. Stir in cornstarch and salt. Remove saucepan from stove to cool. Then transfer to a bowl, cover, and refrigerate until needed

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