Royal Asia Vegetable Spring Rolls review

We found these in the freezer aisle at Costco, drawn in by the mammoth box. Inside the cardboard packaging you’ll find a literal sack with fifty medium sized spring rolls. The plastic package isn’t resealable so to prevent freezer burn you might want to transfer to a container or sealed bag; or you know, eat them all in one sitting.

Cooking: Common sense told me to skip the microwave, and indeed the oven too; I went right to the air fryer where 10 minutes yielded really crisp rolls.

Taste and texture: Super to be honest. A fabulously crispy exterior with no sogginess, something that mars countless competitor brands. The flavor is simple and clean, mainly leaning into the mix of fun veggies, items like jicama, sweet potato, bamboo shoot and more (see package below). They come together to add satisfying bite once you crunch through the exterior.

Other: I tossed the accompanying ginger soy dipping sauce right away. I guarantee I make a better dipping sauce myself with the myriad of ingredients my fridge and pantry (heaving at the seams) always have.

Verdict: The best frozen spring rolls I’ve tasted to date. Easily. Most other brands have a soggy layer between the interior and the exterior, not here. These were just about perfect; considering I’ve sworn of deep frying at home. Enjoy them as a snack, as a side dish, heck, toss em on top of a salad!

Royal Asia Vegetable Spring Rolls with soy
Royal Asia Vegetable Spring Rolls with soy
Royal Asia Vegetable Spring Rolls on Asian salad with incogmeato nuggets
Royal Asia Vegetable Spring Rolls on Asian salad with incogmeato nuggets
Royal Asia Vegetable Spring Rolls interior cooked
Royal Asia Vegetable Spring Rolls interior cooked
Royal Asia Vegetable Spring Rolls cooking
Royal Asia Vegetable Spring Rolls cooking

Royal Asia Vegetable Spring Rolls nutrition

Royal Asia Vegetable Spring Rolls nutrition
Royal Asia Vegetable Spring Rolls nutrition

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