I need to provide images for brand / image. Basically, VHT in Perth stocks mini-spring rolls. Approx. $12 a packet - enough to feed a small army definitely over 80 in a packet. This is much cheaper than your supermarkets faux Asian spring rolls.
How to cook:
Shall fry in vegetable or olive oil.
Dry out on papertowel or baking rack to remove excess oil.
Serve on platters with sweet chilli sauce or whatever condiments you like. I wouldn't suggest soy sauce - it would be too salty.
Takes less than 2 mins to fry up a batch.
Taste test: 5 out of 5 Stars. (It's the deep fried goodness, convenience and passes the Asian taste test - my traditional Chinese parents even liked it without criticising so that says something.)
I used star anise/peppercorn infused olive oil for shallow frying in a wok. Just pop a star anise and some Szechuan Peppercorns into oil as you're heating it. You can also add cloves for added spice flavouring.
Picture: unavailable (I made it and then forgot to take photos. Will do another batch and take photos.)