Learn to Make Your Own Authentic Nigerian Spring Rolls

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Spring rolls have become a great party favorite in Nigeria. When you talk about Nigerian small chops, spring rolls usually make the top of the list.

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Recently my husband and I just decided to hang out one evening and we chilled with fresh juice and spring rolls. They looked so delicious and appetizing, until I bit into it and was so disappointed 🙁

The spring roll wrap was bland and the filling was not any better. I hadn’t tasted rolls that bad in a while. I like spring rolls and such abuse of this queen of Nigerian small chops was not to be tolerated! So I went looking for a great recipe.

If you’re like me and you want to try your hands on this pastry, then this recipe from We Eat African is worth a try. I browsed through other recipes and they seemed a little complicated. This one from We Eat African looked a bit more straightforward.

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How to make spring rolls

Prep time:  40 mins
Cook time: 20 mins
Makes:        25 spring rolls

• 1 Small Carrot
• ¼ Small Cabbage
• ¼ Small bunch Spring onions
• 5 Green runner beans
• Vegetable oil for deep frying

The awesome thing about this Asian snack is that you really can put practically whatever you want in the filling. Some people use noodles, some use minced meat, while others prefer to keep things vegetarian, like the recipe we’re using here. So feel free to experiment.

Visit We Eat African blog to get the full recipe…click here. And don’t forget to check out their recipe for spring rolls wrap. That might come in handy if you can’t readily buy the pre-made wraps where you are.

I’ll definitely be trying it out myself. If you do make yours, let us know okay? 😉

Do you have a recipe for this Nigerian small chops? Share with us in the comments. Thanks!



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