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Shrimp Spring Rolls

Updated: Mar 6, 2021

Get your shrimp on with these amazing spring rolls. They are perfect for gatherings or just to make a couple for yourself as you go!

Prep Time: 20 minutes

Serving Size: 4


Welcome back to my blog friends! This recipe is soooooo delicious. I’ve had spring rolls from Thai restaurants before but these freshly made rolls are going to fill the pit of your stomach with happiness!

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I went to a friends house one night and they were making these Shrimp Spring Rolls for dinner. I was like what is this?!? After they were all wrapped and ready to eat we all sat down to enjoy them with different sauces available to dip them in. It’s safe to say that not many words were coming out of my mouth because I was being a mindful eater. MMmmmm, I couldn’t stop raving so I asked permission to share this wonderful recipe with my followers and got the go ahead. Hope you guys enjoy this recipe as much as I do.



3 carrots

2 cups arugula

3 cucumbers

16 oz cooked deveined shrimp

12 oz fine rice vermicelli

12 oz rice paper


1) Thaw package of shrimp in cold water. 2) Prepare rice noodles according to package.

3) Wash and prep vegetables. Peel carrots and cucumbers.

4) Cut carrots in 1/4” sticks and cucumbers in to medium spears.

5) Rinse rice paper in cool water until you can see through it and it is flexible.

6) Lay rice paper on a cutting board then add ingredients in the following order; rice noodles, carrots, cucumbers, arugula and top with shrimp.

7) Wrap paper tightly around filling from bottom edge, roll once, then fold sides in.

8) Continue rolling to seal the spring roll.

9) Immediately serve with your Shrimp Spring Roll with your choice of dipping sauce and Enjoy!


I like to use peanut sauce, hoisin sauce or cocktail sauce; depending on my taste buds at the time. Some highly favored sauces can be found on or you can check your local grocery store. Try to stay away from anything with a lot of persevatives and check label for any food allergies such as gluten or nuts. I opted for cocktail sauce as I should avoid peanuts and I can’t have gluten which that was in the available hoisin sauce. I found some gluten-free hoisin sauce on Amazon afterwards.


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Rebekah Mays, RN


Stay tuned for more blogs on how to integrate Ayurveda into your daily life with herbal teas, recipes and self care techniques. Take my Dosha Type quiz to learn which type of foods you should me eating for your mind & body. Knowing your dosha will help you better understand yourself as a whole. Learn to journal before bed or when you get a quiet alone time. If you don’t feel like you have alone time, make it a priority and find that time. Negotiate with family members if need be. Everyone needs that time for self reflection because it helps us let go of stress and really evaluate our mental clarity and goals in life.

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