Simplicity is beauty in this asian inspired classic. Cabbage & Mushrooms are all you need for this tasty dish!Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!
Why this works
Cabbage and mushroom spring rolls are great for several reasons:
The combination of cabbage and mushrooms creates a delicious and savory filling. Cabbage adds a slight crunch and a mild sweetness, while mushrooms provide an earthy and meaty flavor. The two ingredients complement each other well and create a satisfying taste.
The crispness of the cabbage and the tender texture of the mushrooms create a pleasant contrast in each bite. This combination of textures adds to the overall enjoyment of the spring rolls.
Cabbage and mushrooms are versatile ingredients that can absorb and enhance the flavors of other ingredients and seasonings. This makes them ideal for incorporating various herbs, spices, and sauces into the filling, allowing for a wide range of flavor profiles and customization options.
Cabbage is low in calories and high in fiber, vitamins, and minerals. It adds nutritional value to the spring rolls while providing a refreshing and light taste. Mushrooms are also low in calories and are a good source of protein, fiber, and antioxidants. They contribute to the overall nutritional value of the spring rolls.
Cabbage and mushroom spring rolls are often served with dipping sauces, such as sweet chili sauce, peanut sauce, or soy-based sauces. These sauces add additional layers of flavor and enhance the taste of the spring rolls, making them even more delicious.
Combination of flavors, textures, versatility, health benefits, and accompanying sauces all contribute to making cabbage and mushroom spring rolls a tasty and enjoyable dish.
Remember that you don’t need a lot of ingredients to make a tasty dish! Sometimes it’s simplicity that counts!
Cabbage is a great ingredient for spring rolls for several reasons:
Cabbage adds a satisfying crunch to making spring rolls, providing a contrast to the soft fillings like what we are using which is shiitake!
Cabbage has a mild and slightly sweet flavor that complements the other ingredients in the spring rolls without overpowering them. Cabbage is low in calories and packed with nutrients. It is a good source of fiber, vitamins C and K, and antioxidants. Including cabbage in your spring rolls adds nutritional value to your meal.
Cabbage can be easily sliced or shredded, making it easy to incorporate into spring rolls. It pairs well with a variety of other vegetables, herbs, and proteins, allowing you to customize your spring rolls to your taste.
Cabbage has a relatively long shelf life, making it a convenient ingredient to have on hand for making spring rolls. It can stay fresh in the refrigerator for several weeks, allowing you to enjoy spring rolls whenever you want.
Feel free to use other types of cabbage too! Purple cabbage can be interesting too!
Slice up and Juliene Mushrooms & Cabbage and give it a good saute in a pot. Put the lid on for a while to let it steam and fully cook on their own.
Season me up as you go. Maybe some soy, salt or sesame oil. Feel free to use what you have on hand. That’s what’s great about what we are going here, you can apply and infuse your style, your flavor.
Add some julienned carrots and celery if you have some.
Vermicelli noodles work good as well.
After sauteeing the filling wrap them up like so.
Brush with some oil so that the wrapper browns nicely and to avoid burning.
Bake or airfry for 20 minutes on 400.
How to serve
Serve on its own, dip in vinegar or sweet chili sauce. Been loving quinoa and lots of greens lately. You may also pair it up with noodles or rice.
3 Ingredient Spring Roll
- ½ cabbage
- 1 Cup thinly sliced mushrooms
- 1 tablespoon sesame oil
- 1 Pack Spring roll wrapper
- 3 tablespoon chili oil or vinegar
- Cut up veggies in thin strips or juliened.
- Saute in a pan until soft, seasoning as you go.
- Wrap in rolls. Lay in a baking sheet, brush with olive oil and bake for 20 minutes or until golden brown. Air frying will work wonders too.