I love my own hometown food and one of these things is homemade spring rolls. This is a dish that my grandmother came up with while she was young having my grandpa as such a fussy eater, he also gets bored easily with food so she made the same type of food with many different fillings. These different types of spring rolls are part of her collection which my mum gave me when I came to Australia.
Contains: Eggs, Soybeans and soybean products (eg Miso, soy milk etc), Fish and fish products (eg fish sauce), Cereals containing gluten and their products including wheat, rye, barley, oats, spelt, Asian herbs: (coriander, dill, shallots)
Ingredients: Fresh shallots, coriander, carrot, bamboo shoots, taro, cabbage, glass noodles, tofu, leeks, mushrooms, spring roll pastry
Reheating Instructions: Bake in a 180 degree preheated oven for 10 - 15 minutes or until heated through. Serve with sweet chilli sauce or sauce of your liking (not included)
About your cook, Sabrina (Surry Hills)
I came to Australia when I was 16, living away from family, I missed my home town food. I couldn’t find the same taste anywhere here in Australia so I asked my mother to teach me how to cook. I soon found out I have a talent in cooking and can modify recipes to suit different tastes. My husband loves my food and so do my colleagues.
I have 2 hobbies: cooking and singing. I sing while I cook too. It's my happiness to see my loved ones enjoy my food, it’s also a good stress relief.
I work full time as an office manager and study part time. However, this doesn’t stop me from cooking fresh everyday for my partner and some of my colleagues for our next day lunch. I can’t wait to cook for you too!