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Vietnamese Shrimp Rolls with Chili-Plum Sauce

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Yield

Yield: 24 servings

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ingredients

Chili Plum Sauce:
1 1/2 cups Kikkoman Plum Sauce
1 1/2 cups Kikkoman Thai Style Chili Sauce
3/4 cup orange juice
3 tablespoons Kikkoman Soy Sauce

Vietnamese Shrimp Rolls:
72 shelled, deveined shrimp, tails removed (16-20 count)
1 cup Kikkoman Soy Sauce
12 ounces dried rice stick noodles
48 spring roll wrappers
24 large red lettuce leaves, halved lengthwise
4 1/2 cups julienned English cucumbers
2 ounces mint leaves

directions

To make Chili Plum Sauce: Whisk together all ingredients until blended. (Yield: 4 cups)

To make Vietnamese Spring Rolls: Toss shrimp with soy sauce; refrigerate 30 minutes. In bowl, cover noodles with boiling water; soak 5 to 8 minutes until noodles are tender but still firm. Drain, rinse and pat dry; cover and reserve. Drain excess soy sauce from shrimp; grill shrimp until cooked through. Halve lengthwise; cover and set aside.

Dip 1 spring roll wrapper in warm water 15 to 20 seconds until pliable. Drain and place on towel. On bottom of wrapper, place 3 shrimp halves and 1 lettuce-leaf half, leaving 3/4 inch uncovered on each side. Top with 1 1/2 tablespoons noodles, 1 1/2 tablespoons cucumber and 3 mint leaves. Tightly roll up from bottom, folding in sides halfway through. Continue rolling and place, seam side down, on sheet pan. Keep finished rolls covered with a damp towel. Repeat with remaining rice papers and filling. Spring rolls should be served within 3 hours of making.

For each serving, to order: Halve 2 rolls on the diagonal. Serve with 2 1/2 tablespoons Chili Plum Sauce.

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