Spring roll wrappers

Spring roll wrappers are paper-thin noodle wrappers used to encase meat, vegetable, and other fillings for the Asian dish known as spring rolls or for other recipes. They are sold in 1-pound (500 g) packages containing 2½ to 3 dozen square or circular wrappers measuring about 8 – 8½ inches (21.5 cm) across. Look for them in well-stocked grocery stores and Asian markets.

An Asian noodle wrapper that is paper thin, used to wrap meat, vegetables and other fillings, which are then deep-fried in the wrapper. They are sold in packages containing several dozen squares or rounds, which are approximately 8 inches across and found in Asian markets and in some supermarkets. The wrapper may be made of dough or rice paper, which is common in Vietnam as other Asian countries.

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