What is Rice Paper?

Alongside pho, Banh mi,... rice paper (Banh trang) is one of the specialties Vietnam is a tourist favorite. However, do you know what is rice paper? How many types of rice paper? Where to buy rice paper? Or where is the best rice paper in Vietnam? The article will help you understand about rice paper in Vietnam.

What is rice paper?

Bánh tráng or bánh đa nem, a northern Vietnamese term, sometimes called rice paper wrappers, rice crepes, rice wafers or nem wrappers, are palatable Vietnamese wrappers utilized as a part of Vietnamese cooking. It's called bánh tráng because the main step is “tráng”. It means making the rice paper is thin.

Sometimes they are called by different names depending on the intended use: bánh ướt, you can enjoy immediately without sun dried; bánh khô for grilling and eating directly; bánh chả used to make spring rolls.

What is rice paper?


How to make rice paper

The main material is usually riced flour (many places use cassava, corn, green beans... or mixed together) moderately liquid phase with water. There for it with a little cassava flour with a reasonable rate to wheel additional plasticity, fewer tanks and easy to thin, if mixed more tapioca (cassava) will make rice paper is sour. There are also additives such as sesame, salt, pepper, garlic, coconut, onions, sugarcoated cakes...

Use a scoop flour poured over a cloth stretched over a pot with boiling water inside. Then use the spoon, spread a very thin layer of dough in a circle (girdle flour), this action must be deft, agile place in seconds (can sprinkle sesame). Cooked, use a thin bamboo or a tube inserted under the rice paper to remove it, spread on a woven bamboo blister and then exposed to the sun.

The thickness of bread is prescribed depending on usage. If baking will most thick, wet on the medium and rolls must be as thin as paper. Because of this reason, that in English is called banh trang is rice paper.


Where to buy rice paper?

The consumer market of rice paper expanding, not only in Vietnam but also internationally. A lot of establishments producing rice paper production is not enough supply. Rice paper is now produced in many regions of Vietnam. The region produces and exports rice paper with large volumes and good quality.
TANISA Co. (Tay Ninh Salt), one company under the Tinh Nguyen Co., www.tinhnguyen.com.vn, a strong brand in the market for the production and distribution of specialty products (specialty salt, rice paper,...) and spices (seasoning) in more than 1,000 supermarkets, distributors and agents in Vietnam as Coopmart, Maximark, Satrafoods, Vinmart... as well as exported to some countries such as Australia, Switzerland...


Why you should choose the rice paper of TANISA Co.?

- Products are produced according to traditional recipes with traditional manual method does not use any machinery to do, this will make their products will have the essence of human Tay Ninh.

- The closed production process, ensure food safety, the product has been tested by the standards of the Ministry of Health, is the basis of certification standards of food safety and certification standard Medical products industry.

- The product is the packaging, packaging carefully, beautifully to make a difference as well as brand reputation.

 

TANISA Co., Ltd , a strong brand in the market for the production and distribution of specialty products (rice paper, rice noodles...) and spices (seasoning) which exported to some countries such as USA, France, South Korea, Japan, Russia, Brunei...

If you are in need of products with best quality, food safety, and hygiene, please contact us:

 

TANISA CO., LTD

Hotline+84 938 118 699/ + 84 286 274 0966

Representative Office Address14th Floor, Room 08B, Vincom Building, 72 Le Thanh Ton str, Dist 1, Ho Chi Minh city, S.R Vietnam

Factory: No. 133, 784 Street, Ninh Nghia, Ninh Thanh, Tay Ninh city, Vietnam 

Email: marketing@tanisagroup.com

Website: www.tanisagroup.com

 

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