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Bar Bites: Spam and Pineapple Spring Rolls with Homemade Sweet and Sour Sauce

If sliced just right, Spam makes for an excellent spring roll filling—especially so when combined with slivers of fresh pineapple, toasted sesame seeds, and green onions. When fried to a crisp in hot oil, these Hawaii-ified spring rolls are great as is, but a dip in homemade sweet and sour sauce provides another contrast to the crunchy shell and toasted sesame seeds, salty Spam and sweet pineapple. More

Spam and Pineapple Spring Rolls with Homemade Sweet and Sour Sauce

If sliced just right, Spam makes for an excellent spring roll filling—especially so when combined with slivers of fresh pineapple, toasted sesame seeds, and green onions. When fried to a crisp in hot oil, these Hawaii-ified spring rolls are great as is, but a dip in homemade sweet and sour sauce provides another contrast to the crunchy shell and toasted sesame seeds, salty Spam and sweet pineapple. More

Chichi's Chinese: Spring Rolls

In China spring rolls tend to be quite small and made with very thin wrappers. Deep-fried, there is such a terrific contrast between the crispy shell and the tender, carrot-free interior. The filling is so soft and full of flavorful cabbage-y liquid, thickened with cornstarch for that signature "velvety" sheen. This might just change your whole outlook on spring rolls. More

Natto Spring Rolls

Imagine biting into a freshly fried spring roll, its shell breaking off in crispy, golden-brown shards to a piping-hot center of natto beans. The taste is still distinctly natto-esque, but with a kind of maturity and softness that is really pleasant. More

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