Goi Cuon
(Vietnamese Summer Rolls)
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This Vietnamese rice-paper wrap-up is a mixture of goodness consisting shrimp. meat, vermicelli (rice noodles) and vegetables (such as bean sprouts, cilantro and mint). Goi Cuon is normally served with a type of sauce (for example, Hoisin sauce). The texture of the "summer rolls" (literal translation for goi cuon) is interesting as it is both crunchy and chewy. In Vietnam, the name "spring rolls" would be used by some in reference to the fried version.

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The deep fried version is also popular, and is known as the Spring Rolls.

Before and during the Vietnam War, goi coun was mainly vegetables wrapped in rice paper. Meat and seafood became part and parcel of the ingredients after the war. The goi coun served today - in many countries all over the world - is an indication of how far and fast Vietnam  has progressed.
 

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Goi Cuon boleh dianggap sebagai "popia" negara Vietnam.

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