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September 29, 2010

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tiff

i think i would call those rice paper rolls!

laura mullin

yum! i've been wanting to try my hand at making these. this looks like a sign, it's time to give them a try.

Vanita

Sounds good, but how do you close them? What about deep-frying?

Half Assed Kitchen

You fold them up like a burrito. And the edges stick because the rice/tapioca paper is a little sticky when it's wet. These you don't deep fry. And they're super healthy.

Vanita

Ah, thank you. :-)

LEON

Your recipe looks so good, I can almost smell it!

MommyTime

It's worth emphasizing that these are even easier because the recipe is ripe for substitutions, so you don't even have to make a special trip, as long as you have the wrappers in your cupboard. They're also good with chilled rice noodles in the mix; Chinese cabbage can be substituted for regular cabbage if you prefer; and cilantro instead of basil is an option. My mother used to make a slightly sweet vinaigrette using rice vinegar when we were kids. MMMM....

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