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Vegan Rainbow Spring Rolls Recipe

Updated: Jun 6, 2022

God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers - Rudyard Kipling

What plans have you got for mother dearest on her special day? Perhaps a hot air balloon ride or an all girls nail spa day with you and the granddaughters? The way to many people's heart is through their stomach, that's why a lovely culinary treat always works magic on any special day!

We shared previously an Egg-free Pandan Pancake you could prepare for a special Breakfast in Bed for your mother, and we're not done yet! Here´s one more treat to spoil your favourite person!

Check out this lovely Mother's Day treat by Kristine Subagiyo!

Fresh and full of texture, Vietnam's spring rolls are known and loved worldwide. What many may not know is that the country has a highly passionate love affair with hand-rolled bites. From the ultra-fresh to the deep fried, món cuôn dishes are culinary staples across the country. And today, Kristine has put a rainbow twist to these beautiful spring rolls!

Here's what you need to get started.


* 8 Vietnamese rice paper sheets

* 100g dry mung bean/rice vermicelli noodles

* 1 tbsp lemon juice

* Water


* A handful of lettuce

* 1 large carrot, thinly sliced

* 1 cucumber, thinly sliced

* 1 capsicum, thinly sliced

* Mint leaves

* Coriander

Satay Peanut Butter dipping sauce:

* 2 tbsp hoisin sauce

* 2 tbsp peanut butter

* 1 tsp fish sauce

* 1 clove minced garlic

* 2 tbsp warm water

Simply blend and stir all the ingredients together to make a creamy, delicious dip for the springrolls!

Look at the other recipes you will hear from Kristine! You won't be able to choose which one to start tucking into first!

Scroll through all the yummy food Kristine has made: Pandan Cheesecake Brownie, Stitch Nasi Lemak Bento box, Pandan Smoothie, Sambal Prawn + Quail Eggs and lastly, Vietnamese Rainbow Springrolls.


(1) Boil vermicelli noodles for 5 minutes.

(2) Drain, set aside. Fill 2 large bowls with warm water:

(3) Add vermicelli noodles to Bowl 1 and 2. (4) Let it soak for 10 minutes. Drain the noodles. (5) Assemble the rainbow noodles and vegetables on rehydrated rice paper rolls.

(6) And finally, simply enjoy! These are easily the prettiest Vietnamese Springrolls ever!

And if this is not enough to bring a splash of colour to your mother's day, we have another colourful idea - why not serve the springrolls with a gorgeous Rainbow drink?

You can make ice cubes of various colours by adding our beautiful powders from My Blue Tea's Superfood powders e.g. roselle, dragonfruit, pandan, butterfly blue pea powder and adding lemons or anything citric for the flavour you desire. Add sweetness of your choice, and you have yourself a beautiful Rainbow drink!

About Kristine Subagiyo

Kristine is My Blue Tea's Brand Ambassador and a food enthusiast. She contributed the video and recipe of these beautiful rainbow springrolls which were her own idea.

She is a beautician by day and the rest of the time she is a passionate and committed cook! Every bit of free time she has, she spends it on her culinary passion. Whether it´s whipping up a dish or creating new recipes, Kristine is 100% into it!

Visit and follow Kristine on her Instagram @kristinesubagiyo for some food inspiration and ideas. You´ll find a range of Malaysian and Indonesian cuisines as well as healthy dishes you can have a go at.

Have a beautiful Mother's Day everyone!


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