Recipe for Spring Rolls

Prep Time:

40 minutes

Cook Time:

8-12 minutes
Get ready for Spring with these delicious Spring Rolls. Super simple and great as part of a cocktail platter.

Ingredients(4-6)

  • 15ml SPAR sunflower oil
  • 1 SPAR Freshline onion, finely diced
  • 500g SPAR chicken mince
  • 1 sachet SPAR cream of chicken soup
  • 30ml Thai green curry paste
  • 30ml SPAR sweet chilli sauce
  • 1 SPAR Freshline carrot, peeled and grated
  • 60ml SPAR Freshline fresh coriander, chopped
  • 1 x 300g pack spring roll pastry
  • SPAR oil for frying

For the sweet chilli mayo

  • 125ml SPAR mayonnaise
  • 60ml SPAR sweet chilli sauce

Method

  1. Heat 15ml oil in a frying pan and fry the onion until soft.
  2. Add the chicken mince and cook, stirring to break up the lumps.
  3. Stir in the contents of the sachet of cream of chicken soup, Thai green curry paste, sweet chilli sauce and carrots.
  4. Allow to cook for a further 10 - 15 minutes, stirring occasionally then remove from the heat, stir the coriander through and allow to cool.
  5. Place a sheet of spring roll pastry onto a clean work surface. Spoon about two tablespoons of the chicken mixture into the corner of the pastry closest to you.
  6. Brush the corners and edges with water to seal.
  7. Roll up the pastry to enclose the filling, folding in the sides as you go.
  8. Heat oil in a wok or pan and fry the spring rolls in batches until golden brown. Remove from the oil and drain on paper towel. Serve immediately.
  9. To make the sweet chilli mayo, combine the mayonnaise and sweet chilli sauce.

Hints and Tips

These spring rolls make super party food.  They can be made and frozen before you fry them.  Remove from freezer and cook from frozen.

Save for later

Email this recipe's ingredients
Click here to enter an extra message...

Share on facebook

  • Chicken thighs marinated in a sticky, sweet honey and mustard mix and then grilled to perfection. Serve with some fresh, grilled mielies and an avocado salad for a fantastic and budget-beating braai evening.
  • Treat yourselves to homemade ice cream with a creamy tang; perfect on a warm day.
  • A rich and satisfying comfort dish that the whole family will love.
  • Serve glasses of this chilled alcoholic drink to guests or work colleagues at the office party, as a creamy, all-in-one alternative, to coffee, dessert and liqueur.
  • This is one time when you may eat a whole cake to yourself!
  • This is a salad with a difference. Use lasagne sheets to wow your guests or family.
  • After a braai, make use of the hot coals to cook this delicious almond and pear pudding.
  • Chickpeas serve an interesting role of wheat flour-substitute in this recipe, and deliver a nutty taste too!
  • Your choice of fish, fresh mussels and juicy prawns with a fragrant rice and a hint of chili and lime.
  • Kids love these for casual, around-the pool lunchtime snacks, or pop them onto a braai for a nice change. Serve with some oven chips and don’t forget the paper napkins for sticky fingers!
  • A family supper with a difference, for those that love seafood.
  • Combining the winning benefits of broccoli and forms of dairy in one crunchy supper salad!
  • A lightning fast meal that looks and tastes like it took more than the 15 minutes you'll spend preparing it!
  • The ever popular, mild but full of flavour, vegetable curry recipe from Kloof KWIKSPAR in KZN.
  • A delicious warm vegetable bake – just the thing to enjoy as the weather cools down.
  • Delight guests with an elegant pasta meal full of seafood flavours in a tomato and olive based sauce. Simply throw the ingredients into a wok and in 20 minutes, you will be ready to serve.
  • At month-end with your food budget possibly taking strain, surprise your family with this delicious, economical meal.
  • A colourful, spicy and satisfying sausage dish that will become a family favourite.
  • A different take on Christmas cake - mini fruit cupcakes topped with a cream cheese vanilla frosting. Hydrangeas are also known as the Christmas flower in South Africa as they bloom at Christmastime.
  • This interesting combination of flavours and textures makes this refreshing chilled soup unique and perfect for a steamy South African Christmas Day.
  • No need to reserve fish fingers for a kiddies meal with chips - consider a change using fish fingers as the basis for a hearty family meal.
  • Colourful chicken skewers, interlaced with onions and peppers and seasoned with a rich tikka masala marinade.
  • This muffin contains vegetables, potatoes, cheese and fresh herbs for a lunch that will really fill you up. Great for active kids who need a lot of energy during the day.
  • This simple but different potjie is a delicious treat to enjoy with those you love.
  • Pancakes are so easy to mix and cook, and with a few pans going at the same time, you can produce several dozen in a short time. If you have several crepe pans, why not turn your kitchen into the party venue and let guests cook and flip their own pancakes before filling and rolling up with their choice of sweet and savoury fillers.
  • Crispy coated chicken served with a creamy, cheesy dip.
  • You can do without the egg yolks, cream and rich ingredients, and still enjoy this classic given a lighter twist.
  • This tasty salad is packed with vitamins, minerals, protein and healthy fats. Perfect anytime but especially good for expectant mothers.
  • Really easy to make biscuits for an anytime treat. Try two sandwiched together with a spread of vanilla ice cream for a quick summer dessert.
  • A delicious cross between carrot cake and banana loaf, topped with a rich, cream cheese icing.

Have you tried this recipe?