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what kind of food wrap is this?

Looks delicious: She posted a picture of prawn spring rolls to her Instagram account

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Re: what kind of food wrap is this?

Looks like rice paper spring rolls.

 

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Re: what kind of food wrap is this?

Rice flour?

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Re: what kind of food wrap is this?

Spring Roll Wrappers made of rice. 

You can buy these at most any grocery which has an Asian section.

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Re: what kind of food wrap is this?

Rice Spring Roll Wrappers

 

 

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Re: what kind of food wrap is this?

Those are great looking spring rolls.  As mentioned, they are rice paper wraps.

 

One of my favorite things to get at a Vietnamese restaurant are those rolls. 

 

I'm going to try to make some next week. 

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Re: what kind of food wrap is this?

Vietnamese summer rolls, spring rolls are smaller and fried.

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Re: what kind of food wrap is this?

Sorry, I misread your ?, as was stated by poster it is rice flour. It is very delicate and lovely and elegant.

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Re: what kind of food wrap is this?

@IMW  Thanks for correcting me! 

 

Yes, summer rolls.  I just had some Wednesday with fresh basil.


@IMW wrote:

Vietnamese summer rolls, spring rolls are smaller and fried.


 

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Re: what kind of food wrap is this?

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I make these...they are yummy!  You can purchase these already made at TJ's in the deli section with shrimp or tofu and a peanut sauce is included (whole foods has exactly the same product at a higher price). The wrappers are very delicate so a little practice is required.  The wrappers are very inexpensive and a delicious way to wrap up veggies!