Buffalo Chicken Spring Rolls #SundaySupper

Buffalo Chicken Spring Rolls TitleSummer is definitely here. It’s hot, humid and all we want to do is play in water. Lots and lots of water. With summer, we always think Picnics, and today’s #SundaySupper is celebrating everything picnic. We’re having a Big Virtual #SundaySupper Picnic, I’m bringing Buffalo Chicken Spring Rolls and YOU are invited!

Just last week, 26 #SundaySupper members got together to fill a big huge virtual picnic basket and played The Picnic Game, in honor of International Picnic Day.  And now here we are sharing our favorite picnic recipes with you again today!

We chose to make Buffalo Chicken Spring Rolls, because they are simple, can be served warm OR cold and travel well. The perfect picnic food.

Buffalo Chicken Spring Rolls

The perfect picnic food – Buffalo Chicken Spring Rolls

My kids love these and we make them all the time. In fact, we make Spring Rolls filled with all kinds of goodies, but I won’t lie, these are some favorites. And they are really easy, especially if you take a few short cuts  (which we totally do, but you definitely don’t have to). These rolls are spicy buffalo goodness all wrapped into spring rolls that can be either chilled and served later, or eaten right away, still warm.

Buffalo Chicken Spring Rolls #SundaySupper

Buffalo Chicken Spring Rolls can be served hot or cold. We like them best, cold and on a picnic!

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Buffalo Chicken Spring Rolls #SundaySupper
 
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Recipe type: Main
Cuisine: American
Serves: 6
Ingredients
  • 2½ cups grilled chicken, cut into strips
  • 1½ cups white rice, cooked
  • ¾ cup Buffalo Sauce or Hot Sauce
  • ½ cup Blue Cheese, crumbled
  • 1 cup shredded lettuce
  • 6 rice wrappers
Instructions
  1. In a small bowl, mix together the rice, buffalo sauce and crumbed blue cheese.
  2. Wet your rice wrappers for 10 seconds and place on a flat surface. I do this individually for each one and then fill it, then start again with another.
  3. Layer the rice first, then top with chicken then top that with shredded lettuce. Carefully roll spring rolls up.
  4. Refrigerate for about an hour.
  5. They are awesome either chilled or can be eaten right when you first roll them up.

Be sure and check out what everyone else is bringing to the Big Virtual Picnic! 

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Comments

  1. says

    Spring rolls are so versatile, I always love to see the different kinds of combinations people come up with. This is the perfect one for a picnic!

  2. says

    What a brilliant way to have buffalo chicken for a picnic without the mess! And you can make it in advance and have it ready to go to the picnic whenever you’re ready! And that picnic game sounds like a total blast, I’d LOVE to be at THAT picnic! HUGS

  3. says

    You had me at buffalo–our family loves anything with this word in it–LOL I never would have thought to use the rice wrappers though and this is a great idea. Thanks for the recipe.

    • says

      Sherron, we are the same way, always trying to come up with a new idea to incorporate something “buffalo” haha. The rice wrappers were unique and fun and the teens loved them and truthfully these days, that’s all that matters for me. haha Thanks for the sweet words!

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