Super tasty, Super crispy, lamb spring rolls packed with goodness. Ideal for dunking, party nibbles and as a side to any dish you like. Impress your friends with these easy to make little parcels of joy.
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Party Food / Side Dish
4 - 10
These easy to make spring rolls make a wonderful side dish or a party food nibble. Impress your guests with these little rolls of joy, packed full of flavour and goodness. For a vegetarian alternative pop in a little cooked sweet potato or other vegetables of your choice.Author:
1 x cooked shoulder of lamb (see recipe)
2 x white onions
¼ bottle red wine
1x bulb garlic
1 x butternut squash (de seeded)
1 x bunch curly kale (washed)
1 x pack of filo pastry
Slow cook the lamb shoulder with roughly chopped onions and garlic and wine at 180° for 6 hours, in a covered oven dish.
Whilst the lamb is cooking, peel and deseed the butternut squash. Dice and roast until soft in oven at 180° with a little splash of oil (add sweet potato to roasting tin if wanting a vegetarian option)
Shred the kale off its stalks and roughly chop
Once the lamb has cooled, flake the meat off the bone and mix in a bowl with the roasted butternut squash and chopped kale. Season to taste with salt and pepper and add the handful of dried dulse, stirring it into the mix.
Take one sheet of filo pastry and slice in half to make a square. Wet the outer edges of the filo pastry square. Using two tablespoons of mix at the bottom of the square begin to roll the pastry upwards, tucking the sides in to seal the spring roll parcel.
Once all spring rolls are made, for best results deep fry them in a pan of heated vegetable oil until golden brown or they can be baked at 180° in the oven, for the same desired colour
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