Mango & Shrimp Spring Rolls

Mango & Shrimp Spring Rolls
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The refreshing flavors of summer are brought together in these tasty spring rolls.
40 min
Prep Time
45 min
Total Time
6 servings



2 tablespoons
Land O Lakes® Butter
8 ounces
medium raw peeled, deveined shrimp, tails removed, thawed, if frozen

Teriyaki Sauce

1 tablespoon
1 tablespoon
soy sauce
1 tablespoon
seasoned rice vinegar
1 tablespoon
hoisin sauce
1 tablespoon
firmly packed brown sugar
1/4 teaspoon
finely chopped fresh garlic
1/8 teaspoon
freshly grated gingerroot*

Dipping Sauce

1/4 cup
seasoned rice vinegar
2 tablespoons
1/2 teaspoon
sesame oil
1/8 teaspoon
crushed red pepper

Spring Rolls

6 (8- to 9-inch)
rice paper spring roll wrappers
6 large
fresh cilantro sprigs or 12 small sprigs
ripe mango, cut into 12 thin 1/8-inch strips
12 large
fresh mint leaves
2 tablespoons
chopped peanuts
*Substitute pinch of ground ginger.


  1. Melt butter in 10-inch nonstick skillet over medium-high heat until sizzling. Add shrimp; cook 2-3 minutes or until shrimp turn pink. Transfer cooked shrimp to bowl; set aside.
  2. Combine all teriyaki sauce ingredients in 1 1/2-quart saucepan; cook over medium heat 4-5 minutes or until liquid is reduced to thick sauce. Pour over shrimp; toss to coat. Cover; refrigerate 20 minutes or until chilled.
  3. Combine all dipping sauce ingredients in bowl; set aside.
  4. Fill 12-inch pie plate or large shallow bowl with warm water. Place 1 spring roll wrapper into water; let stand 1-2 minutes or until softened. Remove wrapper from water. Place onto clean work surface. Place 1 or 2 sprigs cilantro in center of wrapper. Top with 3 to 4 chilled shrimp, 2 strips mango, 2 mint leaves and 1 teaspoon chopped peanuts.
  5. Fold opposite sides of wrapper over filling. Starting at bottom, tightly roll to enclose filling. Cover spring roll with lightly moistened paper towels. Continue filling remaining wrappers, working one at a time.
  6. Serve fresh spring rolls with dipping sauce.

Recipe Tips

- Have all spring roll filling ingredients ready to go when starting spring roll assembly. Rice paper can be very fragile. Roll up filling contents carefully so that filling does not tear softened spring roll wrapper.

- Rolling up spring rolls is similar to rolling up a burrito.

- Dry rice paper can break easily. Start with an unbroken piece of rice paper to have the best results.

- Spring rolls can be made 1-2 hours in advance. Place spring rolls on plate; cover with moistened paper towel. Store in refrigerator until ready to cut and serve.

- Mirin is a condiment made from rice, often found in Japanese recipes. It adds sweetness and flavor. Mirin can be found in the Asian or gourmet section of large supermarkets as well as Asian markets.

Nutrition Facts (1 serving)

Dietary Fiber

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