I’ve got a real issue when it comes to fruit–I love ’em, but sometimes that sad little old orange could sit in the fruit bowl for days on end without me touching it only because I can sometimes, sorta be a lazy bum. If it’s washed, cut and ready in front of my face, I’ll have at it, if it’s not, I procrastinate until the poor little old orange whithers away and dies. Morbid…I know.
With Ramadan right around the corner, and plenty of Ramadan menu tastings happening, I’m trying my best to eat clean (especially the days I work from my home office).
Ladies and gentlemen, I give to you these beautifully satisfying healthy Tropic Fruit Spring Rolls–TADAAAA!
Here’s what you’ll need:
For fruit rolls:
- Any fruit you’ve got on hand, sliced very thinly. I used bananas, kiwis, orange and strawberries
- Rice paper
- 1/3 a cup of cultured yogurt
- Organic maple syrup (to taste)
- 1 tablespoon of organic turmeric powder
How to make ’em:
- Fill up a big ol’ bowl of hot water and leave to cool down just enough for you to be able to put your hands in it and not boil your fingertips
- Grab your rice papers and submerge in the water for about 30 seconds or until the edges start to curl up a bit
- Carefully take the rice paper out of the water and place it on a plate
- Layer your fruits on to the rice paper
- Start rolling by bring in the sides and roll
- For the sauce, dump all the sauce ingredients into a little bowl and mix
- Serve, grab and dunk in sauce–good times..