Vietnamese steamed rice rolls or Bánh cuốn are a favorite with gastronomes around the country for their aroma and the taste of their minced meat and dipping sauce.
The dish is made from a mixture of rice and water, the rolls have a silky white texture and are slightly thin.
Inside each piece of rolls, the sweet aroma of the mixture of pork, chopped onions, Jicama, mushrooms, salt, fish sauce, and black pepper, all lightly stir-fried before steaming will tantalize the taste eaters’ buds.
The mixture is stuffed in the batter and steamed in bite-size rolls.
Bánh cuốn is also served with some herbs such as lettuce, basil, and boiled bean sprout. Diners can eat rolls with sweet and sour fish sauce with a few slices of chili and garlic.
Let's try and enjoy it when you come to Vietnam!