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Friday, November 29, 2013

Fresh Vietnamese Spring Rolls (Goi Guon) 越南春卷

We like deep fried Vietnamese spring rolls but sometime I also prepare fresh type like this, it is refreshing and healthy!

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Ingredients used..FYI, you can get Vietnamese spring roll wrapper at Tesco..


How to wrap Fresh Vietnamese spring rolls..

For fresh spring rolls, it is nice to serve with this Peanut Hoisin dipping sauce instead of nuoc cham dipping sauce
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Fresh Vietnamese Spring Rolls (Goi Guon) 越南春卷
*makes 16 rolls

To prepare Peanut Hoisin sauce (Nuoc Leo)
50g warm water
50g hoisin sauce
60g crunchy peanut butter
1tbsp rice wine vinegar
1tsp sweet chili sauce
-Combine all the ingredients in a bowl and mix until well blended
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To prepare spring rolls
200g pork tenderloin
32 fresh medium prawns, peel and devein (or reduce half of the quantity if you like to halve the prawn)
½ carrot, shredded
1 cucumber, shredded
A bunch of coriander leaves
A bunch of basil leaves
1 small head butter lettuce leaves
50g dried rice vermicelli, blanched in hot water till soft
Vietnamese rice papers


  1. Bring water and one sprig of spring onions to a boil over medium heat in a saucepan and poach the pork for 10mins or until cooked. Remove and set aside to cool. Slice the pork into thin strips
  2. In the same pot of water, poach the prawns for 1min or until pink or just cooked. Remove and set aside to cool (You can also halve the prawns).
  3. To make the spring roll, briefly dip a rice wrapper in a bowl of water (drinking water) and use a clean cloth wipe off the excess water. Place on a dry surface, place a lettuce leaf onto the wrapper, and top with some pork strips, rice vermicelli, cucumber, carrot and basil leaves. Fold the closest edge of the wrapper over the filling, then fold in the sides and roll up halfway. Place 2 prawns, side by side, along the roll and top with coriander leaves, then continue to roll up tightly to complete the folding. Repeat until all the ingredients are used up.
  4. Arrange the spring rolls on a serving platter and serve with serving bowls of Peanut      Hoisin dipping sauce on the side.

Recipe inspired by: Homestyle Vietnamese cookbook, with slight changes


Victoria Bakes said...

this is so authentic looking... you are really good at everything u do Sonia

Sally said...


Mel said...

I remember the first time I made this, the spring roll wet and difficult to handle to wrap and got torn out just half way wrapping. Guess my hand wasnt delicate enough.

Jessie-CookingMoments said...

This is indeed a very refreshing dish! And I haven't had this for a long time too as if I prepare this dish, my children won't eat & I have to cook an extra dish just for them.

The way you wrapped the spring roll is very good coz can see the prawns clearly!

Sokehah cheah said...

This is one of my favourites. Prefer this to the fried ones. Very good presentation, Sonia!

CQUEK said...

oh yes one of my favourites too.

Ana Regalado said...

Those fresh Vietnamese spring rolls look pretty refreshing , Sonia ! Would love to try to make it sometime though I'm partial to deep-fried ones ;D

Esther Lau said...

Wow,Sedap betul!!! Now I know where to get the Vietnamese spring roll wrapper,thank you Sonia!!!

Joceline Lor said...


Baby Sumo said...

Sonia, this looks so pretty and so delicious too!

Li Shuan said...


Karen said...

很诱人的健康春卷。。你真的无所不能,厉害。。:)super like.

Jozelyn Ng said...

yummy! must go to tesco to look for the spring roll...hehe...thanks for sharing!

lena said...

make me feel like eating one now! i've yet to eat the deep fried version of vietnamese spring roll :)

Shu Han said...

Love love love vietnamese spring rolls. In fact you should probably know by now that I really liek vietnamese cuisine, because it;s always so light, fresh and healthy but with good flavours. It's so wonderful that you are doing lots of viet recipes recently! My good friend who's a viet chef in london will be so in awe :)

Gloria Fernandes said...

looks so delicious..nice clicks too

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Elin Chia said...

Nice one, I prefer this to the fried ones. The sauce must be tasty too ;) thanks for sharing. Great photography too!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

This is so tempting, makes me drooling...

mayck-law. Blogspot.com said...

这样的做法很新鲜, 很赞!

Unknown said...

I love Vietnamese spring rolls and these look great with the sauce.

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