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I don’t do a lot of entertaining. We live in a small house and there’s enough of us taking up this space already. However, with the holidays and celebrations sometimes it’s just inevitable. That’s when I take help from the store for holiday appetizers and easy meal ideas.
One such item that I’ve been introduced to are Rich’s SeaPak Spring Rolls. Found in the freezer section at Walmart, they are a hit, especially for dinner party recipes! They were even voted as one of the “The 15 Best Frozen Appetizers to Serve at a Party” by Ladies Home Journal and were featured on the Today Show as well.
These Spring Rolls were oh so easy, even a frazzled mom who always seems to have a million things going on right before the big party can make them. That would be me. But I managed to fake calm and cool for awhile at least. So score!
To go with my presentation of Rich’s SeaPak Spring Rolls, I made a Peanut Dipping Sauce. I don’t like spicy, as some peanut dipping sauces are, and I’ve found I really don’t care for a strong peanut flavor. Thus, I’ve toned down the peanut butter just a little for more soy sauce and hoisin. The great thing about sauces, though, is that it’s so easy to play around with to suit your own tastes.
Peanut Dipping Sauce
1/3 cup peanut butter
1/4 cup water
2 Tbsp hoisin sauce
2 Tbsp soy sauce
juice of 1 lime
1 tsp sesame oil
1 tsp Worcestershire
Simply mix all ingredients and serve. This can be made ahead of time and refrigerated, just be sure to mix again before serving.
For a great opportunity to try these spring rolls for yourself, be sure to visit Walmart on December 8th. Between the times of 1pm – 5pm they’ll be conducting live demos of the product. You can also check out SeaPak on Pinterest for even more creative uses!
The Rich’s SeaPak Spring Rolls made a terrific, easy appetizer. I cut my rolls each into 3 pieces for a tasty single bite. That cut down on using plates and made it easier to talk, too, without a mouthful of food. While the spring rolls were baking, it gave me the perfect amount of time to prepare my dip. It turned out to be a really great time spent with family that day, and an appetizer I’ll be sure to make again.