Prasuma Vegetable Spring Rolls Review – Full Of Flavor (2023)
A crisp, flaky outer crust loaded with a well-seasoned stuffing, Prasuma Vegetable Spring rolls are a rollercoaster of flavors in each bite.
Our reviews are research-based, and all trials and testings are conducted in-house over days and weeks. We have a strict no-free-sample policy to ensure our reviews are fair and impartial.
It’s fried, it’s crisp, it’s got veggies and noodles- what’s not to like about some sizzling hot spring rolls.
We’re always excited to try vegetarian snacks that are not potato-based. This new launch by Prasuma contains black mushrooms which added to our excitement. In this Prasuma Vegetable Spring rolls review, we discuss everything from the filling to the crust.
Should this be invited to your next house party?
Table of Contents
Prasuma Vegetable Spring Rolls – Quick Glance
Here’s all you need to know about Prasuma Vegetable Spring rolls.
|Prasuma Vegetable Spring Rolls||Product Parameters|
|Net Quantity||240 grams|
Our Review Factors
What were we looking for in Prasuma Vegetable Spring rolls?
A crisp, flaky exterior with a well-flavored filling, a wholesome bite, overall freshness and convenience is what we looked for.
Do the veggies taste fresh? What about the black mushrooms? Did they bring the natural smokiness they’re renowned for? Was the stuffing seasoned well? Do the ingredients work in sync, or was it too overwhelming for the palette?
Do the flavors of the spring roll pair well with the dip accompanied?
Spring rolls must have a thin, flaky crust that is crispy. Was the stuffing well-cooked? Were the noodles boiled well? What about veggies, were they softened or raw?
We also gauged the ratio of crust to filling.
3. Other Parameters
The price, packaging, instructions, and other non-tasting parameters were put to test here.
Prasuma Vegetable Spring Rolls – Detailed Review
Price & Packaging
A 240-gram pack holding six pieces is priced at Rs 175/- It has a 12-month shelf life. The dipping sauce comes inside the pack.
Refined wheat flour (maida), carrot, onion, glass vermicelli (pea starch, tapioca starch, water), black fungus mushroom, cabbage, refined soyabean oil, garlic, chilli paste, lemon grass, soy sauce, coconut oil, sodium caseinate, wheat starch, maltodextrin, flour treatment agent (INS 300), spices and condiments.
Sweet chilli sauce
Sugar, red chilli, garlic, water, salt, acidity regulator (INS 260)
There are three servings in a pack. One serving (approximately 2 pieces) offers 78.95 Kcal with 0 grams of protein or fats, and 18.94 grams of carbohydrates, of which 9.47 grams is sugar and 378.9 mg of sodium.
Black fungus mushroom
These mushrooms are low in carbohydrates and fats, but offer more protein and fiber. The texture makes them a plant-based alternative to meat with an umami flavor.
Sodium caseinate is an essential component in several milk-based products like ice cream and cheese. It is the primary protein content in cow’s milk and also responsible for the opaque, white, milky appearance.
Maltodextrin is typically used as a thickener or a filler in an attempt to increase the food volume. Sauces, salad dressings, puddings use maltodextrin.
Citric acid is an acidity regulator that maintains the pH balance of food while imparting a citrusy flavor.
How we made them
The pack lists three cooking alternatives- air fry, deep fry, and steam.
We deep-fried a batch for our review.
Once the oil was hot enough, we added the spring rolls and reduced the flame to low. The spring rolls were fried for 5-6 minutes, until they achieved an inviting golden brown appearance.
We served these hot with the Thai Sweet Chilli sauce it came with.
Taste & Texture
The outer crust was flaky and crispy. It fried uniformly within the specified time frame. The quantity of the filling is quite generous, there were no empty pockets of dough.
The shredded carrots and cabbage lent a chewy, fibrous bite, and the mushrooms and glass noodles imparted a springy bite.
Taste-wise, we quite liked it as it wasn’t dominant on cabbage which can be the case with most frozen spring rolls. The seasoning was well-rounded with a medium level of spice. The black mushrooms added an earthy but complex flavor and the veggies were fresh. The stuffing also had a subtle garlic warmth but the lemon grass flavor was lacking.
THE DIPPING SAUCE! We loved the flavors this added. It was sweet and salty with a hint of chilli. This complimented the spiciness of the spring rolls beautifully. A note of appreciation for Prasuma for adding a complimenting sauce to the bag and not going with the same old momo-sauce.
- There were no broken pieces.
- The spring rolls are quick-cooking.
- The outer cover had the perfect crunch.
- The stuffing was well-seasoned and filled generously.
- We LOVED the dip.
From unannounced guests to untimely cravings and everything in between, Prasuma Vegetable Spring Rolls are a unique vegetarian snack that is neither paneer nor potato.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some interesting FAQs on Prasuma Vegetable Spring rolls
No, these cannot be labeled as healthy. They contain maltodextrin which is not advised for regular consumption. Consuming packaged and processed food should be occasional.
This contains maltodextrin that enhances food volume but also doubles as a preservative.
There are six pieces of spring roll in a 240-gram pack.
No, the seasoning is well-rounded. These are not too spicy.
You can seal and store them in a freezer.
Mishry had a delightful experience with Prasuma Vegetable Spring rolls. Everything from the outer cover to the stuffing is on point. Taste and texture, these spring rolls were a hearty snack.
Spring rolls or momos, what do you prefer?