Consider this the salad course (especially good with "Almond Hoisin Sauce"). Or, if you'd like a heartier roll, add sliced cooked pork tenderloin. To turn these rolls into a fun party appetizer, set out the fillings and a metal bowl of warm (about 100°) water, and let your guests roll their own.
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1. Dip a rice paper wrapper in warm water for a few seconds--just until it's pliable. Lay on plate and let sit 10 to 15 seconds, so the water soaks in.
2. Layer one-sixth of fillings on the bottom third of the wrapper, starting with watercress.
3. Lift filled edge up and over fillings and keep rolling it away from you, tucking fillings in firmly but gently and folding in the sides. (Stretching the wrapper as you roll helps.) Repeat with remaining ingredients.
Note: Nutritional analysis is per roll.
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