Oh and after brunch, I came across these roses which were too pretty not to buy. How peachy!
Now onto fresh spring rolls!
I marinated some tofu in tamari, sesame oil & lemongrass. I couldn't really taste the lemongrass flavour, although it smelt divine. Any tips?
Then I chopped up some cucumber, green beans, carrots & coriander and also soaked/drained vermicelli and cut up some leftover chicken schnitzel.
I find soaking the rice papers in a pan filled with hot water works best. So that's what we did!
Making my tofu spring rolls :)
They were some yummy morsels! A great way of eating crunchy raw veggies & dipped in some soy sauce or sweet chilli sauce, they're super moreish! I think adding some crushed peanuts would have been quite excellent too.
Small & sweet strawberries were a nice treat afterwards...
Although, the real treat were these mini hazlenut cupcakes (courtesy of babycakes). Cute!
Well I'm feeling relaxed & ready for the weekend! I think it may include a trip to the markets, a stretch class, catching up with friends & probably lots of tennis watching!
Also! A little while ago, I was very kindly asked by the lovely Annette from Wellness WA (a fabulous blog you should check out, especially if you live in WA!) to write a guest post. I wrote about superfood raw fudge balls, which I whipped up for an end of year gift for my ballet teacher. It was very exciting to post a recipe on another blog & would be awesome if you checked it out :)