rice paper


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rice paper

[′rīs ‚pā·pər]
(materials)
A product, not a true paper and not made from rice, but manufactured from the pith of a tree grown in Taiwan; tissue-thin sheets of the pith are peeled away as a cylindrical section of the wood rotates against a knife.
Any of various oriental papers used in block printing.
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Rolls prepared with transparent rice papers may dry out if made too far in advance.
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12 x 20cm round rice paper wrappers (see tip, below)
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Dip rice paper wrapper in warm water for a few seconds--just until its pliable.
Desserts can be made portable by creating a 'cone' with a tortilla, fruit wrap, or rice paper and filling it with chopped fruit, vegan yogurt, and a sprinkling of nuts and carob chips.
(2) In a large bowl of hot water, quickly soak a rice paper until it becomes soft and lay out on a clean damp towel.