Shrimp and veggie rice paper wraps

Veggie Rice Paper Wraps

If you’re in the mood for Asian food, when portioned, the Veggie Rice Paper wraps provide a complete meal.  Enjoy this fresh nutrient dense meal with the whole family, as it is sure to be kid approved.

Read on to learn more about the two major components of the Veggie Rice Paper Wraps:


Rice Paper Wraps:

  1. 1 package rice papers
  2. 1 cucumber julienned
  3.  3 carrots julienned
  4. 1 package broccoli slaw (pre packaged julienned broccoli with cabbage and carrots)
  5.  6 sweet peppers julienned
  6. ½ medium onion julienned
  7.  2 avocados slice
  8.  1 bag of spring mix lettuce

Sauce:Shrimp and veggie rice paper wraps

  1. 1.) The juice from 1 orange
  2. 2.) 1 teaspoon Truvia
  3. 3.) 3 tablespoons soy sauce
  4. 4.) 1 tablespoon sesame oil
  5. 5.) 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar
  6. 6.) 1 teaspoon sriracha sauce
  7. 7.) ¼ teaspoon salt.
  8. Allow sauce to sit for 30 minutes prior to eating for flavors to blend.


Cut all vegetables prior to soaking wraps.

Place rice paper in warm water to soften. It takes approximately 30 seconds. Place on towel or we used a sushi wrapping board. Make a line of each vegetable down the middle of the rice paper leaving an inch on each end. Fold ends up and roll rice paper like a burrito. It will stick to itself. Try to roll as tight as possible without ripping paper.

*It does not take a lot of vegetables or shrimp. Less is better.

Serve with spicy orange sauce.

Makes approximately 15 wraps


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Coach Jessica
Coach Jessica

Jessica & Justin Rundle are Spokane natives and the founders of Workout Anywhere (a Northwest fitness training app for busy parents, by busy parents). In addition, the two are the official strength & conditioning coaches for Mt. Spokane High School. To Learn more about Jessica and Justin Rundle, click here: Meet Team RundleFit.

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