Ready in 45 minutes
Simple, yet elegant. Salmon filets and herbs wrapped in translucent rice paper.
Top-ranked recipe named "Rice Paper Salmon"
NOTE: You build the roll "upside down". The presentation side is on the bottom as you create each roll.
Immerse the rice paper one sheet at a time into warm water for 15 seconds. Remove, lay on a clean flat surface. Sprinkle with herbs, adding a thin slice of jalapeno pepper if you wish. . Place a salmon filet in the center, bottom side up. Fold the bottom part of the rice paper over the fish. Fold in the sides and continue to roll up. Place, folded side down on a sprayed baking sheet.
Bake 12-15 minutes at 400 degrees. Tops will brown lightly and fish will feel slightly firm.
Top with finely shredded cabbage, red and green bell peppers, green onion, pickled ginger, sliced fresh Jalapeno (optional) and ginger sauce.
Alternative presentation: Create a bed of colorful slaw and place the salmon rolls on top. Spoon sauce over the top.