MAKING BANH CHUNG (VIETNAMESE SQUARE STICKY RICE CAKE) | TET SERIES | VIETNAMESE LUNAR NEW YEAR 🧧

Vietnam culture: MAKING BANH CHUNG (VIETNAMESE SQUARE STICKY RICE CAKE) | TET SERIES | VIETNAMESE LUNAR NEW YEAR 🧧

Banh chung is an indispensable culinary beɑuty of Tet. Many people love to eat Banh Chung so I decided to make the sզuare sticky rice cake with my family for the Vietnamese Lunar New Үear t᧐day. Let’s explore how to make this delicious Vietnamese traditional food as weƖƖ as learning about the hiѕtory of Banh Chung.
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31 Responses to "MAKING BANH CHUNG (VIETNAMESE SQUARE STICKY RICE CAKE) | TET SERIES | VIETNAMESE LUNAR NEW YEAR 🧧"

  1. If you guys want to make the square sticky rice much more scrumptious, i suggest you should definitely put it in the frying pan with full of hot oil and fry it until it turns into the yellow color. Believe in me :)) that is the most traditional and delicious dish i always had when i was very small =)))

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  2. I had Bánh Chưng again tonight with Vietnamese friends here in Saigon, and then I sent a photo to my mom and she asked what is that and what is in it… so I want to thank you for this wonderful video that I could share with my mom, to explain everything, about the importance of Bánh Chưng in Vietnamese culture and history, how it is made and the ingredients. Vietnam has become a part of me since living here, and it is wonderful to be able to share my experiences here in some ways with my family and friends "back home".

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  3. I make this with my wife at her family's house in Hanoi. It's a ton of work but it's a great ritual. And it makes great leftovers, especially when it's fried.

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  4. I hope I can find some bánh chưng in my area (San Diego) during the next Tết. I have two questions: 1) Do they do anything with the leftover water in the big pot, like for soup base or something? and 2) when you ate the bánh chưng at the end, was it still warm or was it chilled? And BTW, you and your mom both have beautiful hands!

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