Thursday, 23 August 2018

Baked Sesame Vegetable Spring Rolls

How to make Baked Sesame Spring Rolls | Baked Sesame Spring Rolls are a scrumptious and tasty Indo-Chinese appetiser or anytime snack that are homemade too. They are packed with freshness and flavours.  These are baked, so of course, you can indulge in more. Just don't forget to enjoy while they are HOT and dip in a sweet and spicy sauce!

Baked Sesame Spring Rolls are a scrumptious and tasty Indo-Chinese appetiser or anytime snack that are homemade too. They are packed with freshness and flavours.  These are baked, so of course, you can indulge in more. Just don't forget to enjoy while they are HOT and dip in a sweet and spicy sauce!


These super tasty crispy and flaky spring rolls are prepared with delicious stir-fried vegetables that are cooked in Indo-Chinese sauces and stuffed in filo or spring roll pastry and made into rolls, sprinkled with sesame seeds and baked in the oven till golden brown. Definitely, my vegan baked sesame spring rolls are a healthier alternative to deep-fried ones!


Spring Rolls originated from China, usually eaten during spring festivals, as the new ingredients are used in this recipe are available as soon as spring appears. In China, they welcomed this dish with both hands as they thought of it as a change from the eating preserved food for the long winter months.  Mostly spring rolls are savoury and prepared with spring vegetables such as cabbage, carrots and spring onions.

Baked Sesame Spring Rolls are a scrumptious and tasty Indo-Chinese appetiser or anytime snack that are homemade too. They are packed with freshness and flavours.  These are baked, so of course, you can indulge in more. Just don't forget to enjoy while they are HOT and dip in a sweet and spicy sauce!


In India, Indo-Chinese cuisine is hugely popular, people had taken inspiration from the Chinese cuisine and adapted taste to suit the Indian palette and is now available in most Indian restaurants. So obviously, spices and spicy sauce are included in the recipe.

More Indo-Chinese Recipes:- Mixed sauce spicy vegetable noodles | Soya Veg Manchurian | Schezwan Potatoes | Chilli Mogo | Chilli Paneer |

Maybe I am so late to post a spring roll recipe on my space, well better late than never! There was a reason behind why I didn't post the recipe of spring rolls here although I knew how to make it. My both children weren't so hot about this dish until I recently made Indo-Chinese thali and as part of the thali, I thought of making Baked Sesame Vegetable Spring Rolls once again, and both children and husband were so happy so I thought now it's a right time to give these beauties a proper place on my blog.

Baked Sesame Spring Rolls are a scrumptious and tasty Indo-Chinese appetiser or anytime snack that are homemade too. They are packed with freshness and flavours.  These are baked, so of course, you can indulge in more. Just don't forget to enjoy while they are HOT and dip in a sweet and spicy sauce!


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Baked Sesame Vegetable Spring Rolls

prep time: 1 hourcook time: 30 minstotal time: 1 hours and 30 mins
Baked Sesame Spring Rolls are a scrumptious and tasty Indo-Chinese appetiser or anytime snack that are homemade too. They are packed with freshness and flavours.

ingredients:

12-15 filo or spring roll pastry
Cornflour slurry 
2 tbsp. oil

Filling

100g julienne  carrots
100g shredded cabbage
50g courgette spaghetti
1/2 bunch spring onion cut lengthwise
1 small onion cut lengthwise
1 tbsp. minced ginger-garlic 
1 tbsp. sesame or peanut oil
2 tbsp. sesame seeds
1 tbsp. dark soy sauce
1 tbsp. schezwan sauce
1 tbsp. sweet chilli sauce
1/2 tsp. chinese five spice powder
Salt to taste
1 tbsp. freshly chopped coriander 

instructions:

Heat a wok for a couple of minutes then add 1 tbsp. oil.
Once oil heated add ginger-garlic, sesame seeds and plain onion.
Saute for a couple of minutes, add carrots, cabbage and courgette. 
Stir-fry veggies for 3 minutes on a high heat, then add five spice powder and all the sauces.
Add a little salt and mix everything well.
Turn off the heat and add coriander leaves.
Leave it to cool.

Make Spring Rolls

Preheat the oven to gas mark 6-7.
Place a one filo or spring roll pastry on a worktop in the shape of a diamond.
Put the one tbsp. of filling in the lower centre of the pastry, horizontally. 
Fold the bottom corner over the filling tightly.
Now fold the left corner into the middle of the roll.
Fold the right corner into the middle of the roll, so right meets the left.
Now you'll have an envelope.
Roll the bottom up until you reach to the edge.
On the triangle edge, apply little cornflour slurry and seal the edge.
Repeat the same procedure with remaining filo sheets and make more rolls.
Place all of them on a baking sheet, brush all of them with remaining oil and sprinkle sesame seeds.
Bake 18-20 minutes or until light golden brown.
Serve hot with sweet chilli sauce.
Enjoy! 

NOTES:

If you can't find Chinese five spice powder, use white pepper powder.
These rolls can freeze as long as the pastry you have used is fresh and not frozen.
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29 comments:

  1. Spring rolls look crispy and inviting.. Feel like grabbing a couple of them. Yummy yummy

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  2. How prefect they looks, seriously cant believe they are not deep fried, how neatly they have browned na, those baked spring rolls rocks yaar. Wish i could grab some from my lappy screen.

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  3. These spring rolls look so perfect that can't make it that these are baked and not fried. Apt for guilt-free indulgence.

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  4. They look so delicious Jagruti! As always stunning photography. Have you also tried fresh rice paper spring rolls? They don't need to be baked or fried.

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  5. My hubby is sitting next to me and I'm trying to hide your tempting pictures as he loves spring rolls made using film pastry or the spring roll wrappers you get there. We have to make samosa Patti and make spring rolls. Baking them makes its such a guilt free snack.

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  6. Wow Jagruti rolls looks so perfect and delish. I love spring rolls but never made at home. We don't get filo here otherwise I have to try it today. Loved its not fried but baked. Totally guilt free. Awesome share dear 😊

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  7. Never knew the healthier version of spring rolls. How perfectly baked and beautiful they look. It is a must try recipe. Great share...

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  8. beautiful captures.. Love Spring rolls but not made since so long. mouth is watering now . Loved your baked version. amazing share. surely wanna try

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  9. Perfect Guilt free indulgence with these baked nd delicately rolled treats Jagruthi. I simply find them irresistable

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  10. Wow the spring rolls look so crisp and flavorful. Never thought of baking them....would love to try out this healthy version.

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  11. Oh my gosh these spring rolls are making me drool over the screen right now😋😋😋 just too yum and as they are baked and not fried so can enjoy them guilt free loved the sprinkle of sesame seeds on top.

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  12. A perfect homemade healthy snack. Though I said many times, once again, it's a stunning photograph. I would love to try. It's hard to find filo or roll pastry sheet here. I have been thinking to make a pastry sheet at home. When I do, this recipe would be on top of my list.

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  13. Spring rolls look absolutely irresistible Jagruti ! Loved that they are baked ..the filling sounds very flavorful and you have shaped them perefectly. Beautiful presentation as always !

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  14. spring rolls is my weakness, how did you control yourself taking picture without munching. Looking so tempting and mouthwatering.

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  15. Such lovely spring rolls, wish to grab a few. You are reminding me to make these soon Jagruti, lovely share.

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  16. Wow, Jagruti the photos are stunning. :) :) And its a baked one even more superb. :) :)

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  17. I LOVE the fact these are BAKED. What a fun appetizer to start any party. I know the dinner guests will devour this in a flash.

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  18. These look so flakey, crispy and delicious! Love spring rolls and pretty sure I could make a meal out of just these :)

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  19. Spring rolls are one of my absolute favorite appetizers. But there's no way I would try frying them. I will definitely attempt these since they're baked!

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  20. When I make these I will have to hide them from my husband or he will eat every last one before I even get one bite! Not gonna let that happen!

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  21. Are the spring roll sheets/ phyllo dough vegan?

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  22. These crisp flaky sesame spring rolls are looking fabulous and tempting.My son wants to have these right now looking at these awesome pics.Need to make them soon now.Wonderful share.

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  23. We LOVE spring rolls but have never made them at home. This recipe looks fantastic! I have most of these ingredients in the kitchen because I'd planned to try to make spring rolls next week. Now I don't have to find a recipe.

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  24. Such a lovely little nibble! And baking makes them so much easier...

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  25. I love snacking on spring rolls at parties or appetizers at a restaurant. I'm excite to have a chance to make these at home.

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  26. Oh yum, these look so good! I love egg rolls and spring rolls, but have never tried to tackle them at home. This recipe looks easy, and so delicious. I'm going to have to give these a try

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  27. I want all of these! I love spring rolls, so crispy and crunchy with the perfect pop of flavor on the inside. I've never attempted to make them at home but it looks like fun!

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  28. These look so good - and I love that they are baked instead of fried. I love taking restaurant favorites and making them healthier at home!

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  29. These look so delicious and perfect for a healthier snacking option. I'm always on a lookout for easy-healthy recipes and this fits right in :)

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