Internet Gives A Thumbs Up To Japanese-Style Spring Rolls


Be it cheat meals, special occasions or treats to friends, the eclectic varieties of Indian street food pops first in every foodie’s mind. And why not? After all the lip-smacking flavours of street food bring our taste buds back to life. A viral video brings forth a new dish that needs a special place in your foodie diary—Spring rolls. Well, they aren’t any ordinary spring rolls with noodles filling but Japanese-style spring rolls. The clip was shared by an Instagram food page Foodpandits. The clip opens by showing a street vendor surrounded by customers who are waiting in line for their turn. The food vlogger can be heard asking the vendor there are multiple men selling the same dish in this vicinity, but why none of them have such customer line-ups? To this, the vendor can be heard talking about the unique varieties he offers.
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During his conversation, the vendor revealed that he sells mushroom corn spring rolls, paneer malai, and paneer masala spring rolls. When he asked about what was new about it. The vendor explained that he recently visited Japan and started preparing these spring rolls with a bit of a Japanese touch to them. The vlogger goes on to explain that he prepares the food neatly in clean oil. The vlogger also tries out the spring rolls. After tasting the mushroom corn spring rolls, the food vlogger said, “One of the finest spring rolls I have ever tried.” In the caption, the vlogger revealed that the vendor sells these spring rolls in Chandigarh. Sharing the video, he wrote, “Japani Style Spring Rolls.”

The internet was impressed with the dish to such an extent that a few among them also revealed that they visited the place to try it out. However, the vendor wasn’t available. The comment read, “Currently he is not available at this location.”

Apart from this, the comments section was flooded with heart-eye emoticons and fire emoticons.

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