Guy Fieri Eats Standout Spring Rolls in Hawaii | Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives | Food Network

Guy gets a taste of some remarkable with ground pork, mushrooms and glass noodles at Le Yellow Sub food truck in Hawaii!
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  2. Looks awesome! Glad that you call them “spring rolls” (original name) and not what we Americans call “egg rolls”.

    1. I’d called them fried spring rolls. To me, spring rolls are the fresh ones that aren’t fried (what she called summer rolls).

    2. @Colleen Ross Sure, why not? Cover all the seasons…but Vietnam doesn’t really have fall and winter unless you’re up north. 🙂

    1. The way she served it is sort of traditionally how Vietnamese people would eat it as a main course (although the filling ingredients she used is a bit different, but the pre-cooking is definitely different). We’d wrap it up in like lettuce, herbs, rice vermicelli, and then dip. You eat like 6 and it’s a meal. 🙂

  3. Wait until Guy tries the authentic fried spring rolls…she made hers way different than how traditional ones are made – especially precooking the fillings but also what is in the filling is switched up a bit. I’d swap out the basil for mint and add a little vermicelli noodle before dipping. That’s Vietnamese fried spring rolls….

  4. Finally someone comes to Hawaii Island and not Oahu for a change 👏 Don’t forget to visit Kens House Of Pancakes for the best Diner food 🤙

  5. Guy, always love your ideas and exciting food ideas… something my friends and I would love to see… How about we have some accomplished chefs bid for the amount of time they can impress us with. I would like to actually see a meal that wasn’t rushed. You could be the first, to allow all of us who are regretting the the timeliness as we are eating vicariously through you and your judges and kids. How about they get every element of their respective finesse. Please let me see some of the amazing creations that can not be perfected in a time frame that does not account for possible quick cuisine. – — At least allow them to bid for time above 45min…. Everything capable is starting to blend- let’s see some of the talent of those who finesse flavor with the proper time to do so. Many of us are hungry for something out of the ordinary…

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