Spinach and Egg White Rice Paper Wrap – 10 Days of Easy Hacks and Recipes

Welcome back foodies, to Day 4 of my 10-day journey of easy hacks and recipes!

You know I’ve got your back when it comes to those leftover egg whites from our Day 3 recipe (Soy Cured Egg Yolks) – don’t worry, we’ve got a fantastic solution for that! Today, I’m sharing a mouthwatering recipe that’s not only delicious but also a great way to put those leftover egg whites to good use. So, grab your rice paper and let’s dive into this amazing Spinach and Egg White Rice Paper Wrap!

Before we get started, let’s talk about some health benefits of the ingredients we are using…

Rice Paper
    • Low in Calories and Carbs: Rice paper is a fantastic alternative to traditional bread, as it’s incredibly low in calories and carbs, making it an ideal choice for those watching their carbohydrate intake
    • Gluten-Free Goodness: For our gluten-sensitive friends, rice paper is a lifesaver! It’s naturally gluten-free, making it a versatile option for creating delicious wraps and rolls without the worry of gluten-related issues
    • Gentle on the Tummy: If you have a sensitive stomach, rejoice! Rice paper is light and easy to digest, so you can enjoy your favorite dishes without feeling weighed down
    • Source of Protein and Fiber: Believe it or not, rice paper packs a surprising amount of protein and fiber, which helps to keep you feeling fuller for longer and supports healthy digestion
    • Vitamins and Minerals: Our beloved rice paper isn’t just a pretty face; it’s rich in essential vitamins and minerals like Vitamin C and iron, helping to boost your immunity and keep your energy levels up!
    • Hydration Hero: Rice paper contains water in its composition, adding a touch of hydration to your meal, so you can munch on these wraps guilt-free and stay refreshed
    • Crispy, Not Greasy: When you cook rice paper the right way (like in our wrap recipe!), it turns delightfully crispy, offering a satisfying texture without the grease that comes with frying
    • Allergy-Friendly: Whether you’re vegan, vegetarian, or simply have food allergies, rice paper is an inclusive option for crafting delectable wraps that cater to a variety of dietary preferences
  • Packed with Nutrients: Spinach is a powerhouse of essential vitamins and minerals, including vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, iron, and folate
  • Rich in Antioxidants: The antioxidants in spinach help combat oxidative stress and inflammation in the body
  • Good for Heart Health: Spinach contains compounds that may help lower blood pressure and improve heart health

Egg Whites:
  • High-Quality Protein: Egg whites are an excellent source of high-quality protein, essential for building and repairing tissues in the body
  • Low in Calories: They are low in calories and fat, making them a great option for those watching their weight
  • Biotin Content: Egg whites are rich in biotin, a B-vitamin that supports healthy hair, skin, and nails
How long can leftover egg whites be stored in the fridge?

Leftover egg whites can be stored in the refrigerator for about 3 to 4 days. To ensure they stay fresh and safe to use, it’s essential to store them properly. Here are some tips for storing leftover egg whites longer:

  1. Use Airtight Containers: Transfer the egg whites into an airtight container before placing them in the refrigerator. This helps prevent odors from other foods in the fridge from being absorbed and keeps the egg whites fresh.
  2. Label and Date: Always label the container with the number of egg whites and the date they were stored. This way, you can keep track of their freshness and avoid using them past their safe storage time.
  3. Avoid Temperature Fluctuations: Store the egg whites on a shelf in the main body of the refrigerator, not on the refrigerator door. The temperature on the door tends to fluctuate more, which can affect the quality of the egg whites.
  4. Freeze for Longer Storage: If you don’t plan to use the egg whites within 3 to 4 days, consider freezing them for longer storage. Transfer them into an ice cube tray or freezer-safe container, and make sure to label and date it. Frozen egg whites can be kept for up to 12 months.
  5. Thawing Frozen Egg Whites: When you’re ready to use frozen egg whites, thaw them in the refrigerator overnight or under cold running water. Avoid thawing at room temperature to prevent potential bacterial growth.
  6. Use Leftover Egg Whites Creatively: If you have a surplus of egg whites, get creative and find recipes that call for egg whites as their main ingredient, such as meringues, angel food cake, or this recipe!


😎 DAY 4 of 10 – EASY HACKS AND RECIPES You have leftover egg whites from our Day 3 recipe? Don’t worry! 😉👊🏻 This recipe will help you use up all of that! #igotchu 🌿 SPINACH AND EGG WHITE RICE PAPER WRAP 🌿 Follow @eatingwithkirby and click the link in my bio to get this recipe 🌟 This rice paper wrap idea never disappoints and it’s the PERFECT way to use up all your leftover egg whites + have a fantastic breakfast/lunch! Some tips: ✨ Use really good chili oil! My personal reccos right now are @laoganmausa (Chili Crisp), @holyduckchili chili oil (regular spice), @simply.homayd (original chiu chow) ✨ use flavourful ingredients to make it tasty like sausages or smoked tofu 🤤 I like the @siwinfoods Japanese style mozzarella sausages from Costco and ‘Maple Soy’ or ‘Just Smoke’ smoked tofu from @thisisoome #ricepaperrecipe #ricepaper #easyrecipe #chilioil #spinachandeggwhitewrap #10daysofeasyhacksandrecipes #spinacheggwrap

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Spinach and Egg White Rice Paper Wrap

Packed with the health benefits of spinach and egg whites, this easy recipe is perfect for using up leftover egg whites and can be customized with your favourite sausages or smoked tofu.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American, Canadian, Chinese
Servings 1


  • 1 non-stick skillet


  • 1 rice paper
  • 2 egg whites Leftover from Day 3 Recipe!
  • 1 cup spinach leaves wilt them in a skillet first with a tbsp of water
  • 1 sausage cut into slices
  • 1/2 block smoked tofu cut into strips or cubes
  • 0.5-1 tbsp chili oil use your favourite brand
  • 2 tbsp smashed avocado


  • Using a non-stick skillet, turn the heat to medium low and do not put oil on it!
  • Place one sheet of rice paper on the pan and quickly spread your chili oil on all around.
  • Add in your egg whites and spread it close to the edge, though keeping everything inside the rice paper (not spilling over the edge).
  • Once the egg white is 50% set, spread your smashed avocado all around half of the egg white wrap
  • Then add your other toppings (smoked tofu, sausages, wilted spinach) all on the same half and fold it over like an omelette.
  • Turn off the heat and set aside on a plate.
  • Once the rice paper wrap has cooled for 1-2 minutes, fold it again into a quarter and enjoy!


The pan I'm using is the Our Place Always Pan 2.0! It is a 10-in-1 piece of cookware that I use every day. This 2.0 version is also ACTUALLY non-stick so it's a HUGE improvement from the 1.0! I highly recommend it. ??
For the best taste, use high-quality chili oil from brands like Lao Gan Ma, Holy Duck, or Simply Homayd.
Get creative with flavorful ingredients! Consider adding your favorite sausages or smoked tofu, like the Siwin Japanese style mozzarella sausages from Costco or 'Maple Soy' or 'Just Smoke' smoked tofu from Oome.
Keyword breakfast idea, healthy, rice paper recipe, snack idea

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