Though you may think that spring rolls are exclusively found at American-Chinese restaurants, they’re actually quite easy to make and can be filled with all kinds of things. You can use a classic filling, like shrimp, pork and julienned vegetables, or try something totally different, like David Chang’s mashed potato version. Here, our best spring roll recipes.
Spring Rolls with Pork and Glass Noodles
Star chef Danny Bowien ate crispy Vietnamese rolls for years before he finally got to watch one of Oklahoma City’s best Vietnamese cooks make them at home in a little frying pan. Oyster sauce gives the ground pork filling a subtle hit of sweetness. Slideshow: Vietnamese Recipes
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Crispy Turkey Kathi Rolls with Mint-and-Date Dipping Sauce
Kathi rolls, a popular street food in India, are made by rolling vegetables or meat in roti, an Indian flat bread. In her fabulous take on the recipe, Padma Lakshmi wraps flour tortillas around a succulent filling of ground turkey, fresh ginger, curry and basil, then pan-fries the rolls until crispy for decadent hors d'oeuvres that can be eaten as finger food. Plus: More Appetizer Recipes and Tips