Saturday, May 30, 2009


Healthy food is always welcomed, even more if it's yummy. The oriental roll is delish, light, with a irresistible savor of chinese food. You can ear it with your hands like an entree, but if you want, you can serve it with a salad, it'll be the meal. The bitter flavor of arugula disappears, a perfect camouflage for kids. Sometimes is really good vary the unimaginative day by day salad and try these appetizing rolls. The taste will thank you!

200ml lukewarm milk
1 egg white
1 tbsp butter in room temperature
1/4 cup cornstarch
3/4 cup flour
1 tsp salt

250g thinly sliced beef
30ml water
1 cube of beef bouillon
1/2 diced onion
1 grated carrot
Sliced chinese cabbage (approximately 2 cups)
Sesame oil

Liquefy all ingredients in a blender, except arugula. Gradually add arugula until the mixture is the green that you prefer. Make big crepes in a grill or in a lightly greased frying pan. Reserve.

Fry the beef slices in a little oil or butter until is lightly brown. Add water and beef bouillon. Stir very well to dissolve the cube and add onion. Let boil. When there's no water, add the carrot and chinese cabbage. Stir very well and remove from heat. Sprinkle with sesame oil.

To finish
Cut the crepes into four parts, fill, roll very tight and cut the borders. Place in a greased pan. Serve warm.

Serve: 18 rolls


  1. Yum! I love when healthy food tastes great, too. These rolls look super delicious. I can't wait to try them out. Great job!

  2. A unique pancake/crepe that piques my interest. Well done!

  3. I hadn't thought to make my own wraps before. Great, simple recipe. Thanks!

  4. This looks fabulous and you made your own wraps, bravo!

  5. Great job, healthy and simple!

  6. Hi, this looks so delicious. I have an award for you in my blog, come to take it :)

  7. Yummy is not enough :-)
    Great idea for the summer!


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