How To Make Vietnamese Pizza aka Bánh Tráng Nuong with Di an Di




Dennis Ngo from Di an Di in NYC stopped by the MUNCHIES Test Kitchen to make Banh Trang Nuong. This Vietnamese pizza isn’t your typical pie. Grilled rice paper is loaded with homemade scallion oil, egg, littleneck clams, sweet chili sauce, micro chives, and crushed peanuts to make this Vietnamese street food staple.

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Comments 37

  1. 1. Nice video. I’m going to have make the journey all the way from Williamsburg to Greenpoint to taste this.

    2. I can see why, if you’re used to cooking on a grill, that you’d try using a grill pan. However, given the fact that you’re already dealing with an inferior heat source, and that you want even heat rather than grill marks, wouldn’t a griddle or skillet make more sense than a grill pan?

  2. He's American trying to make a Vietnamese dish. It may taste good, but definitely not authentic. Don't call it Vietnamese. Call it an experimental Vietnamese dish. He even said it himself he's not sure how this will taste.

  3. Subscribed cause of this vid. But this is boujee and extra LOL. There are countless versions of this dish, definitely easier/quicker ways. I actually associate this as a lazy snack when idk what to eat. I’ll definitely be trying this again with double rice paper!

  4. Onion is overcooked. Who leaves them that long on the stove. You want that bright green color. Clam is an odd choice since how can you have them stuck on the bánh tráng. So many unnecessary steps yet you dont even bother roasting the peanut. How can you get that roasty bisque flavor without roasting. The chives are interesting I'm fine with that. Do better research dude. Try ?à L?t and Sài Gòn version at least.

  5. We Vietnamese people dont eat banh trang nuong like this … I dont know why this guy claims "the classic banh trang nuong" but he puts tons of fucking nonsense ingredients in there. Like wtf bro just keep the snack simple.

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