You Can Bánh Tráng Anything: Exhibit 3 Dumplings & Kale

In the continuing March 20th Case of bánh tráng-ing anything, would the jury please now direct their attention to Exhibit 3: Dumplings a la Bánh Tráng. For detailed instructions and tutorial on wrapping with rice paper please visit this blog post for opening arguments. So far we have bahn trang’d: salmon, spicy Korean beef and […]

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You can bánh tráng anything: Exhibit Two Roast Duck

In the March 20th Case of bánh tráng-ing anything, would the jury please now direct their attention to Exhibit 2: Roast Duck with pickled fennel, savory plum sauce and golden shallots a la Bánh Tráng. This was an awesome way to use up some left over roast duck and broken rice. For detailed instructions and […]

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You Can Bánh Tráng Anything – Exhibit One: Spicy Korean Pork

In the March 20th Case of bánh tráng-ing anything, would the jury with please direct their attention to Exhibit 1: Spicy Korean Pork Bánh Tráng. Still not the most outrageous thing to be rolled up in a tapioca rice wrapper but does cross some international borders. For detailed instructions and tutorial on wrapping with rice […]

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You Can Bánh Tráng Anything – Salmon Rice Paper Rolls with Wokked Up Garlic Pea Vine

This isn’t the most exotic thing you can bánh tráng, but it is pretty darn tasty. What is bánh tráng? It’s really a noun that I made into a cool sounding verb…. And is Vietnamese term for the rice paper wrappers (or tapioca) use throughout their cuisine. On our vacation in 2005 to Vietnam, I […]

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