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When you’re taking holiday appetizers to a party you want everyone to “oooh” and “aaah” over your creation, don’t you? You want them to think they’re super yummy and that you were brilliant to come up with them, right? Of course! The thing that often gets in the way is not having enough time to make something. That’s why Rich’s SeaPak Spring Rolls make the perfect party snack. They are fast, delicious and all you have to do is put them in the oven…and then take them back out. Yay to that!
Here they are right out of the box. Follow the cooking directions on the box and try not to eat them before they’re finished cooking. They smell really good while they cook. 😉
I found my box of Rich’s SeaPak Shrimp Spring Rolls at Wal-Mart in the frozen food section. The day I was there they were doing a demo for the Spring Rolls too. Bonus! I got to have my Spring Rolls and eat them too. Check it out. I took this photo of my Spring Roll and posted it on Instagram. Then I posted a larger shot of the yummy situation on Twitter because that’s how I “spring” roll. Then, I did some Christmas shopping. LOL!
Don’t these look delicious? I really didn’t want to take photos. I wanted to devour them. I restrained myself though because I also wanted to show you this dipping sauce I made!
The Spring Rolls come with a very good dipping sauce. I just wanted to make an additional holiday option. It’s almost as easy as making the Spring Rolls. You have to try it!
Ginger Orange Cranberry Dipping Sauce
- 14 oz can Jellied Cranberry Sauce
- 1/8 tsp Ginger
- 3 1/4 Tbsp Dijon Mustard Whole Grain not Smooth
- 1 Tbsp Orange Juice
- 1 1/2 Tbsp Brown Sugar
- Add all ingredients to a bowl.
- Whisk ingredients until well combined and mostly smooth.
- Chill for 15-20 minutes for flavors to combine.
For an extra bit of flavor, use the zest of an orange. Don’t grate the bitter white part, just use the rind which is the outside orange part.
Drop the orange zest into your dipping sauce. It’s pretty and adds a great flavor.
Add color by decorating your plates with parsley or leaf lettuce. Use a mix of plate colors for even more holiday effect.
Wasn’t that easy? Now comes the really good part.
You get to share it with friends and family! Yum!
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