A fun way of serving dinner family style is to give everyone their own reigns to make-their-own. From pizza to sushi, bringing the kitchen to the tabletop makes a memorable family gathering or dinner party with friends. Whenever we have Vietnamese Summer Spring Rolls my Mr. is usually eating them as fast as I can make them, resulting in a perpetually empty serving plate. At our last family gathering I resolved this by hosting a make-your-own Vietnamese Summer Spring Roll party. A hit with everyone, the victory was affirmed by my sixteen-year-old step-son asking for the recipe and rushing home to make them for his mom and grandparents the following day. Packed with fresh herbs, veggies and slices of savory grilled pork chops and served with a peanut dipping sauce these Vietnamese Summer Spring Rolls pack well for lunch the next day—if there are any left over!
To make vegetarian, sub pork for tofu or any protein or all vegetables.
Photography by Food That Looks Good.