Avocado Rolls

Both of us cant resist buying an avocado every week, we love to use it in a koshimbir K makes which I will post soon. I started of using it in chapatis , then guacamole , then as a major ingredient in sandwiches and now these rolls. Quick and easy and always a pleasure to eat , they are common at the parties hosted by us for people who especially love fried food. I cant keep my hands off them and cant wait to finish them. So this was the last thing I made during my fried food phase and decided to end it once for all before I put on oodles of weight , because I wont stop eating just one.

For the filling :

1 Haas Avocado

1 tablespoon of red onion

1 green chilli chopped finely

A squirt of lemon juice

salt and a pinch of chilli powder


1. Remove the pith of the avocado and with the back of a fork , make it mushy , Mix all the above ingriedents , sprinkle lemon juice and keep aside.

For the rolls :

Take a spring roll wrapper and place the filling in the middle and use this procedure to wrap the roll.

2. Heat Oil in a wok on medium heat and fry the rolls for about 2-3 minutes on both sides. remove and serve hot!


14 thoughts on “Avocado Rolls

  1. Madhuram says:

    Dee I thought I would have missed a couple of your posts! It’s like avocado samosa. For diet conscious people, I think baking is also a nice option. Earlier I have stuffed potato stuffing in the spring roll wrappers and have baked it, which was good.

  2. Vaishali says:

    I can just imagine the great play of textures here: the crunch of the fried wrappers and the smooth creaminess of the avocado with the sharp snap of the red onion. Love it.

  3. Soma says:

    Ohhhhh! these looks absolutely gorgeous. I love anything avacado. I have avacado right now but no springrolls. ahve to get them and try this out very soon.

    This is a great website. and great pictures too!

    I am very new to the blog world. do come and visit me whenever u can make time. Thanks

  4. ItaliaRican Kitchen says:

    I’m glad you liked my spring roll video enough to put it on your site.

    Would you be so kind as to add my blog to your blogroll? I’ll be happy to do the same. I’ve never eaten or cooked Indian food but after browsing your site, I just might try a recipe or two.



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