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|Michael in Phoenix||
It is also good as a filling in spring rolls. In the Philippines they have their version of spring
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Posted to Thread #18885 at 4:05 pm on Aug 28, 2010
...rolls. One is similar to the Vietnamese version we all know and love, and the second version is deep fried.
We use this filling in fresh rolls, along with fresh mint, basil, been sprouts, etc. It is VERY good.
We usually fill the fresh rolls using the filling at room temperature. It can be hot too.
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