Nigerian Spring Rolls – How to Make Nigerian Spring Rolls

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    Nigerian spring rolls is a very popular snack, usually called a ”small chop” and served as an appetizer at parties and other festive occasions.
 There are several varieties, but the most popular one isfilled with minced chicken and vegetables and wrapped in a spring roll wrapper. Here’s an easy recipe to follow. Enjoy!

Nigerian Spring Rolls ingredients: 300 grams minced chicken breast250g cabbage, finely shredded/grated

– 4 medium sized carrots, peeled, grated– 100ml Chicken stock1 finely cut green bell pepper
A handful of green peas1 small onion, minced or finely slicedSpices(stock cubes, curry, black pepper)– Vegetable oil for frying
– 15 Spring roll wrappers( click here  for how to make homemade Spring roll wrappers)For the ”binder”(flour mix):– 1 tablespoonful all purpose flour- 3 tablespoonful of  cool water

Preparation for Nigerian Spring Rolls 

1.  Place the grated cabbage into a pot, add the chicken stock and salt to taste and boil until the cabbage is tender. In the absence of chicken stock, you can make use of 2 stock cubes, salt and a little water.

2.  Add the grated carrots and the green peas and simmer until the carrots are tender. Then pour into a strainer and strain out the liquid from the vegetables.

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3.  In a pan, heat up a cooking spoonful of vegetable oil, add the minced onions and garlic powder and fry a bit.Then add the minced chicken.

4.  Stir fry the minced chicken until the color changes from pink to white. Then add the stock cube(stock powder), curry powder, black pepper and mix thoroughly.

5.  Now add the strained vegetables and mix well into the chicken. Add the chopped green peppers and stir fry the mixture for just 2 minutes (remember that the veggies are already cooked). Put off the heat and leave to cool completely.

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6.  In a small bowl, add a tablespoon of flour and a little water. Mix thoroughly and set aside. This would be used to bind the spring roll wrappers.

7.  Spread out the spring roll wrappers  and add the filling. Fold together and seal the edges with the ”binder”. 

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8.  Heat up the oil until very hot and fry the spring rolls until crusty and brown. Place a paper towel to drain out excess oil .

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 You can also bake in Preheated oven at 200Β°C, for 10-15mins , to do this, place the spring rolls on a baking tray, brush with a little oil and bake.

Nigerian spring rolls are served with other small chops at parties, but you can also enjoy it at home with stew or pepper sauce.

++click to see how to make spring roll wrappers++

You might also like our samosa recipe

Other related recipes :
* How to make Spring rolls
 

* Samosa recipe
* Homemade Samosa Wrappers
* Asun (grilled peppered spicy goat meat) 
* Gizdodo/Dodo Gizzards (Plantains&Gizzards) 
* Nigerian Chin Chin recipe* Nigerian Chicken Pie* Nigerian Sausage Rolls* Nigerian Egg Roll* Nigerian Scotch Eggs* Nigerian Fish Rolls* Nigerian Fish Pie Recipe* Nigerian Meat Pie* Nigerian Buns

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Nigerian Spring Rolls served with a tasty dip

By Nky Lily Lete

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37 Comments

  1. vicky
    August 1, 2017 / 1:55 pm

    I love this.. i want to know if i can refrigerate the fillings for later use.

  2. Anonymous
    May 18, 2017 / 7:06 am

    hello timi, good morning.. God bless u for making me a knowledgeable lady in everything co concerning cooking…pls how much is Scotch egg and spring rolls sold in Nigeria?

  3. Anonymous
    February 27, 2017 / 11:10 pm

    great tutorials… is there a way I can knead and use the wrap without going on frypan because I really do not think I can do the non sticky frypan of a thing…kindly please tell if I can make them without the frypan thanks

  4. Beauty
    September 24, 2016 / 1:13 pm

    Enter your comment…hello, pls am yet to understand making the spring roll wrap.Am not sure o understood the process. and also can I fill the wrap and keep in the fridge till the following day before I fry them?

  5. Wealth Ndu Ike Ohai
    January 12, 2016 / 4:08 pm

    Nky hi, plz where can i get Nigerian spring rolls to buy?

  6. Jany
    January 2, 2016 / 11:32 am

    God Bless U

    • Nky Lily Lete
      January 9, 2016 / 8:58 pm

      You too Jany πŸ™‚

  7. Marvels Elizabeth
    October 11, 2015 / 12:10 pm

    Good afternoon ma, what of how to make Shawarma bread

    • Nky Lily Lete
      January 9, 2016 / 8:57 pm

      Check ''bread and cake recipes'' above

  8. Anonymous
    May 4, 2015 / 1:09 pm

    Tnx to you Nky, I made a better meat pie, spring roll and egg roll.

    • Nky Lily Lete
      May 5, 2015 / 4:45 pm

      You're welcome dearie πŸ™‚

    • kemi
      October 7, 2015 / 4:32 pm

      Helo Nky, really appreciate your recipe. I'll sure try it and get back to you. I'll also check ur fb page. You are a darling. God bless you immensely <3

    • Nky Lily Lete
      January 9, 2016 / 8:52 pm

      Thanks Kemi πŸ™‚

  9. Funbi
    April 3, 2015 / 4:14 pm

    Thank you for the practical recipe. Please how can the wrappers be preserved for use the next day. Thanks.

    • Nky Lily Lete
      April 6, 2015 / 11:48 am

      YouΒ‘re welcome.Cover with a moist cloth and keep in the fridge.

  10. Anonymous
    March 2, 2015 / 11:01 pm

    Tnx Nky 4 educatn us on hw to cook different dishes. God bless u.

    • Nky Lily Lete
      March 3, 2015 / 10:31 am

      you too πŸ™‚

  11. mushrooms Rool
    February 16, 2015 / 6:44 am

    Its really totally amazing recipe..Thanks for this best recipe mam and ha whenever u updated new recipes pls notify to my email and mam can i use mushroom also

    • Nky Lily Lete
      February 23, 2015 / 8:01 pm

      πŸ™‚

  12. Anonymous
    November 9, 2014 / 2:57 pm

    Nky thanks for these great receipes. They really work and come in very handy.

    • Nky Lily Lete
      November 12, 2014 / 9:54 am

      You're always welcome dearie πŸ™‚

  13. Anonymous
    October 9, 2014 / 8:51 pm

    Tanx xo much..though m a guy bt ah lov cookinq…

    • Nky Lily Lete
      October 10, 2014 / 1:29 pm

      You're welcome dear, do let me know if you try any of our recipe.

    • timi
      January 28, 2015 / 9:34 am

      Hi Nikky , I've tried many of your recipes and it has made me a better cook. Cooking is my hobby. Your recipes has made my wife and children happier. Thanks

    • Nky Lily Lete
      February 4, 2015 / 12:25 pm

      Hi Timi, thanks for your lovely feedback and comment and hope you continue to find the recipes useful. My love to your family πŸ™‚

  14. Anonymous
    September 28, 2014 / 6:19 am

    how can i add u on facebook

    • Nky Lily Lete
      September 29, 2014 / 12:46 pm

      Here's my facebook page Nigerian Food TVΒ 

  15. Anonymous
    August 19, 2014 / 4:09 pm

    Seriously I ve bin lookn for what coriander means in Nigerian context… Now I knw tnx NKY

    • Nky Lily Lete
      August 22, 2014 / 9:10 am

      you're welcome hun πŸ™‚

  16. yetunde
    May 29, 2014 / 2:59 pm

    I luv u. I liked ur facebook page just now. May God bless u realy plenty. Wats bell pepper?

    • Nky Lily Lete
      August 22, 2014 / 9:09 am

      Thanks hun :)Bell pepper is that green big pepper used for making fried rice.

  17. Anonymous
    April 4, 2014 / 1:33 pm

    You are just too much and very brilliant. I do appreciate your effort in educating us on food thro this forum. God bless you NKY? In addition please what is cilantro leaf,basil leaf and cayenne pepper in nigerian context

    • Nky Lily Lete
      April 5, 2014 / 11:47 pm

      Thanks dear. As for your question, Cilantro is spanish for coriander leaves and the closest to it in Nigeria is African basil(Ocimum gratissimum) a.k.a scent leaves(nchuawun or efirin).Basil leaf is African basil.Cayenne pepper is dried pepper in Nigerian context….Hope this was of help πŸ™‚

  18. Anonymous
    February 24, 2014 / 8:15 pm

    Luv ur blog,so easy 2 follow.tanks 4 sharing

    • Nky Lily Lete
      March 1, 2014 / 12:16 pm

      Thanks for stopping by dear, hope to see more of you πŸ™‚

  19. Nky Lily Lete
    January 27, 2014 / 2:21 pm

    Hi dear, You use about 200 ml water, enough to cook the cabbage.Watch the video recipe above, it's easier than it looks dear πŸ™‚

  20. moji
    January 27, 2014 / 10:23 am

    Tks lily.I'm so glad I finally found this recipe.pls how do I measure the water in ml?then I'm yet to get the folding part.

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