Spring Roll Sheets Recipe / Dough Method – Perfect Way | Homemade

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Hey Foodies,

Haven’t we always thought to make some rolls/wrappers at home.. Specially those spring rolls, which just rolls on our thoughts! 😛

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We all have thought, and getting sheets from market is easy, but not easy to find at times..

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Well, so we think of making at home and usually end up with make a batter and cooking it like a pancake.. And finally what we get is uneven, thick-n-thin at places, round sheets. Which are okay, but what’s better?

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Well, watch out the recipe:

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Spring Roll Sheets Recipe / Dough Method - Perfect Way | Homemade
  • Plain Flour / Maida - 1 Cup
  • Corn Flour - ½ Cup
  • Salt - To Taste
  • Water - As required
  1. Add the plain flour, corn flour, salt to a bowl and add sufficient water to make a soft dough.
  2. Let the dough rest for a while.
  3. Divide the dough into small portions, dust plain flour/maida if its sticky. Roll the dough portions to thin sheets, snip the sides off with a pizza cutter if you wish to.
  4. Heat up a tawa/skillet. Once hot, place of the sheets, and as soon as the dough gets its moisture off and the color changes a wee bit flip over.
  5. Transfer to a plate, cover with a cloth and continue making. Enjoy.
For Storing: Apply oil in between sheets and double wrap in cling wrap and freeze.
Stuffing recipe: Heat a pan with 2 tbsp oil. Add a tsp each of ginger, garlic and chili sliced. Stir, add 2 onions sliced. Once they sweat, add ½ cup of mixed bell peppers, carrots, french beans chopped. Season with salt, pepper. Add a tbsp of soy sauce, a tsp of schezwan sauce, a tsp of tomato ketchup, ½ tsp vinegar. Stir, add the cabbage saute, and transfer to a plate to cool.

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What are you waiting for? Make ’em and enjoy! 😀

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