Use Spring Roll Skins.

Spring roll skins are made with rice paper and are delicious.The skins can be used for a variety of purposes.You should practice rolling a skin with a traditional filling.Next, try experimenting with different dishes that can be made with spring roll skins.There is no limit to the fun and delicious ways you can use these rice wrappers.

Step 1: Take a single skin and put it in water for 10 seconds.

The bowl should be filled with water.Submerging a single skin in the center of the bowl takes around 10 seconds.If you don't soak the spring roll skin ahead of time, it's more likely to tear when you put a filling in the center.If the plate is deep enough, you can fill it with water.The water should be between 90 to 95 F.

Step 2: The skin should be put on a towel for half a minute to dry.

A clean and dry dish towel is a must.After soaking your skin, place it on top of the towel and let it dry for 30 seconds.If the wrapper is moist, you don't want the spring roll skin to be wet.When it is damp, spring roll skins are less likely to tear.

Step 3: Put your filling in the center of the skin.

Set 2 shrimp halves in the center of the skin, along with a small scoop of rice vermicelli and a pinch of mint.Cucumber sticks should be placed at a 45 degree angle in the center of the skin.When using rectangular skins, it is easy to place filling at an angle.If you angle the vegetables, they will form a diagonal line across the center of the skin.

Step 4: To create a tight fold, flip the left corner of the spring roll.

Take the left flap of spring roll skin and put it over the central filling.With the edge of the skin facing right, let this flap rest on the filling.To make your spring rolls more compact, try to keep this fold as tight as possible.If you use a square spring roll skin, fold the corner over to form a triangle.Try to form a semicircle with your folded skin if you are using a circular wrapper.

Step 5: Roll the skin and stop halfway along the spring roll skin.

Roll the filling to the right by pinching the folded edge of the spring roll.Pause so you can tuck and secure the rest of the wrapper after you have rolled about halfway across the skin.Make sure the filling is spread evenly throughout the roll by checking the spring roll at this point.If the spring roll seems odd, you can try again.

Step 6: Place the opposite edges of the skin into the rolled portion.

The edges of the spring roll skin should be folded forward.Make the finished product more secure by folding them into the section of spring roll that you already rolled.If the edges don't want to stay put, dip a finger into hot water and rub it across the folded crease to seal them in.

Step 7: Roll the skin until the spring roll closes.

Continue pinching the sides of the spring roll skin as you roll it forward to surround the filling.Press it into place with a finger.To seal the flap of spring roll skin, dip a finger into warm water and rub it along the edge.Store the leftover spring rolls in the fridge for a few days.

Step 8: Cut and bake spring roll skins to create healthy chips.

To slice the skins into triangular, tortilla chip-sized pieces, preheat the oven to 375 F and use a knife or pizza cutter.Place the pieces on the baking sheet and season them with your favorite spices.Place the tray in the oven to cook the pieces.You can put baked spring roll skins on top of a soup or salad.Cut the skins into strips for these dishes.If you want to stay traditional, you can use salt and pepper.Chili powder or cayenne pepper can add a burst of flavor to your chips.

Step 9: There is a tasty vegan sausage with a spring roll skin case.

The filling for your meat-free sausages should be rolled up with spring roll skins.Roll the wrap to the right until it forms a cylindrical shape.After rolling up the sausage, tuck in the upper and lower edges of the skin.A delicious vegan sausage mixture can be made with chopped vegetables, wheat gluten, and spices.

Step 10: To make a delicious dessert, bake spring roll skins.

While you lay out the skins on the baking sheet, preheat the oven to 375 F.Sprinkle a small amount of white sugar over the surface of each spring roll skin.If you want the sugar to look carmelized and brown, place this tray in the oven for about 4 minutes.

Step 11: Use spring roll skin as the wrapper to save time.

Instead of using dumpling dough, use spring roll sheets.Tuck the edges of the spring roll paper around the filling to make it look like a dumpling.To make the cooking process simpler, slice the spring roll skins into smaller circles using a knife.

Step 12: To make ravioli, fill the spring roll wrappers with cheese.

Place a spring roll skin in warm water and set it aside on a flat surface.The mixture of cheese should be placed in the center of the wrapper.To secure the filling, pinch the skin along the edges.The cheese should be melted by placing the pasta in a strainer.Baking is a better option if you want crispier ravioli.If you want to bake the ravioli pieces, place them on a cooking tray and bake them for 10 minutes.Thawed frozen spinach is the best for this recipe.