BBQ Pork Rice Paper Rolls (GF)

I just made these for dinner and they were sooooo delicious! i was shocked to find nothing left at the end of the meal! i wanted to record what i put on the pork so I didn't forget ;)

1 pork fillet
3-4 chopped garlic cloves
juice of half a lemon
ground black pepper
around 2 tabs fish sauce
1 tab brown sugar
around 1+ tspn five spice powder

mix all ingredients and marinade from 30 mins to overnight
BBQ fillet until cooked to your preference
let rest 5 minutes then slice

1/2 cup raw peanuts
1/2 bottle gluten free hoisin sauce (we used Ayams brand)
around 1 tspn sesame oil
rice paper
1/2 packet rice vermicelli
1 large cucumber, julienned
1 carrot, grated (optional, i don't like this but my family do)
shredded lettuce
fresh coriander
fresh vietnamese mint leaves
fresh mint leaves

dry fry the peanut over a medium heat. let cool then rub the skins off and chop coarsely
place in a small bowl, add hoisin sauce and sesame oil and mix well

dip 2 rice papers into a bowl of boiling water (obviously don't let small children do this part!)
place on a plate and top with small amounts of each filling inlcuding the sauce mix, fold the bottom side over, fold the ends in and then tightly roll up. eat :)

NB usually you woud have a dipping sauce with the rolls, but we find this the easiest way to eat them with children :)

video on how to roll ;)


Jo Whitton said...

That sounds really yummy! I'd have to cook the pork in a pan though - don't have a BBQ. Good recipe!

Thermomixer said...

Yeah - good recipe. Love rolls. Have so much rice paper wrappers waiting to be used after a trip to Viet grocers.