I only end up using half of the package (if I'm lucky) before it gets moldy. I'd like to cut down on this waste, so can anyone tell me if I can freeze the wonton skins as they are, or will the freezing screw up the texture?
Interline with wax paper so you can pull off only as many as you need.
Yep, I do it all the time. Wrap well for freezing so they don't dry out.
I regularly store them in the freezer for future use. Thaw them carefully, at room temp.
Yes. Depending on what type of skins you purchased, they may break up a bit more on boiling than non-frozen. No difference frying.
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