From the long line of traditional Vietnamese food, Chả Giò is among those that powerfully translate many of Vietnam’s colorful festivities. The recipe shows the Vietnamese inclination for abundance in taste and a beautiful expression of close family ties.
A popular Vietnamese dish, Chả Giò features a blend of pork, shrimp, and spices. This filling is wrapped in rice papers then deep-fried until golden and crispy.
These great-smelling and yummy little packets of goodness are especially popular as holiday treats. They can also be served either as a main course or as an appetizer. They are also served at any time of the day.
About Vietnamese Chả Giò Recipe
The extended border region of Vietnam was vulnerable to waves of countries coming to colonize the land. Various aspects of Vietnam were affected by each invasion. As such, the diversity of Vietnamese cuisine also began to take shape from these incoming countries.
This recipe is a dish with many unique features. You may think of it as a more delicate cousin of the Chinese egg rolls as they are wrapped with fragile rice paper. Thus becoming very brittle, especially when fried.
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