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Tropical Fruit Rolls Recipe By Martin Yan

If you like dim-sum, you must've tried the popular Chinese Spring Rolls, often filled with shredded mixed vegetables & some with seafood or meat added.
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This time, let Celebrity Chef Martin Yan show you how to turn the savoury Spring Roll dim-sum into a Tropical Fruit Roll dessert.

Makes 8 rolls
2 cups of diced mixed tropical fruits such as jackfruit, mango, longan, rambutan & pineapple
3 tbsp of chopped fresh mint
⅓ cup of palm sugar
1 tbsp of white sesame seeds
½ tsp of ground five-spice powder
8 lumpia wrappers or spring roll wrappers
Cooking oil for deep frying

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  1. Combine the fruit, mint, palm sugar, sesame seeds & five-spice powder together in a bowl.
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  3. Place a wrapper on the work surface with one corner facing you.
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  5. Place ¼ cup of the fruit mixture across the wrapper, slightly above the corner.
  6. Fold the corner, then roll over once.
  7. Fold in the left & right sides of the wrapper.
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  9. Brush edges with water & roll up completely to enclose the filling.
  10. Pour oil into the wok to a depth of 2 inches, & heat over medium-high heat until the oil becomes hot but not smoking.
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  12. Deep-fry a few rolls at a time, turning them occasionally.
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  14. Deep-fry the rolls till they turn golden brown. Remove & drain on paper towels.
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  16. Let cool slightly before serving.
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Check out other dishes at the Autumn Treasures with Martin Yan Cooking Demo at the AFC Studio, Singapore!

celebrity chef bob blumer chocolate kiss wonton
Dessert lovers, you may also wanna try your hands on these Chocolate Kiss Wonton during My Evening With Celebrity Chef Bob Blumer three years ago!


  1. So beautiful snack. I definitely love this with tropical fruits more than mixed vegetables.

    1. Ann, looks like u're gonna have fun with this!

  2. Shirley, I love that presentation drizzled with chocolate! Such a pretty dish and a surprise, too, with the fruit & spice filling -- but then, you're full of surprises. :) Checked out your wonton dessert, too -- oh my goodness, peanut butter, banana, chocolate & caramel? No wonder they're so yummy! Thanks for linking that, too!

    1. Kim, awesome! Those wonton are pretty cool, right? xoxo

  3. Me too. I much prefer tropical fruits than veggies cause I'm not really like to eat veggie one =P

    1. DD, try making this easy recipe some day :)

  4. I like how Chef Martin Yan uses a small pot to do the deep frying. So economical and it takes a shorter time to heat up the oil too. The topical fruits spring roll looks delicious! Your wanton kisses is tempting too.

    1. DS, me too! Always wanted to try that but must get one first :)

  5. I have heard of spring rolls. But with fruits and fried!? thats new to me! Interesting!

    1. FoodieFC, sounds nice & fun, right? Hahaha!

  6. What a wonderful dessert! I've never thought of wrapping fruits, especially tropical fruits (only thing I've done is banana). I should give this a try - it looks yummy!

  7. oh what a beautiful presentation!

  8. Wow, beautiful dessert rolls!!! I love that chocolate design on the elegant!

    1. Liz, I'm sure u're gonna have fun with these rolls!


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