Gỏi Cuốn Veggie (spring rolls)

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Gỏi Cuốn, known as spring rolls, is one of the most popular specialities in Vietnam and outside the country. "Gỏi" means salad and "Cuốn" means to roll or a roll. Traditionally Gỏi Cuốn is enjoyed as an aperitif or starter.

This dish is mainly composed of rice vermicelli, slices of pork belly, shrimps, mung bean sprouts, cucumber, mint leaves and a lettuce leaf. This all rolled up in a rice paper (bánh tráng). It is usually accompanied by a hoisin sauce. Komi box offers you a revisited, colourful and veggie version of the Gỏi Cuốn with a tofu stir-fry and an omelette.

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Main ingredients
Hoisin sauce
Mix of vegetables
Nước mắm sauce (fish sauce)
Peanut sauce
Rice papers
Rice vermicelli
Sesame crackers
Sesame seeds
To add by yourself
Cooking oil
Gluten free
20-30 min