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spring roll vs. egg roll

[ spring-rohl ]
  1. (in Asian cuisine) a cylindrical casing of rice paper, or sometimes wheat-and-egg dough, filled with a shredded mixture of vegetables and often meat or seafood, served fresh or deep-fried.
  2. egg roll.
[ eg-rohl ]
  1. (in Chinese–American cuisine) a thin cylindrical casing of wheat–and–egg dough filled with a shredded mixture of cabbage, bamboo shoots, meat or shrimp, etc., and fried in deep fat.
  2. spring roll.

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