Spring roll skins/ wrappers also known as Vietnamese rice paper, edible rice paper is used for making fresh summer rolls (salad rolls) or fried spring rolls in Vietnamese cuisine, where the rice paper is called bánh tráng or bánh đa.
Rice Paper comprises of eatable ultra thin sheets of paper took off from a blend of white rice flour, tapioca flour, salt, and water. The tapioca powder makes the rice paper glutinous and smooth. It is usually sold dried in thin, crisp, translucent round sheets that are wrapped in cellophane. The sheets can be dipped, ever so briefly, in warm water to soften them up and then used to wrap either a savoury or a sweet filling. While the rice flour comprises the body of the paper, tapioca flour is added to give is a smooth and glutinous appearance and texture, so that it doesn’t break apart.
HBMfood supplies high quality Spring roll skins/ wrappers that is produced from modern and closed production line to insure the quality for export standard. Let use our Rice paper to make delicious fresh spring roll or fried spring roll. Your whole family including elderly and children will love the dish.
Ideal for wrapping meat, seafoods, and vegetables…serve cold, fresh.
Storage: Keep in cool, dry place away from direct sunlight
Packing: 340g, 500g or as buyer’s request
II. Specification: Spring roll skins/ wrappers (For fresh rolls)
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IV. Instruction for use
Step 1: Take your spring roll wrapper and place it in your rice paper water bowl of warm water. You need to let the rice paper sit in the water for 10-20 seconds until it becomes pliable.
Step 2: When with feel ready take your spring roll wrapper out of the water.
Step 3: Begin to fill your wrapper with all of your ingredients by placing everything in the center, making a rectangle shape. Be careful not to overfill your spring roll wrapper because you won’t be able to roll it shut!
Step 4: Start by folding the top and bottom sides in. Starting on the left-hand side, stretch the wrapper around the pile of ingredients, tucking and rolling the paper under the pile just a little bit.
Step 5: Tuck those corners in and then continue to roll all the way, making your roll as tight as possible without ripping the rice paper wrapper.
Step 6: Enjoy with your favorite dipping sauce.