Spring roll

Spring roll

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Encyclopedia of Food and Cookery

Variations of spring rolls exist throughout Southeast Asia, their popularity extending to many countries of the Pacific. Spring rolls may be large or small, eaten as snack food or as part of a meal, their fillings differing from region to region. However, all share some characteristics: wafer-thin wrappers encasing a delectable filling, each one, whether large or small, being rolled up and deep-fried until crisp and golden.

Spring rolls are usually served with a dipping sauce, which again varies from region to region. Preparation of spring rolls is simpler now that we can buy freshly made or frozen wrappers from most good supermarkets, delicatessens or health food stores. There are usually about 20 wrappers per packet.

See also Rice Paper Sheets.

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