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    Mango, Shrimp & Coconut Spring Rolls (Gluten-Free)

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    In addition to being gluten-free, this recipe is also soy, dairy and nightshade-free.

    Ingredients:
    1 tablespoon sesame oil
    1 tablespoon lime juice
    10 spigs fresh cilantro, minced
    4 tablespoons sweetened coconut
    1 mango, seeded, peeled and chopped
    1 can baby corn, cut into chunks
    ½ cup pea pods
    1 cup baby shrimp
    1 fresh garlic clove, minced
    1 teaspoon fresh grated ginger
    kosher or sea salt to taste
    8 spring roll wrappers (rice or tapioca-up to you)



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    Directions:
    In a large mixing bowl add all ingredients, stir well. Set aside

    Turn on tap (water) to warm temp and let run, and use your favorite cutting board to assemble rolls. Hold 1 wrap under running water, making sure you get front and back, hold under for about 30 seconds, until it starts to soften, then place flat on cutting board surface. Spoon filling across middle about 2 inches thick, then wrap sides over, bottom up and fold over.

    Repeat.

    Serves 4.

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