Friday, May 1, 2015


Vietnamese Spring roll or summer roll is a traditional Vietnamese food which is wrapped in rice paper. Like most of Vietnamese food, spring roll (goi cuon) is a very healthy diet which all ingredients are made fresh from pork(grilled or boiled), shrimp, or grilled beef, rice vermicelli, and vegetable. Spring roll is served cold, with either a simple sauce consisting of Hoisin sauce, garlic, peanut butter, and water or a combination of fish sauce, garlic, sugar, lime, and carrot.

Alot of people can't distinguish between Spring Roll and Egg's not the same. Egg roll is usually fried while spring rolls is made fresh. Well ... today, I'm going to show you how to make Vietnamese Spring Rolls.


These exotic spring rolls are perfect as an appetizer or a light lunch for two. The tasty rolls and dipping sauce are easy to make, and kids are sure to enjoy

First off, you may need to make a trip to an Asian market nearby for some ingredients like rice paper, rice vermicelli, and Chirashi chilli garlic sauce

You can buy any kind of rice vermicelli at the oriental store, just tell them you're making spring rolls

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