How to make it

  • Peel and thinly slice kohlrabi. A V-Slicer works wonders for this
  • Thinly slice cucumber, green onion tops, and basil
  • Tear lettuce into about 2 inch squares for rolling up
  • Soak the spring roll skins in warm water until soft. ~ 2 minutes.
  • Carefully pick up and place on paper towel. Cover with 1 more paper towel and blot dry.
  • Again, carefully lift skin and place in on clean surface.
  • Add your kohlrabi, cucumber, green onions, and basil onto one side of the skin (fill to your liking, but don't overfill) and roll up.
  • The skins will still be tacky and should stick nicely. Trim up the ends and serve with your favorite dipping sauce.

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    " It was excellent "
    morninlite ate it and said...
    Haven't had kolrabi in a very very long time. I'll have to pick some up next time I'm at the market!
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    " It was excellent "
    elgab89 ate it and said...
    I have never ventured cooking with Kohlrabi - now I know what to do with it. Thank you for posting this recipe!
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  • lizzybob 9 years ago
    To me, it's like a cabbage, but also has a bit of a radish taste to it. We received it in our weekly CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) veggie bag, so I was forced to do something with it. Not sure if I would go out and buy one or not though :) If they're cheap, give it a shot.
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  • dmajor 9 years ago
    I had to look to see what Kohlrabi was! So it is a cabbage? Does it have the same taste as a green cabbage? This is different indeed but sounds very interesting. I will have to look for Kohlrabi at the store! Thanks, deb
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