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Chả giò, which can be roughly translated as "minced pork roll," is a popular dish in Vietnamese cuisine and usually served as an appetizer in America and European countries, where there are large Vietnamese communities. In northern Vietnam, it is referred to as nem rán ("fried minced pork").

Vietnamese recipe

Rice wafer[edit | edit source]

Rolling[edit | edit source]