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Bánh Chưng – Vietnamese Square Sticky Rice Cake

March 27, 2020 By 23 Comments



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23 Comments on "Bánh Chưng – Vietnamese Square Sticky Rice Cake"

  1. Suryakanta Biswal
    March 27, 2020 Reply

    Watching from India ( Odisha)

    These types of rice cakes make in our home .
    But inside fillings we add boiled potatoes and peas

    You r belongs to Ho chi Minh city or Hanoi

  2. Sondra Moghadam
    March 27, 2020 Reply

    I live in Lincoln, Nebraska. We have many Vietnamese who live here. My husband was gifted one of these cakes. I was not sure how to cook/eat it. Thanks for your video.

  3. Cherry622 Vu
    March 27, 2020 Reply

    Hi Helen, I love your channel, especially when I moved out on my own,thank you for making yummy vietnamese food so I won't be too home sick. Hehe. I wanted to try to make banh chung for tet this year and I found your video. Love the video and looking forward to following your recipe. I just have one question, does the banh chung really have to be cooked for 8-10hours? I dont have an electric stove so I can leave it alone, do you have any other suggestions? Thank you in advance, I appreciate you!! <3

  4. Scarlet
    March 27, 2020 Reply

    lá chuối này ko giòn nhỉ?

  5. Geometry Dash Geometrer
    March 27, 2020 Reply

    DONT CALL IT CAKE ! ITS NOT A CAKE !
    JUST FREAKING CALL IT Bánh chưng OK ?

  6. 이민호
    March 27, 2020 Reply

    thank you for the video

  7. Jackie Nguyenphu
    March 27, 2020 Reply

    Cam On Em! :-)

  8. Han Vu
    March 27, 2020 Reply

    I love how you incorporate the history of the Vietnamese dishes :) thank you so much!

  9. Hong-Loan Tran
    March 27, 2020 Reply

    I love the cultural context that you present with the instructions on how to make Banh Chung. It's true, when I was a child - growing up in America, I often see the elderly people sit and talk about past Tets, while they wait for the Banh Chung to finish steaming - in a giant cauldron! My generation wouldn't do that - sit for hours waiting for sticky rice to be cooked. Before Youtube, most Vietnamese diaspora would not know how it's done if we didn't know someone who knew how. It would have been lost for me. God bless the old folks who kept making the Banh Chung, year after year. They kept the tradition going for us Vietnamese diaspora.

  10. jobc
    March 27, 2020 Reply

    my favourite vietnamnese menu

  11. Đức Lâm Ngô
    March 27, 2020 Reply

    sao banh chung lai goi bang la chuoi xanh ???

  12. Đức Lâm Ngô
    March 27, 2020 Reply

    sao banh chung lai goi bang la chuoi xanh ???

  13. Blubb0Butterfly
    March 27, 2020 Reply

    We made them two days ago! :D Tet is right around the corner. ;)

  14. Tú Tú
    March 27, 2020 Reply

    Chị ơi làm sao để lá chuối ko bị giòn gãy rách khi gói v chị, vì e gói nó giòn cứ gãy tách tách

  15. Holiday Beach Danang Hotel & Resort
    March 27, 2020 Reply

    Wonderful ! By the way, could I add this video to my own playlists, please ? Thank you.

  16. Byron Lin
    March 27, 2020 Reply

    this is very unique to traditional chinese zongzi, 粽子. the chinese make this on special holidays and festivals. i think this was passed down from chinese tradition. i always get this at my chinese supermarket. so good.

  17. Peter C
    March 27, 2020 Reply

    Loved this! We have the exact same food except just the black peppers in guangxi and honestly I found it tastier with black peppers, since it brings out more flavours of the meat.

  18. SHGaming
    March 27, 2020 Reply

    Your guy viet nam not bad i live in viet nam but it funny how you guy say viet nam

  19. mailee le
    March 27, 2020 Reply

    Very nice thank you.

  20. Nghia Cu
    March 27, 2020 Reply

    Cach nau bun reu

  21. WL Nguyen
    March 27, 2020 Reply

    Do you know how to make bánh tổ?

  22. 2fast4all
    March 27, 2020 Reply

    Been eating this for 20 years. Never fails.

    Though I like it fried.

  23. TheDivide
    March 27, 2020 Reply

    Those who may not like the texture of this might like it fried.  You put a little oil into a nonstick pan and take a spatula and flatten the Bánh Chưng and fry till gold brown.  It should look like a pancake when it's done.  Then you eat it with a lil sugar or maple syrup.  Delicious!


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