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Baked Vegetable Spring Rolls Recipe

Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu!

In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

I hope you’re well and have had a good start to the week.   I’m sorry to let you worry about me, but these days I’m a bit busy.  As you know study study study. lol 😀 I am madly busy with my assignments. Sorry for this post being late.

My class got cancelled today. Glad I get a chance to breathe. So I decide to write a post for my lovely reader’s. Last week, I made these Veggie rolls ( Baked Version) to give myself a break from ‎assignment work. They are very easy to prepare and tastes absolutely delicious! I had too much fun making this. 

baked veggie rolls
Take a Break and bake Some Veggie Rolls 🙂

These yummlicious veggie rolls are healthy and very filling. And they smell amazing when they’re baking. They crisped up fine in the oven. The only problem is that three wrappers have 180 calories! What!???? That’s a lot. I ate 3 rolls anyway. 😛 😉 They are ready in only 35 minutes and you can use your favorite veggies.

Baked Veggie Rolls Recipe
Photo: Baked Veggie Rolls Recipe

You could fry these, too, but I was trying to keep them healthy. I hope you all give this Baked Veggie Rolls recipe a try and let me know how they turn out!

Baked Veggie Rolls 

So let the fun begin!

  1. First Prepare Veggie Filling: Heat a small amount of oil in a wok over medium heat. Add giner and garlic. Saute until fragrant. Might you think, it’s a stupid instruction, isn’t it? Tell you what, just cook your garlic few seconds until they’re soft-ish.
  2. Now add green peas, red beans and corns. Cook for 2-3 minutes or until they are soft.Add remaining veggies and add a splash of vingear. Stir fry for few minutes. You can add soy sauce or any store bought sauce etc. But I didn’t add it. As I try to avoid artifical ingredients to follow my journey towards clean eating. 🙂
    Sprinkle black pepper, red chili, and maybe a little salt if you need it. If you want to use fresh herbs then I think that would be lovely.
  3. Stir well and Let everything simmer for a couple of minutes, but don’t let everything get overly soft because you still have to stuff and bake your rolls.
  4. Take the mixture into a bowl and let it cool for few minutes. Once everything is cool, you can either proceed to stuffing the rolls, or cover your bowl and put everything in the fridge overnight. If you do refrigerate the veggie mixture, be sure to bring it room temperature before stuffing your rolls.
  5. When you’re ready to stuff your rolls, be sure your stuffing mixture and wrappers are at room temperature. You’ll want a clean work surface for this part and a bowl of water nearby.
  6. Don’t be intimidated by this part. You just want the rolls to hold the yummy stuffing in. They don’t need to be perfect. And, frankly, if someone is going to judge you on how pretty your spring rolls are, then you probably shouldn’t be feeding them. lol 😛
  7. Preheat an oven for 200 degree C and brush a baking sheet with oil.
  8. Place a wrapper out in a diamond shape on your work surface.Put a tablespoons of filling in the center of the wrapper. I under-stuffed these rolls, so they turned out chewier that I would have liked. However, you don’t want to stuff them so full that they split open. It’s a delicate balance.
  9. Bring the bottom point of your wrapper up over the filling and tuck it under as tight as you can. Fold the sides over and shape into a roll.
  10. Moisten the edges of the top flap slightly with water and roll the roll over, pressing the point on the underside of the roll to seal it.
  11. Put on a lightly oiled baking sheet and repeat this method the rest of your rolls.
  12. Lightly brush the tops of the rolls with egg-wash and sprinkle sesame seeds over them.
  13. Bake in the preheated oven for 20 minutes or until they turn golden brown. This took my oven around 22-25 minutes.
  14. You can eat these veggie rolls with tamari or soy sauce, but we prefer sweet and sour sauce.
    Ready !!
Baked Veggie Rolls Recipe
Photo: Baked Veggie Rolls Recipe

Sorry I din’t get step by step picture as I was hungry and on in a hurry to eat 😛

Check it out the Baked Veggie Rolls Recipe and printable version below!!

Keep me in your duas please, and have a lovely week,

Wasalaam!

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63 comments

Daina says:

Hello, for all time i used to check webpage posts here early in the dawn, since i enjoy to find out more and more.

Opal says:

my fav.. I was browsing this during my lunch.. still I am very hungry seeing this pic..

Alif says:

This recipe was awesome. I made it for a gathering yesterday and it was a huge hit!! Thanks to you….

nezzie says:

I love the light golden colour of ur rolls – gorgeous! 😉

Lylah says:

This is perfectly baked rolls; my mouth is watering at the thought. 😀

Mrs. Riyaan says:

I attempted fried rolls many times but Can’t wait to try this baked variation, thanks for posting the recipe!

Amina says:

I tried your recipe and my family loved these baked rolls.. Thank you -:)
Your pics are too good.

Thats great Amina!! So happy to hear that, thanks for the feedback :-))

My pleasure, hope you like it!

nisha says:

My my..this is just amazing bushuoo!!! Loved the rolls and the clicks. Its just too good. The colour and presentation is THE BEST!
love u gal.

KATE says:

OH WOW! This looks so perfect for summer! I am loving every single bit of this!!! YUM! I love rolls!

saman says:

They look perfect. Am planning on making these and hope they come out as nice looking as your

Thanks so much and I hope they turned out well!

JEANNIE says:

I’d like chicken mince and veggies in mine. I love baked rolls, much lighter and crisper than fried rolls.

Jennifer says:

I needed to many thanks for this good read!! I absolutely enjoyed every little it. I’ve got you book-marked to consider new stuff you post. I would like to ask can rice wrappers be used as a gluten free alternative ?

Definitely rice wrappers are good gf alternative (y)

Kattie says:

Hello! Your instructions are so perfect! It was my first time trying to make anything like it and they were absolutely fantastic. will freeze the left over ingredients to make another batch!

Bennie says:

Your simple fried rolls are my go-to, so I’m excited to try this even more perfect nd healthier version! Thanks

anikaa says:

Looks amazing! I’m definitely making this recipe ASAP and Good luck WITH your studies 🙂

anika hope they turned as good as mine _ many thanks for the good wishes

Teena says:

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Maryam AlShamsi says:

girl i love you . munching on yummy food. By the way do I need to precook the ingredients for the filling first before wrapping them? Many thanks!

I precook the ingredients first, just a quick stir fry to season and cook. Otherwise you run the risk of under cooked interior and burnt skin.

MURRAY says:

Question, not a comment. What are the cooking instruction if frozen? Do you have to thaw or can you baked from frozen?

baked from frozen. Just add an additional minute or so – it all depends on how thick your rolls are… since the filling is already well cooked, you don’t need to be so precise on timing. As long as the rolls turn crispy and golden, and the filling inside is hot, you’re good.

Important Tip: Don’t try to defrost first – you’ll end up ruining the spring rolls. Just slide them in very carefully in frozen state.

Marina says:

Can these be made ahead and frozen?

Yes. Store them in a zip-log bag or an airtight container. 🙂

zarnish says:

Hello bushrah, I made these today. Simple and easy to make and taste great. This recipe is definitely a keeper, thankyou.

amna says:

Looks like a lot of work, and in a hot kitchen too, but also looks super yummy and healthy alternative of fried rolls. Thanks for a new take!

Ellen says:

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Cristina Vallejo says:

Nothing like the smell of rolls baking away in the oven ????????

true, wish we could send smells through social media!

zaib says:

Life seems so much beautiful with some fresh baked rolls

Helen Neale says:

Baked rolls with veggies, Pretty to plate, yum to eat!

Cosmic Queen says:

I baked rolls! Woo, they taste fantastic! Thanks

Alex says:

I like my spring rolls with shrimp and lots of herbs!

Mizna Shahid says:

hi bushrah, Hows u doing now? Hope everything is fine with your health now.
may Allah keep your health good and bless your all happiness. Do reply pls

salam, mizna !! alhumdulillah i am good. thanks for the lovely duas ♥

fateema says:

good to hear from you after a long time

heena shabir says:

Can these be rolled ahead and frozen? I’m planning appetizers for my son birthday party and am looking for things I can make ahead. I”ve made your pita pockets on multiple occasions and they are fantastic! Thanks

Yes! Roll ahead, freeze in a single layer. I put them on a paper plate, then put paper plate into a freezer bag. When ready to bake, don’t defrost, just gently slide them on the baking tray and add an extra minute or so.

Paulie Loves Food says:

I love your creations! I just created my own blog ????
Thanks a lot!

Fabulous! Welcome to the blogging world!

Menna says:

Thank you for finally writing after a long break.. I miss your creativity and your non-cliche writing!

Saeeda Mughal says:

you’ve inspired me to start my own cooking blog on blogspot…wish me luck! Pls. I love your blog 🙂

Kelsey ‏ says:

I love your sense of humor and your cooking

Tracey says:

What’s up, just wished to mention, I liked this article. Go on posting!

Kattie says:

BUSHRA you’re so cute i love your cooking

yasmeen says:

love the veggie filling with some cheese in perfect rolls ???? bushrah, Keep up to date the superb works I’ve included you to my own, personal blogroll.

happy to know that you like the recipes posted here and also hope to see you here often. Thank you

Cheryl says:

Looks amazing! Like the one, I’ve eaten in pakistan on Delectable Destinations culinary tour.

Lena says:

These look delicious! Definitely going to make them, thanks for the recipe. 🙂

yes, Lena it is very delicious I love baked veggie rolls

Emma says:

Awesome! Thank you for sharing, that was my favorite meal when I visited Pakistan!

Ahh.. I am honored, Thanks a lot Emma

Mano Billi says:

Aslamykum I tried this jazakAllah for the awesome recipes..everyone enjoyed…

Kelly @ Nosh and Nourish says:

I love these! Such a fun idea and I know my family would love them!

The Food Librarian says:

Wow! These look awesome! Thank you for sharing. Blogging is fun, isn’t it!?

Melanie says:

These veggie rolls look great. I love your recipes

I only wish I had more time to blog. Seems like I can only manage 1 or 2 times a week. I love it though and blogs like yours are a real inspiration to novice bloggers like me!

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