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Vietnamese Fried Spring Roll

Hanoi fried spring rolls are very popular and appear on almost every restaurant menu. Hanoians are very proud of their spring rolls. It’s a perfect starter for whoever loves fried spring rolls. There are quite a few different recipes for fried spring rolls but I would like to give you the following recipe which includes pork rather than fish or something else.


Onion: 200g (finely chopped)
Carrot: 150g (finely chopped)
Dry vermicelli: 30g
Earwood: 30g
Black mushroom: 30g
Minced pork: 300g
Crab meat: 500g
Egg : 02
Pepper, sugar: 1/10 teaspoon
Chicken powder ¼ teaspoon
Cooking oil: 200ml
Fish Sauce: 1 teaspoon
Sugar: 1 teaspoon
Fresh Water: 03 teaspoon
Vinegar or fresh lime juice: 01 teaspoon
Fresh Chilli, garlic: 01 teaspoon
Square rice papper, Coconut milk.


How to make:
Soak dry vermicelli, earwood, black mushroom in water for 20 minutes. Then dry & finely chop. Put all the prepared ingredients into a large mixing bowl and mix them well. Place some of the above prepared ingredients on a sheet of rice paper before rolling it into rolls. Put cooking oil into a pan, bring to a high heat, put spring rolls in & turn occasionally until the color of the “nem” turns light brown. Serve hot with herbs & dipping sauce.


Dipping Sauce:

Lemon: squeeze for juice. Put fish sauce, sugar, lemon juice, garlic and chili in a large mixing bowl; add 2 spoonfuls of water in, then stir well.


If you follow this recipe, which is enough for four people.

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