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Por Pia Tord (Fried Spring Roll)

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Por Pia Tord, which is the Thai fried spring roll, is the must-eat dish when you come to visit Thailand. Spring rolls appear in various versions in almost Asian countries such as Vietnam, China, Laos, Malaysia and Singapore. But Thai Por Pia Tord spring rolls still bring differences in flavor with a unique dip from Japanese apricot.

Por Pia Tord can be served as a tasteful appetizer in a yummy Thai meal or a fast snack for itself sold on the street vendors. Spring rolls are made by wrapping a savory mix of meat, shrimp, rice noodles and vegetables in a thin pastry sheet and deep frying them. Fry them until the outer pastry is crispy and the inside mix turns succulent. If you are vegetarian, you can replace meat, chicken and shrimp with mushrooms and hard tofu, fish sauce with soy one. You will enjoy delightful taste at the first bite with sweet and sour dips before starting the main meal or a party.

Thanks to the sweet & sour dip and crispy pastries with inside mixed vegetable fillings, Por Pia Tord has become one of the best-known appetizers among foreign visitors from not only in Thailand but in all over the world. For a long time, it has appeared from in almost family meal, on street vendors to luxury restaurants.

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