Vegan Vietnamese Spring Rolls // Chả Giò Chay

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It’s come to my attention that these wrappers are NOT vegan, as they have undeclared milk products in them (RE: Canada Inspection Agency). I don’t have another recommendation that is totally vegan, aside from using two layers of rice paper wrappers (hydrated) and then rolling those.

These Vegan Vietnamese spring rolls are the plant-based version of a family party classic!

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  1. It's come to my attention that these wrappers are NOT vegan, as they have undeclared milk products in them (RE: Canada Inspection Agency). I don't have another recommendation that is totally vegan, aside from using two layers of rice paper wrappers (hydrated) and then rolling those.

  2. This looks delicious! I've never made spring rolls but I may just give it a try! I just found your channel and love your recipes 🙂

  3. Yeah, our upright selves don't like frying, but our mouths really have a good relationship with what frying brings, like these spring rolls oh my goodness. Thank you!

  4. I just made spring rolls today using beyond meat, OMG SOOOOO GOOD!!!! Lol the ending of the video made me smile so big!! Who’s we?! 😂😂😂

  5. Please don't go vegan, dont follow the vegan propaganda my fellow Vietnamese. Humans are NOT herbivore. Plant based diet is malnourished and not suitable for human! We need animal fat, or saturated fat, which has been demonized by big pharma.
    By going vegan and eliminating junk food you will lose weight for sure, but eventually your body will need the missing nutrients like B12, Vitamin D, K2, etc. And no supplements don't work, just more money to the supplement industry. You need animal fat! There's a reason there are so many ex vegans now. Meat built civilization, not plants, has been the case for hundreds of thousands of years. There's literally NO tribe throughout human history that survived and thrived on 100% plant based!

  6. Thank you for the recipe love it. i have 1 quatio maby you no it;-) i also use that kind for springroll can i also use this for gamoza? or steamed dumplings?

  7. So fun they have different names, over here we call them all "lumpia" and just add the country of origin to it LOL These are called vietnamese lumpia, we do have chinese ones as well and lots of other ones from big to real small. I love them but cant handle the fat that well anymore. Maybe I'll try to make a oven-friendly version..

  8. Can't wait to try your recipe! I only grew up with the rice paper version, but I love both. My attempts at making a vegan filling in the past have always ended too moist and mushy, so I'm really excited about your filling!

  9. Have you made bún xào? It’s my favourite breakfast food here in HCMC and it’s cold so you must be able to make it in advance and stuff? Would love to see a recipe for that

  10. Yummm I love viet spring rolls and now I can make them this weekend 🙂
    Do you know where to buy the stringy lacy wrapping they are sometimes wrapped in

  11. Yum! These look so good! This is the second vegan lumpia recipe I have watched today! Sweet Simple Vegan just put out a video making Filipino lumpia with the same wrappers you used. It’s a comfort food kind of week, I suppose.☺️

  12. It's so interesting seeing other people making their springrolls. I usually do not comment under videos but I think it would be interesting sharing all our recipes from our families.
    How my mum makes her springrolls:
    – chopping carrots, turnip cabbage (Kohlrabi in german), onions, morels
    – soak glass noodles in cold water and leaving them relatively long
    – adding bean sprouts
    – putting ingredients in a big bowl and mix it with salt, vegan fish sauce and sugar
    – we do not even use any meat replacement
    You can fry them as Lisa is showing or even put them in the oven without any oil. You can easily freeze them and eat them anytime you want by reheating them in the oven.
    Greetings from Germany!

  13. time to ditch my frozen grocery store spring rolls for these, lol
    Sadly it's inpossible to get Taro here.. Loved the outtakes and the rant about bread bowl soup.

  14. Omg I wanted to bite them through my phone screen so bad I'm too hungry for this !!!! Those crunchy sounds are to die for !! Thanks for sharing <3

  15. The only spring rolls I've grown up eating and to me, the OG spring rolls. The ingredients you use are the same my mom uses, except for the meat replacement. We use tofu, which works really well actually! Never tried ground round, but I'll have to. Thanks for your vegan Vietnamese recipes!

  16. I've made fried spring rolls with rice paper. I use 2 sheets since the rice paper I get is thin. I've done it 3 times and I'm still experimenting with the recipe.I love your channel. What kinds of fruit do you eat? I'm going through my "tiny fruit phase" meaning I'm eating mini mangoes and bananas that are less than half the size of most bananas. Are there any Vietnamese fruit recipes I should try?

  17. You are legit one of my favorite people in the world! You crack me up. Thank you for this recipe and your outtakes!!! You made my day! 🤗🤗🤗

  18. These look amazing! And the oily waiting game is real… The ones I used to have at Pho Hung on Spadina were made with rice paper rolls and the CRUNCH was beyond belief

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