BANH CUON IN HO CHI MINH CITY

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The famous Vietnamese Steamed Rice Rolls (Banh Cuon) are made by stuffing ground pork, minced black fungus, & shallots into a thin, wide and translucent sheet of steamed fermented rice batter. Vietnamese people usually eat Banh Cuon with Vietnamese pork pie, bean sprouts, various Vietnamese herbs, sliced cucumber, deep-fried chopped shallot và dipping fish sauce. A drop of the essence of the expensive và rare lethocerus indicus adds flavor lớn the fish sauce dip & we call it Nuoc Mam Ca Cuong. There are some old restaurants or food stalls in Ha Noi serve Banh Cuon with Nuoc Mam Ca Cuong these days.

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A different version of Vietnamese Steamed Rice Rolls is found in Thanh Tri – a suburban district of Hanoi và Kenh village in phái mạnh Dinh Province. We hotline them Banh Cuon Thanh Tri và Banh Cuon Lang Kenh. These kinds of Vietnamese Steamed Rice Roll aren’t rolls, but just slightly steamed rice sheets. The rolls are served with sliced pork pie, deep-fried chopped shallot or prawn.

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A dish of Banh Cuon with herbs, sliced cucumber, boiled bean sprouts, sliced pork pie, dip và fried shallopPhoto by Scooter Saigon Tour

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Deep-fried onion is a must topping of this traditional cake – Photo by Scooter Saigon Tour

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Banh Cuon with lots of toppings – Photo by Scooter Saigon Tour

How lớn make Vietnamese Steamed Rice Rolls?

Vietnamese Steamed Rice Rolls is unique for its extremely thin & delicate crepe. The reason for this thinness is the cooking process. Firstly, the cook pours a thin layer of steam rice batter onto the fabric covered on a pot containing boiling water. She uses a flat bamboo stick to lớn lift off the rice crepe and wait until the crepe is well-done, tender, and sweet-smelling. Then the cook slightly gets the steamed rice sheet out of the cloth, put filling onto the sheet, and roll the sheet with the filling. The cook must be skillful and patient lớn make Banh Cuon.

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The rice batter used lớn make Banh Cuon – Photo by Scooter Saigon Tour

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The special big pot used lớn steam Banh Cuon – Photo by Scooter Saigon Tour

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Banh Cuon is cooked on a thin cloth – Photo by Scooter Saigon Tour

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The cook stuffs the steamed rice sheets with ground pork, đen wood ear, & minced shallot – Photo by Scooter Saigon Tour

Are you mouth-watering at the dish of Vietnamese Steamed Rice Rolls? If you have a chance to visit Vietnam, vày not hesitate to lớn taste this amazing food.

Where to eat Vietnamese Steamed Rice Rolls in Vietnam?

Best places to eat Banh Cuon in Hanoi

Banh Cuon cha Hoanh at 66 to lớn Hien Thanh Street, District Hai cha Trung, Hanoi19 Nguyen Binh Khiem Street, District Hai cha Trung, HanoiBanh Cuon bố Trieu at 101 bố Trieu, District Hai cha Trung, Hanoi.Banh Cuon Thanh Van at 12-14 Hang Ga street, District Hoan Kiem, HanoiBanh Cuon Hang Bo at 12-14 Hang Bo street, District Hoan Kiem, HanoiBanh Cuon Gia An at 25 thai Phien Street, District hai Bà Trưng, Hanoi

Best places to eat Banh Cuon in Ho chi Minh city

Banh Cuon Y Thien at 274 bố Hat Street, District 10, Ho chi Minh thành phố Banh Cuon Kim Long – 80/86 Tran quang quẻ Dieu Street, District 3, Ho bỏ ra Minh cityBanh Cuon Ca Cuong at 89 Ly Tu trong Street, District 1, Ho đưa ra Minh cityBanh Cuon Tay Ho at 127 Dinh Tien Hoang Street, District 1, Ho chi Minh cityBanh Cuon hai Tan at Nguyen Tri Phuong market (68 Nguyen Lam street, District 10, Ho chi Minh city)Banh Cuon song Moc at Alley 157, Vuon Chuoi Street, District 3Banh Cuon at 268 tía Hat Street, District 10Banh Cuon Thien Huong at 179A, 3/2 Street, District 10Banh Cuon Nguyen Trai at Alley 150, Nguyen Trai Street, District 1Banh Cuon Hong khô nóng at 17A Nguyen Thi phố minh khai Street, District 1

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Banh Cuon hai Nam restaurant in Saigon – Photo by Scooter Saigon Tour

I would like to recommend you to book a Ho chi Minh Food Tour. It’s a good choice to lớn drive around the thành phố to sightseeing & enjoy the best street foods, including the delicious Vietnamese Steamed Rice Rolls.