A summer roll ( gỏi cuốn; literally "mix salad rolled") is a Vietnamese food consisting of pork, shrimp, herbs, rice vermicelli, and other ingredients wrapped in rice paper. Unlike Chinese egg rolls or spring rolls, summer rolls are served cold, and are not fried.
Summer rolls are normally dipped in either a simple sauce consisting of Hoisin sauce, garlic, peanut butter, and water which are boiled until well blended or a combination of fish sauce, garlic, sugar, lime, and carrot.
Although typically served as an appetizer in the West, summer rolls typically compose a full meal in Vietnam. Unlike spring rolls, summer rolls are not fried and are served either cold or at room temperature.
Nguyên liệu: (cho 4 người ăn)
- 100g thịt ba rọi
- 100g tôm tươi
- 100g bún
- 8 cái bánh tráng tròn trung
- Xà lách, rau húng cay, húng lủi…
*Muốn bánh tráng không bị giòn, vỡ, rách khi ăn những món cuốn gói, trước khi dùng đến, ta ủ bánh tráng trong lá chuối khoảng 3, 4 tiếng cho bánh dẻo mềm để dễ gói hơn.