Fried Vegetables Pancakes

Rice Paper 3 Ways

One evening I was scrolling through TikTok, and I came across a lady dropping rice paper into a frying pan (as you do). I was amazed that it was possible and thought it was especially great as I had a ton of rice paper left from my Vietnamese pancake night- I had to try it out for myself. After many failed attempts with burning them, I found the best temperature and poured in the right amount of oil; it was a success, I sprinkled smoked paprika & salt for seasoning.

Rice Paper Crisps

From there I decided to try other ways to use rice paper, which I will be sharing with you all below starting off with the rice paper crackers!


  • Rice paper
  • Olive oil
  • Salt
  • Smoked paprika

A tablespoon of oil in the frying pan making sure the pan is medium hot, cut the rice paper into 8 segments so it can fry easily and evenly. Once it looks like crackers take it off of the heat immediately. Season to taste.

This snack is great if you want something quick and easy to make, and you can put whatever flavouring suits you! This snack is great for parties, an evening in or if you fancy treating yourself.

Rice Paper Pancakes

Next I decided to make rice paper pancakes and fry them.


  • Rice paper
  • Olive oil
  • Peppers
  • Vermicelli noodles
  • Edamame beans
  • Sesame oil

Wet the rice paper and lay it in a dry cloth, have all your veges laid on the side with the vermicelli noodles cooked with a bit of sesame oil. Place them at the bottom of the rice paper and fold each side in, then roll the parcel up. In a medium-hot pan drizzle some sesame oil, fry them until crispy. These pancakes goes well with a dipping sauce – soy sauce, sweet chilli sauce and peanut sauce.

Peanut Sauce: 

To make the peanut sauce – you’ll need soy sauce, chilli flakes, sugar, peanut butter, sesame oil. Mix the ingredients add extra to your own taste.

The pancakes were crispy and flavoursome and filling! I recommend putting in less filling if you want a light snack. Either way this is fun to make and great to entertain your friends with!

Rice Paper Parcels 

My last recipe using rice paper is baking rice paper parcels in the oven, using it to lock in the juices of salmon fillets.


  • Salmon fillet
  • Crushed garlic
  • Lemon
  • Seasoning
  • Rice paper
  • Asparagus

Turn the oven on for 200 degrees. Season the salmon fillet with salt & pepper, crushed garlic on either side and drizzle lemon juice. Fry the asparagus in butter, place the asparagus and seasoned fillet onto the damp rice paper and roll it into a parcel. Bake for 20 minutes in the oven until golden brown.

The salmon was juicy and cooked to perfection with a thin crispy layer.

I hope you all enjoyed reading my rice paper 3 ways recipes post!

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