Vietnamese spring rolls at Puri Boga Restaurant are popular appetizers that come with the concept of healthy food. Many people generally know this food as Vietnamese Summer Rolls or fresh spring rolls. It is a popular Vietnamese dish with fresh, raw vegetables and herbs rolled up in rice paper wrappers. Unlike Chinese-style spring rolls that are typically fried, Vietnamese spring rolls are not cooked and are served cold.
The typical ingredients in Vietnamese spring rolls include thin rice vermicelli noodles, shredded or julienned vegetables such as carrots, lettuce, cucumber, and fresh herbs. The ingredients are arranged on a softened rice paper wrapper, then rolled up tightly like a burrito.
Vietnamese spring rolls are often served with a dipping sweet and sour sauce. The dipping sauce provides a tangy, sweet, and savory contrast to the roll’s fresh, crunchy vegetables and herbs.
Vietnamese spring rolls are a popular appetizer or light meal known for their fresh, healthy ingredients and vibrant colors. They are also a common item in many Vietnamese restaurants. But you can also order at Puri Boga Restaurant.