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Spring Roll Wrapper - 8.25 inches

Spring Roll Wrapper - 8.25 inches

from China by Rose Brand
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1 bag - 12 oz room temp $4.54 $4.54 6103901
20 bags - 12 oz ea room temp $4.40 $88.00 6103902

Spring Roll Wrapper - 8.25 inches

There are many traditional Asian dishes, but one that’s beloved and has been fully embraced in America is definitely the spring roll. We know it from Chinese food takeout, but it’s also a staple in Vietnamese, Japanese, and Thai cuisine. These spring rolls are also called banh trang in Thailand and Vietnam.

These rice wrappers are made out of tapioca and rice starch, making them 100% gluten free and suitable for gluten-free and paleo diets. Also called rice paper, they can be filled and baked, or dipped in warm water and served as clear summer rolls or salad rolls. The trick to these Spring Roll Wrappers is that warm-water dip prior to use. Dip them in warm water until just wet – not soaked – so the paper becomes pliable. Remove and lay flat, and then wait for a minute or two before filling.

Fill them with veggies, shrimp, pulled pork, meat, chicken, or really whatever your fancy takes you. Rice and veggies are a great, easy combo for a filling meal, while shrimp, rice noodles and assorted veggies is a classic combination. It makes for a healthy meal, with very few calories, carbs or fat. Serve them with your favorite dipping sauce – soy sauce, peanut sauce, perhaps a classic hoisin sauce. They’re handy, versatile and easy to use. These particular type of wrappers are NOT suitable for frying but can be baked or steamed. About 30-35 wrappers per package approximately.

Ingredients: Tapioca starch, rice starch, salt, water.
Availability: Usually ships within 1 business days. Product is non-perishable and can ship via Ground service.

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Product Questions And Answers

Q: How would you use these wrappers for making Chinese Jian Bing?
A: The Spring Rolls are not suitable for frying, they should be baked or cooked instead. Since Jian Bing requires frying the Spring Rolls are not recommended for it.

Q: If, as you say, the wrappers are gluten free, why does the wrapper say Ingredients: flour, salt, water?
A: The flour used for the Spring Roll Wrappers is Tapioca flour (starch), which is gluten free.

Q: How long do u soak the wrappers?
A: The Spring Roll Wrappers need to be soaked for approximately half a minute.

Q: How do I wet or soak them?
A: The spring roll wrappers should be individually soaked in warm water. You can fill with warm water a bowl or a plate that has a larger diameter than the wrappers themselves and then soak the wrappers one by one. Once a wrapper is soaked and wet you can lay it on a flat surface (such as a cutting board), fill it and wrap it.

Q: Can I use these for spring rolls in an air fryer?
A: These spring rolls are not suitable for frying, we recommend you bake or cook them.

Q: How many calories per wrapper?
A: There are 28.3 calories per wrapper.

Q: How many carbs in one wrapper?
A: There are around 7g of Carbohydrates per wrapper.

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. The sodium content 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.

Spring Roll Wrapper - 8.25 inches Recipes

Spicy Shrimp Spring Rolls with Peanut Dipping Sauce
Piquant Thai Basil and a special blend of spices gives these shrimp spring rolls a great spicy flavor that's perfectly offset by the creamy peanut dipping sauce.
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