Prepare the rice paper wrappers as per the instructions on your packaging. I poured water into a large wide bowl. I then dipped the rice papers into the water, until they began to become completely transparent. You want to ensure it's soft, but not so soft that it can be easily ripped. For my rice papers, this was 20 seconds.
Remove the rice paper with two hands, allow the excess water to drip off and place on a plate or board (I found a plastic or silicone mat made it easier than wood) and slightly pat dry.
Fill your rolls - lining them up in the centre of the rice paper. The arrangement is completely up to you, but here are two general layouts I did:
- 3 Strawberry slices slightly overlapped with some mint, apple on top, mango on top, then some slices of kiwis
- Kiwi on the bottom, then mango slices, then apple, then strawberries
Use about 1/10th of the amount of fruit on each roll, so it’s evenly distributed. If you want more kiwis or less strawberries, it’s totally up to you! Just have a fruit on the bottom that’s good for structure of the rolls.
Now, roll the rolls like you’re rolling a burrito. I folded the top and bottom of the rolls over the filling, then rolled from left to right. So I rolled the left of the rice paper over the filling, then began to tuck the filling in as I rolled towards the right like a burrito. I continued to roll tightly until finished, then lay them on the folded edges and set on a plate. This took me about 30-45 seconds to do including putting in the filling.