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Old 04-22-2015, 08:15 PM   #31
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I have something called Tyj spring roll pastry in the freezer. Do you think that would that work?
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I have something called Tyj spring roll pastry in the freezer. Do you think that would that work?
Filling is raw. Spring roll wrappers are rice paper generally and it looks like what you have is rice paper. Gyoza wrappers are a flour-based dough so i don't think your wrappers would cook correctly.
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Filling is raw. Spring roll wrappers are rice paper generally and it looks like what you have is rice paper. Gyoza wrappers are a flour-based dough so i don't think your wrappers would cook correctly.
That's what I thought too. The ingredient list says: wheat flour, water, coconut oil, salt.
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The first time we bought spring rolls, we didn't know if we should cook them or not. They looked like they should be eaten as-is, but...

Steamed them lightly. The poor rice paper pretty much all "melted".
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That's what I thought too. The ingredient list says: wheat flour, water, coconut oil, salt.
I just looked at a package of the wrappers. They are made from wheat flour. No coconut oil though.
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I made a salad with a basic vinaigrette and used pork rinds for crutons.

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Old 04-23-2015, 05:21 PM   #37
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I made a salad with a basic vinaigrette and used pork rinds for crutons.

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Oh, that looks yummy. Hmm, pork rinds as croutons, now there's a thought.
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Oh, that looks yummy. Hmm, pork rinds as croutons, now there's a thought.
Thank you! They add a nice crunch and taste better than store bought crutons. But they do need to be added just before serving or they can get soggy.
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