With roast pork, fresh herbs, salad and a hint of chilli, these Mini Vietnamese Pork Buns will be the hit of your next cocktail party.
By Christina Soong-Kroeger
I adore Vietnamese food. The combination of Asian ingredients and cooking styles with French influences and fresh herbs makes it one of my all-time favourite cuisines.
When my beautiful niece turned one, my brother and sister in law celebrated with a big party. As part of a stunning buffet spread, they served up make your own Vietnamese pork rolls and they were hugely popular.
So when we had a pre-Christmas together recently I wanted to serve up Pork Rolls. However, I decided to serve a mini version, as the full-size roll is usually enough for a meal.
With roast pork, fresh herbs, salad and a hint of chilli, these Mini Vietnamese Pork Buns will be the hit of your next cocktail party.Print
Christina publishes The Hungry Australian - a collection of recipes, reviews and stories about food - and is a regular contributor to Sumptuous. Her writing has appeared in the China Daily and That’s Shanghai while her photography regularly appears on Foodgawker, Tasteologie and Photograzing. After eating her way around Shanghai, London, Hong Kong, Leeds and Melbourne, she now calls Adelaide, South Australia, home again.