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Vietnam is the easternmost country on the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia. It is bordered by China to the north, Laos to the northwest, Cambodia to the southwest, and the South China Sea, referred to as East Sea (Vietnamese: Biển Đông), to the east. With a population of over 86 million, Vietnam is the 13th most populous country in the world.

Vietnamese Banana Sticky Rice Cake



One of my earliest reminiscences is of bánh tét, that we might eat for brand spanking new years. essentially it's glutinous rice wrapped around a filling; which may be savoury or sweet. in all probability the foremost known version has yellow soya bean and pork, the glutinous rice is typically natural colouring, however typically will be colored inexperienced with padan leaves. Everything is wrapped in banana leaves and boiled for hours.. I keep in mind my aunty saying one thing like fourteen hours or additional.

The shape is typically a spherical tube that's regarding 7cm thick.


The banh tet higher than is that the sweet version. The filling is banana; and white during this case, however do not be stunned if you discover the filling purple/blood red.. that is conjointly banana.

I bought this banh tet at an area cabramatta grocery search and it's abundant smaller and flatter; regarding 10cm long and not thick in the least.

It is an incredible style, the denseness of the cooked rice, that is comparatively light-weight in flavour contrasts with sturdy banana filling.

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1 Comments:

  1. Anonymous said...
     

    I purchased a 1.2KG Banh Tet Chuoi at my local Asian grocery store. It was imported from Vietnam. I figured heating/cooking instructions would be inside when I removed the label. No such luck. So does anyone know the best way to cook up a Banh Tet of this size?

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