It happens every year. When the weather gets warmer, we crave lighter foods. But there are only so many salads we can eat before we start to get bored of our dining options. That's where the spring and summer rolls come in (they are essentially the same thing). Common in Asian cuisines, these light rolls are usually made up of rice paper filled with raw vegetables, fresh herbs and fish, shrimp or chicken. They hit the spot on a warm summer evening. And if you want something a little heartier, you can fry them and fill them with savory meats.
Spring Rolls, Summer Rolls, Egg Rolls