As I mentioned last week, I wanted to start doing something new each Thursday that I either found on, or pinned to Pinterest. This week I chose to try out something with Rice Paper which I really just discovered about a week ago. I’ve made vegatable wraps and fruit wraps so far, but wanted to try something for dinner, something warm and baked. I found this post with vegan lasagna rolls, and pinned it for inspiration.
I am not vegan, nor am I vegetarian, but I have really been embracing meatless meals. I decided to make my own version of these Lasagna rolls.
(I apologize for the poor quality photo’s, my camera battery died just as I snapped the first photo!)
What you need:
- Rice Paper (8 sheets)
- 1 cup Light Ricotta Cheese
- 1 cup Fat Free Cottage Cheese
- 1 cup chopped Spinach
- 1tsp minced Garlic
- 2 cups light pasta sauce
What to do:
In a bowl, mix together Ricotta and Cottage Cheese, add in Spinach and Garlic.
I soak my rice paper in a pan of warm water (I find that soaking it that way makes it easier). Once your rice paper is soft enough to wrap, pull out once piece at a time, shake off excess water, and lay flat on a plate. Scoop in 1/8th of your mixture, and wrap up just as you would a tortilla.
Place your wraps on a baking sheet, and bake at 350 for 25 minutes.
While your wraps are baking, heat up your sauce in a small pan on your stove. When everything is ready, top your wraps with your sauce, add a side of salad, and enjoy!
They turned out really good! And great news for anyone else doing Weight Watchers, they are only 3 points+ per roll!
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