How do you keep spring rolls from sticking to each other?
Keep your work surface wet.
Rice paper wrappers are sticky. The easiest way to keep them from sticking to your work surface and themselves it to keep them wet. Working on a damp towel also helps prevent sticking and aids rolling.
How do you store rice paper rolls overnight?
Cover them with a damp paper towel, then wrap well in plastic wrap, and refrigerate. Refrigerating firms and toughens the wrappers and noodles [inside the roll, in this recipe] slightly (if they are a little dry, wipe them gently with a damp cloth).
How do you store uncooked spring rolls?
You can hold uncooked rolled lumpia under damp towels at room temperature for up to 1 hour, or freeze them in a single layer on baking sheets; once frozen, transfer to freezer bags and freeze for up to 1 month.
How do you soften leftover spring rolls?
Contrary to common belief, spring rolls can be revived the next day! Dip the rolls in filtered water quickly and wipe off excess water. Put the rolls in a microwave safe tray and cover with a wet paper towel. Let sit for a minute before enjoying.
Why are my spring rolls so sticky?
Why are my rice paper rolls sticky? Rice paper will naturally become sticky once wet. If your wrapper is too sticky to roll, try dipping it in the water for less time or working on top of a damp tea towel. Rice paper rolls will also stick together after being made, see below for how to store them.
Why do my spring rolls split?
Water expands when it freezes, so you probably have an excess of water in the spring rolls that is causing the skins to break when you freeze them. Try draining the filling as much as you can before freezing them, or leaving a bit of excess room when you wrap them.