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  • adj. Attributive form of spring roll, noun.


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  • To make the fish packets: Hydrate the spring-roll wrappers in a bowl of hot water, one at a time, until soft and pliable, about 1 minute.

    Reinterpreting Roman Fare

  • Crispy shrimp rolls are the standard - shrimp in deep-fried spring-roll wrapper - wrought a little better than usual thanks to fast flash frying.

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  • The lemon trio is lemony fig newton in something like raw spring-roll wrapper with wonderful lemon cream sauce.

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  • Soak the spring-roll wrappers, one at a time, in the hot water just until barely soft and pliable, about 30 seconds.

    The Seattle Times

  • Throw in the pasta-like products that include dried Southeast Asian spring-roll wrappers made from rice flour and water, dried bean-thread noodles, which are sometimes labeled "cellophane" or "glass noodles," and the fresh Chinese pasta sheets known as egg-roll wrappers, and the potential for confusion mounts.

    The Seattle Times

  • Humm has a flair for combining contrasting textures and tastes-mixing sweet sea scallops with briny sea-urchin foam or encasing melt-in-the-mouth sweetbreads in crisp spring-roll wrappers.


  • The slow-roasted shredded pork, inside the light and crispy spring-roll shell, was moist and juicy.

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