Royal Asia Vegetable Spring Rolls at Costco Cooking Instructions

The Vegetable Spring Rolls from Royal Asia, available in the freezer section at Costco, feature a jicama and edamame filling wrapped in a light and crunchy pastry wrapper and comes with packets of a ginger and soy dipping sauce.

Keep reading and we will cover:

  • Calories and Ingredients in the Spring Rolls
  • Spring Roll Cooking Instructions
  • How do the Spring Rolls Taste
  • Are the Spring Rolls a Costco Value

Costco Spring Rolls


You get 50 spring rolls per three pound box along with several packets of dipping sauce.  Four spring rolls are considered a single serving.

The nutritional facts for a single serving are:

  • Calories: 290
  • Fat: 10g (13% DV)
  • Cholesterol: 00mg (0% DV)
  • Sodium: 440mg (19% DV)
  • Carbohydrates: 32g (12% DV)
  • Protein: 7g

The 290 calories per serving is the only thing that I do not like about these spring rolls.

The spring rolls are not very large and four pieces did not come close to filling me up.  I prefer to keep my meals at around 300 calories and I was still hungry after eating the four pieces.

Spring Roll Nutrition

Ingredient List

The spring rolls have the following ingredients:

  • Spring Rolls
    • Pastry wrapper
    • Jicima
    • Edamame
    • Carrot
    • Cabbage
    • Sweet potato
    • Wheat protein
    • Soy protein
    • Onion
    • Leek
    • Soy sauce
    • Vegetable oil
    • Sugar
    • Salt
    • Pepper
  • Soy Ginger Dipping Sauce
    • Water
    • Soy sauce
    • Sugar
    • Salt
    • Lemon
    • Ginger
    • Honey
    • Ginger powder
    • Acetic acid
    • Tapioca starch
    • Star anise

Cooking Instructions

I cooked the spring rolls in my Ninja Foodie air fryer following the package instructions.

  1. Place the frozen spring rolls into the air fryer in a single layer.
  2. Cook at 375F for 8 minutes turning after 4 minutes.

After 8 minutes the wrapper was still a little soggy so I gave them another four minutes at 400F and they came out perfect.

While the spring rolls are cooking, run the sauce packet under cold water to help it thaw.

You can also bake the spring rolls in the oven at 375F for 20 minutes.

Cooking in the microwave is not recommended.

Ready to Eat Spring Rolls with Soy Ginger Sauce

Costco Vegetable Spring Rolls

The Vegetable Spring Rolls at Costco, from Royal Asia, are heated in an air fryer and served with a tasty dipping sauce.
4.50 from 2 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 8 minutes
Total Time 13 minutes
Course Appetizer
Cuisine Chinese
Servings 4
Calories 300 kcal


  • Air Fryer


  • 16 Frozen Vegetable Spring Rolls from Costco
  • 4 Included Sauce Packets


  • Pre-heat air fryer to 400F.
  • Lightly spray frozen spring rolls with Pam.
  • Place the spring rolls into the air fryer and cook for four minutes.
  • Turn the spring rolls over and cook for another four minutes until the wrappers are crispy.
  • Thaw the frozen dipping sauce packets under cold running water.
  • Serve the spring rolls with the dipping sauce and enjoy!
Keyword Costco Vegetable Spring Rolls

Taste Test!

These crunchy little spring rolls have a savory filling that pairs wonderfully with the sweet soy ginger dipping sauce.

The pastry wrapper was not as perfectly crisp as I was hoping for but was still provided a great textural contrast to the vegetable filling. The filling itself was both colorful and flavorful.  Unlike the completely awful Minh Mini Eggrolls at Costco, you could recognize the ingredients and enjoy the vegetables.

A good vegetable spring roll should not taste heavy or overly greasy. The filling should be light and refreshing, complemented by a thin and crispy spring roll wrapper that is not overly oily.  These rolls nailed it!

The sauce was a pleasant surprise with a sweet, yet balanced profile of Asian flavors.

Ready to Eat Spring Rolls with Soy Ginger Sauce

These are delightful “two bite appetizers” that are easy to prepare.

What to Serve with Spring Rolls

If you want some inspiration on what to serve with Spring Rolls then here are a few ideas.

Dipping sauces: Even though these come with a perfectly acceptable dipping sauce it is always fun to have an assortment of sauces to try.  You can serve a variety of sauces such as sweet chili sauce, peanut sauce or hoisin sauce.  Some Costco warehouses carry Bachan’s Japanese BBQ Sauce which would be excellent with these rolls.

Fried rice: Vegetable or tofu fried rice is a popular choice to serve with spring rolls. The savory flavors of the fried rice complement the fresh crispness of the spring rolls.

Noodle salad: Cold noodle salads, such as a Vietnamese-style vermicelli salad or a Thai-inspired noodle salad, can be a refreshing and flavorful side dish to serve with spring rolls.

Here is a link to a great recipe for a Vietnamese Noodle Salad to get you started!

Stir-fried vegetables: A plate of stir-fried vegetables, such as bok choy, broccoli, carrots, or snow peas, can be a tasty and nutritious accompaniment to vegetable spring rolls.

Fresh fruit: Fresh fruit, such as sliced mangoes, pineapples, or oranges, can provide a refreshing and contrasting taste to the savory flavors of the spring rolls.

Soup: A bowl of hot and flavorful soup, such as miso soup, hot and sour soup, or vegetable soup, can be a comforting and complementary side dish to serve with spring rolls. The warmth and savory flavors of the soup can enhance the overall dining experience.

The Spring Rolls are a Costco Value

The 50 piece box of spring rolls from Royal Asia is Item Number 337754 and is found in the freezer section of the warehouse.  The box costs $10.49 at Costco which works out to a price of $0.21 per piece.

These spring rolls cost almost the same as the Minh Mini Chicken Eggrolls and taste three times better.  If you are trying to decide between the two products, go with the Royal Asia Spring Rolls.

Price of Spring Rolls at Costco

Costco Spring Rolls


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4 thoughts on “Royal Asia Vegetable Spring Rolls at Costco Cooking Instructions

  1. 5 stars
    They were the absolutely no taste. Edeamine was the only tasted. The dipping sauce was not even exciting. Do not buy. So disapointed

  2. I have no idea how these things tasted. The inner bag is not sealed and the spring rolls were freezer burned so I threw the box out. I will not eat frozen food from an unsealed bag. No thanks

  3. 4 stars
    The 400 instead of 375 along with the extra time was key! I didn’t like them before and now they tasted good, albeit with copious soy sauce and sriracha. Plain withe the included ginger sauce tastes only of Edamame.

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