Cooking With Dr. Sara Solomon: Shrimp Rolls

This savory dish is extremely quick and as simple as it gets. No need to slave away in the kitchen to make a healthy meal. You can enjoy these rolls almost instantly!

Today, we're making my rice paper shrimp rolls! This recipe is awesome because it's going to give you a guaranteed "bellygasm." It's also super quick and easy—it only takes two minutes! News flash: You don't need to spend two hours in the kitchen every night to have an eight-pack!

If you're not into shrimp, you can easily swap it out for chicken or tilapia—it'll just take extra step or two to make.

Moreover, if you like making your own guacamole, more power to you! There aren't any rules that say you have to buy everything pre-made.

So grab a plate and get started. I'm sure you'll like this recipe so much you'll add it to your "super awesome recipes" collection.

Dr. Sara's Shrimp Roll Recipe
Watch The Video - 03:24



Ingredients
Directions
  1. Wet rice paper under tap for 15 seconds, place on plate.
  2. Place half of the Enoki mushrooms, half the broccoli slaw, half the shrimp, and 1 tbsp of guacamole on the rice paper.
  3. Wrap mushrooms, broccoli slaw, shrimp, and guacamole with rice paper.
  4. Repeat process for second roll.
  5. Eat up!
Nutrition Facts
 
Amount per serving
Calories 233
Total Fat 7 g
Total Carbs 22 g
Protein 25 g
Notes
  • Organize everything in advance. Because rice paper is time-sensitive, you'll have to hustle to make these rolls.
  • Rice paper doesn't add much nutritional benefit, but it is a gluten-free and low-calorie way to make your clean eats more like cheat food.
  • I like to use Enoki mushrooms instead of miracle noodles for filling because they offer extra nutritional benefit.
  • I purchased pre-cooked shrimp because I'm lazy and I want to eat right away. You can do the same!

Dr. Sara's Shrimp Rolls PDF (39.4 KB)