about-me variable
RIT Alumni Association invites you to their webinar

Cooking 101 - How to make Fresh Spring Rolls

About this webinar

Homemade fresh spring rolls with easy peanut dipping Sauce are healthy, adaptable, and make a wonderful light dinner, lunch, or appetizer. A Vietnamese treat! Learn how to make this delicious traditional food from alumnae Anh Karam ’07, ’15, and Sharon Lonthair ’09.

If you want to cook along with them, the ingredients you’ll need are:


Filling:

Lettuce (green/red leaf, or iceberg)

Carrots Julienne/matchstick sliced

Cucumber sliced into small strips

Mint removed stems, use only leaves

Asian/Thai basil, removed stems

Spring Rolls wrapper (Rice paper)

Rice noodles


Dipping Sauce:

Hoisin Sauce

3 tablespoon of Creamy or Crunchy peanut butter

1 bottle of sriracha hot sauce


Protein: choose one or two

Pork loin (boiled and sliced thinly)

Shrimp (cooked, small to medium size)

Fried tofu sliced into small strips**


Peanut-free? Substitute with almond butter or sunflower seed butter.

Gluten-free? There are gluten-free brands of hoisin sauce, check before using it.

Vegetarian or Vegan?  Use fried tofu in place of meat or shrimp

** If you can’t find fried tofu, you can buy the Extra Firm tofu and fry them yourself.  Slice the block of tofu into ¼ inch pieces.  Fry it, then sliced it into strips.  

Hosted by

  • Guest speaker
    SL G
    Sharon Lonthair AVP - Advancement Operations @ Rochester Institute of Technology

  • Team member
    RA T
    RIT Alumni Association

  • Team member
    T
    Lydia Palmer Sr. Director, Marketing & Donor Relations @ RIT Development & Alumni Relations

  • Guest speaker
    AK G
    Anh Karam Director of Advancement Operations @ Rochester Institute of Technology

RIT Alumni Association

Tiger Webinars are an opportunity for RIT alumni to tap into the expertise and know-how that makes up the RIT community of alumni, faculty, and staff. See the unique topics we're exploring!

RIT is composed of nine academic colleges, including the National Technical Institute for the Deaf.