Asian recipe roll spring
Eating fresh Vietnamese spring rolls fresh summer rolls is a favorite dish that I grew up with and one dish that I absolutely love sharing with my friends. Todd and I have frequent spring roll parties where we grill fresh meats and vegetables, roll spring rolls and stuff ourselves for hours. All our popular spring roll recipes can be found here. Everyone has a different method, I understand this , so always be open to learning different ways to roll spring rolls.
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Vietnamese Spring Rolls
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Every country in Southeast Asia has its own interpretation of spring rolls. The Mamak Indian-Muslim prefer sweet date sauce in their spring rolls and less ingredients. They also like their popiah spring rolls deep fried to perfection and served with spicy hot sauce. In the Philippines, spring rolls are called lumpia and come in smaller packages; while in Vietnam, Cha Gio Vietnamese spring rolls are filled with ground pork and cellophane noodles instead of vegetables. Then, there is the popular egg roll —a common appetizer in American Chinese restaurants—made with a thick spring roll egg roll wrapper and packed with shredded cabbage and served with sweet and sour sauce.
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Use this homemade spring roll recipe to make the Cantonese version of spring rolls that you know and love from dim sum restaurants! When I was growing up, Chinatown was the only place you went for authentic Chinese food, but it was almost exclusively Cantonese restaurants. Nowadays, Chinese food in the US has come a long way, thanks to an influx of immigrants from all over China. Judy posted a Shanghai-style spring roll on the blog already.
The crackling sound of the first bite brings back the memory of the bustling old-school Dim Sum shop once I had as a kid. The middle age women pushing the dim sum cart trundled through the narrow gap between rickety tables. Watching the high tower of bamboo steamers with spring rolls, Char Siu Bao , Shumai and shrimp dumplings is enough to make my belly rumbled.