Spring Rolls

The spring roll is a traditional Chinese festival food, eaten at Chinese New Year, which officially heralds the coming of spring. The spring roll is basically a thin pancake-like wrapper encasing a mixture of meat and vegetables that is deep-fried until crisp and golden. The fillings used in spring rolls vary throughout the regions of China, with each region claiming theirs as the best.


Royal Delight Rolls are essentially nifty little self-contained salads-to-go -- crisp raw veggies and minced fresh herbs or cooked halal beef or chicken, all neatly packaged up in a deliciously chewy-soft, pliable wrapping that you can snatch up and eat with your hands (or chopsticks, if you’re feeling civilized). They’re delicious, refreshingly cool … and just perfect for a light summer meal, or a dinner party hors-d’oeuvre.