We made a filling from rice noodles, spring onion, garlic, shredded carrot and leftover cooked chicken breast, seasoned with sesame oil and soy sauce. I fried the spring rolls while she carried on valiantly, filling a huge number of wrappers for the hungry crowd.
It didn’t take very long to cook them, though I was only able to do a few at a time in the cast-iron wok. This is a wok I got in Canada years ago, at Canadian Tire. Gee, I miss all the cool cast iron cookware so readily available in Canadian stores! Here everything is non-stick these days, definitely not my fave.
After the cooking we rolled out what seemed like lunch after lunch, sandwich rolls, spring rolls, cut up fruit, all arranged in boxes. I was going to photograph all the boxes but didn’t get a chance! Everyone was starving.
This was my lunch, I did manage to hold back long enough to get a shot!
Notice the lovely little tomatoes…Santana’s mum brought a box of “tomato medley” from her supermarket. I must find out where she got them, they were really tasty and love the cute colours! Mmm…hot spring rolls for lunch! I hope Santana comes by to cook again sometime soon! 🙂