Zang Toi's supremely crispy spring rolls are filled with a mix of marinated shrimp, ground pork and a handful of colorful julienned vegetables, like carrot, jicama and beans. The fried shallot rings add alluring flavor and crunch to the spring rolls, too, but they're optional. Toi even makes his own chile sauce to serve as an accompaniment. More Delicious Fried Foods
The spring rolls can be assembled and then refrigerated for up to 3 hours before frying them.
Look for thin spring-roll wrappers, also known as lumpia wrappers, made with wheate flour; they're available at Asian markets, usually in the freezer section. Don't use egg roll wrappers; they're too thick.