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Chile wrote:Those sound delicious! The wrappers you found are oil-free? I'll have to check at the Asian market next time I'm in that area because I love dumplings. It seems like the commercial vegetarian ones usually have tofu, which I'm allergic to, or are very high in fat so it would be great to be able to make them myself. Thanks for posting your recipe.
napagirl wrote:Would love to know the brand name of the dumplings you found.
patty wrote:I wonder how the spring roll wrappers would work. I think they are thinner. I will have to pay attention to what is being sold. The Chinese name for the cabbage is Won Bok. And I guess the wrappers can be cut and baked for won ton chips.
What fun.. Mahalo .. I will try your dumplings and soup.
patty wrote:I love the spring rolls.. I usually stay away from them because of the sauce. Have you found a good sauce without peanuts? I haven't really looked around and you have tweaked my interest.
Rob wrote:patty wrote:I love the spring rolls.. I usually stay away from them because of the sauce. Have you found a good sauce without peanuts? I haven't really looked around and you have tweaked my interest.
Most Asian grocery stores sell a red sweet/hot sauce that works well for spring rolls. A little goes a long ways!
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