Spring Roll, a kind of traditional food for Chinese festivals, is popular all over China, especially in the southern area of Yangtze River. Featuring thin and crisp wrappers and soft and tasty fillings, Spring Roll displays a unique flavor.
Spring Roll contain protein, fat, carbohydrates, small amounts of vitamins, and minerals such as calcium, potassium, magnesium, and selenium. The nutrients vary depending on the stuffing involved.
Spring Roll have the effects of detoxification, diuresis, diminishing swelling, improving immunity and replenishing energy.
Since spring roll is fried food, the amount of oil and calories contained in it is high, so it is not advisable to eat more. It is not suitable for eating when losing weight.
Each 100 grams of spring rolls contains 465 calories, 33.7 grams of fat, 1 gram of cellulose, 33.8 grams of carbohydrates, 6.1 grams of protein, 10 mg of calcium, 94 mg of phosphorus, 485.8 mg of sodium, 89 mg of potassium, 36 mg of magnesium, and 1.9 mg of iron. Mg, vitamin E 3.89 mg.
When I was traveling in Beijing, I ate authentic spring rolls in a restaurant. It's crispy and the fillings are delicious. Adding the sweet and sour sauce, it's very refreshing and makes me unforgetable.