DIY Food

Cambodian-Style Spring Rolls Are Fast, Fresh, and Extremely Tasty

August 13, 2015

Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun.

Today: KatieQ and her friend Jandra teach us how to make Cambodian-style spring rolls and a peanutty dipping sauce.


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Aside from loving spring rolls, you don't need much of a reason to make them—but that doesn't mean there aren't a million reasons why you should. Spring rolls are some of the easiest, most convenient, and gosh-darn cutest lunches around. They're self-contained, they're super flavorful, and you can stuff them with just about anything that's fresh. This week, KatieQ and her friend Jandra teach us to make Cambodian-style spring rolls. Once you've mastered them, try out a Vietnamese version, and then pack them for your next in-flight meal.

Have you ever made spring rolls? Share your tips and tricks in the comments.

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1 Comment

boulangere August 13, 2015
I make them often in the spring and summer, and am grateful to the cooks who have made them among the most oft-saved of my recipes on the site. They always take me back to my son's early years.