Baked Chicken Spring Rolls (Arrollado Primavera Al Horno)

Spring rolls come from China, and it is popular in East and Southeast Asian cuisine. It is often served fresh or deep-fried. It can be stuffed with meat and vegetables.

This recipe gives a healthier twist to spring rolls by baking them in the oven. Perfect to make when you suddenly have guests coming over, or if you want a quick snack that will fill you up for a long time. You can put anything as a filling depending on what you have in your kitchen.


• Ground chicken
• Cabbage, chopped finely
• Seasoning (whatever you prefer like salt, garlic powder, soy sauce, black pepper, red pepper flakes, cumin, etc)
• Roll wrap
• Cooking spray


This recipe takes about 20 minutes to make. Serves 2 to 3.

Preheat the oven to 400F.
In a non-stick pan, cook your ground chicken until it becomes lightly brown.
Season well with whatever you prefer.
Add your vegetables and cook until tender. Remove from the heat.
Assemble your spring rolls. Scoop some chicken and spread on the wrap.
Gently roll the wrap. Repeat until you have finished your ground chicken filling.
Place the rolls on a baking sheet and spray with cooking oil.
Serve with any preferred sauce.

Ideas And Tips:

• You can add any vegetable you want to this recipe. Try carrots, tomatoes, leeks, zucchini, and sweet potatoes.

• For an all vegan recipe, replace ground chicken with vegetables like chickpeas or potatoes, or any vegan meat substitute you can find.

Baked Chicken Spring Rolls (Arrollado Primavera Al Horno)
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