You may not be able to judge a book by its cover, but you can most certainly judge an Asian-inspired roll by its wrapper.
Traditional egg rolls are delicious, but they're also typically deep-fried. Spring rolls, on the other hand, are made with rice paper and they can be served raw, saving a lot of fat.
Rice papers are edible translucent wrappers that look like a piece of rigid plastic. When you soak them in water, they get pliable enough to be folded around ingredients. They are available in the international foods section of some large supermarkets as well as any Asian grocery.
Stuffed with vegetables, cilantro and mint, Asian-Inspired Spring Rolls are a vegetarian treat that are as fun to make as they are to eat.