Poh Pia Tod is Thailand’s interpretation of the popular Asian Spring Rolls. While ingredients can vary the basic spring roll consists of glass (mung bean) noodles, bean sprouts, wood ear mushrooms and shredded veg all tightly wrapped in thin pastry skins. Spring rolls generally come as vegetarian, tofu or chicken.
Poh Pia Tod spring rolls are deep fried roadside at Bangkok street food, chopped to pieces and handed out in plastic bags with a drizzle of sweet chili sauce. Another “to go” option. Buy a bag and pick at them with a wooden skewer.