Shrimp and Chicken Summer Rolls
The fresh, healthy elegance of Vietnamese cooking is exemplified in these goi cuon, or salad rolls, often called summer rolls. Round, dried rice-paper wrappers, reconstituted in water until soft but still chewy, are stuffed with two sources of lean protein (chicken breast and shrimp), delicate rice noodles and lots of greens. It's the lightest dish on the planet, but full of flavor. Be sure to have extra rice-paper wrappers on hand in case they tear while you're filling them. More Amazing Shrimp Recipes
The dipping sauce can be refrigerated for up to 4 days.
One Roll 144 calories, 1 gm total fat, 0.2 gm saturated fat, 20 gm carb.
Balance the spice in the dipping sauce with the tart, savory fruitiness of a dry German Riesling.