A gỏi cuốn, summer roll, Vietnamese salad roll, or fresh roll (Vietnamese: gỏi cuốn; literally "salad roll") is a Vietnamese dish consisting of pork, shrimp, herbs, bún (rice vermicelli), and other ingredients wrapped in Vietnamese rice paper (bánh tráng). They are served at room temperature, and are not deep fried. Summer roll has gained tremendous popularity among Vietnam's neighboring countries and in the West. Many Western restaurants serve Vietnamese summer rolls as an appetizer.
the goi cuon picture is a vegetarian variety served in Viet Chay, a restaurant within the grounds of the Vin Nghiem Pagoda in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. healthy and absolutely delicious!