Q: Are these wrappers suitable for steaming dumplings? If not can you recommend a clear wrapper alternative?
A: The Spring Roll Wrappers could be used for steaming dumplings, however you will need to handle them with care and make sure they are not touching each other while being steamed as the rice paper is very sticky and tears easily.Q: I can see you don't recommend frying these wrappers.
Can I fill them and bake them?
A: Yes, baking is recommended over frying them. Alternatively, you could also cook the filling separately and just fill the wrappers after, without baking them.Q: I soaked this wrapper in water first to make spring roll. It didn't fry crispy. What did I do wrong?
These spring roll wrappers are made of rice, so they are not very suitable for frying. They work great for fresh vegetables or for pre-cooked stuffing.
If you prefer to try frying them the first recommendation is to add very little stuffing. These spring roll wrappers are very fragile though and they will crack easily, so you would need to experiment if you want to fry them. Additionally, you could try baking them instead.Q: How many wrappers come in a 12 oz package
A: There are 30-35 per package.Q: are your wrappers certified kosher?
A: No, they are not Kosher certified.Q: calories & sodium per wrapper?
A: One wrapper has 28.3 calories per wrapper. The sodium content is of 1 wrapper is 3%.Q: Is this product gluten free?
A: Yes, the Spring Roll Wrappers are gluten free. It contains tapioca starch and rice starch.