International Thermomix Recipes

Vietnamese rolls and sweet and sour sauce in Thermomix

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At home you love preparing and enjoying recipes from other countries. For that reason, the one that we propose today will be interesting for you: Vietnamese rolls and sweet and sour sauce in Thermomix.

It is an Asian dish, originally from Vietnam, which has become a true delicacy for many people around the world. This recipe calls for bean sprouts

Vietnamese rolls and sweet and sour sauce in Thermomix

Vietnamese rolls and sweet and sour sauce in Thermomix

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International Thermomix Recipes

Ingredients

  • For the sauce:
  • 1 teaspoon cornstarch
  • 210 grams of water
  • 63 grams of sugar
  • 21 grams of ketchup
  • 42 grams of rice vinegar
  • 10.5 grams of soy sauce
  • For the rolls:
  • 12 rice wafers for rolls
  • 65 grams of chopped carrot
  • 1 dash of lemon juice
  • 210 grams of chopped crab sticks
  • 45 grams of arugula
  • 75 grams of cucumber chopped
  • 55 grams of chives chopped
  • 55 grams of bean sprouts
  • 130 grams of chopped avocado
  • 12 lettuce leaves
  • 7 sprigs of fresh coriander

Preparation

  1. When you have gathered all those ingredients, follow the steps below:
  2. To make the sauce, pour all its ingredients into the glass and program to
  3. speed 2 / Varoma temperature / 5 minutes.
  4. Reservation.
  5. For the rolls, add the cucumber, chives, carrots, coriander, arugula, avocado, lemon juice and bean sprouts to the glass. Program a
  6. speed 5/4 seconds.
  7. Then, put the sticks in the glass and move it all well with the spatula.
  8. With each wafer, follow the following procedure: put it in hot water for a few seconds, take it out and put a lettuce leaf on top and a few tablespoons of the contents of the glass. Roll it up and serve with the sauce.


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