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Healthy Dish: Ham Rice Roll

Updated on March 27, 2012
Ham Rice Roll - finished
Ham Rice Roll - finished

Ham rice roll is quite easy to make and looks attractive with the color of ham, carrot, green beans, and white rice. You can make this healthy and yummy dish for picnic or party, especial kid's party. Let start!


  • 5 slices of ham
  • 1/2 carrots
  • 5 green beans
  • 1 cup cooked white rice
  • 1/2 teaspoon minced garlic
  • 1 teaspoon mayonnaise
  • Oil
  • salt for seasoning


  1. Remove dirt surface on the carrot. Wash carrot and green beans.
  2. Boil the water then put carrot and green beans in. Cook for 2 or 3 minutes. Drain carrot and green beans. Wait until it cool, cut carrot and green beans to cubes.
  3. In a pan, mix a little bit of oil and minced garlic. Heat thru, then stir fry with cooked white rice, green beans and carrots. Add salt to taste. Mix well, turn off the heat and pour the food into a bowl.
  4. When the rice is still warm, spread each slice of ham with a little bit mayonnaise, then spoon the mixed rice on the ham piece, roll it (like making the sushi), then seal the ham edge with mayonnaise.
  5. Use food wrapper film to wrap the ham rice roll and place it in refrigerator.
  6. When ham rice roll is cooled, remove the wrapper and cut into small slices like sushi. Now it is ready to eat.



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      ihealthyliving 5 years ago

      Hi Brainy Bunny,

      Thanks for your comment. Yes, you can try this recipe with sliced turkey breast. Make sure the turkey not cut in thin slice, it is not easy to roll and will break easily. Select the thicker turkey slices.

      Beside ham, I tried turkey and chicken. But I found ham is the best choice because it holds the mixed rice well and adds more color to the dish.

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      Brainy Bunny 5 years ago from Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania

      This is a cute dish. My family doesn't eat ham, but it would probably work as well with sliced turkey breast, right? Have you tried it with other meats?