Banh cuon 101: Everything you need to know about Vietnamese rice sheets — The LA Times

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— by Andrea Nguyen: I grew up scarfing platefuls of banh cuon — rice noodle rolls — which my parents fashioned from freshly made rice sheets that they’d line with a pork, shrimp and mushroom mixture and then fold into tender cylinders (imagine savory rice-based blintzes). They were one of my favorite things to eat for breakfast…

Image: banh cuon can be made at home, but for the best experience, go out. Good choices include Bahn Cuon Luu Luyen in Garden Grove, courtesy of The Los Angeles Times/Mariah Tauger

June 19, 2019

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