Traditional Banh Trang – 18

When spread a tiny bit thicker and eaten while still fresh, the rice paper rounds are called banh uot. This is a very popular breakfast dish. Di Yen drizzles scallion oil on the rounds I made (since they’re so conveniently thicker than usual), and we all enjoy their silken texture with a simple soy dipping sauce.

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