I love eating spring rolls, I love hearing the crunchy noise as I sink my teeth into the roll’s crispy skin. I love eating “pho”, beef soup noodles from Vietnamese restaurants, pairing it with a side of crispy spring rolls while a cup of Vietnamese coffee is dripping slowly, waiting to be drunk at the end of the meal.
I always think the side of spring rolls is very expensive, usually half, if not more the price of the bowl of noodles, and it is so small in comparison! Alright, I admit it, there are lots of time-consuming and redundant steps involved in stuffing the spring roll with diced carrots, mined meats, and little pieces of mushrooms. But oh, when you sink your teeth into that little spring roll, yummy yummy.
You can imagine how happy I must be when my aunt offered to make me a bunch of spring rolls to trade-off for peanut butter cookies. Wow, look at the box of spring rolls she made me, I’ll be frying them for at least a week! How fun!