Vietnamese Egg Roll

12 Jan

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When eating an egg roll, the Vietnamese egg rolls that are being sold from a cart are the most delicious. No Chinese egg rolls and no deep frozen and later deep fried egg rolls will ever beat the Vietnamese ones. Served with a (sweet) chili sauce they are a delicious snack. This particular egg roll was bought at the cart in the middle of the Haarlemmerstraat in Leiden. The price for an egg roll was 1 euro which is the average price in Leiden. Once in a while my mother buys ten of these just to have as a snack. I can’t wait for her to do that again very soon!

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