Growing up, one of my best friends was Vietnamese and she and her family introduced me to the magic of Vietnamese Egg Rolls (Chả Giò). These, in my opinion, are SOOOOO much better than traditional Chinese egg rolls. One weekend, her mom taught us how to make them. And while it is a little labor intensive, the process is simple and they taste incredible when they’re freshly made.
Vietnamese Egg Rolls (Chả Giò) are tasty rolls of blended pork, shrimp and spices wrapped in rice papers then deep-fired until golden and crispy.
Served either as a main course or appetizer, these great-smelling and delicious little packages of goodness may be known as holiday treats, yet they can practically be served in any occasion or just any day when you desire a hearty snack.
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