Another childhood favourite. Im kinda picky though...i dont eat it with the vegetables..hehe. I would watch my mom make it on the stove top and tell her what i want and dont want. #nostalgic. I really want some of this too, Maybe i'm just hungry. -Vicki
Banh Xeo (Vietnamese Pancakes)Nuoc Cham 2½ tbsp lime juice (about 1 lime) 1 tbsp sugar 60ml water 2 tbsp Vietnamese fish sauce 1 garlic clove, crushed ½ red chilli, seeds removed and chopped Mix all the ingredients together and set aside until the crepes are ready. Pancakes Recipe adapted from Plenty by Ottolenghi 200g rice flour 1 egg, lightly beaten ½ tsp salt 1 tsp turmeric 300ml coconut milk 150 – 250ml soda water 1 tbsp oil Fill with chicken, prawn, sprounts, juliene carrots…
Crispy on the outside, soft on the inside with the delicate sweetness of coconut, these Vietnamese crepes (banh xeo) are delicious! Stuffed with fresh herbs and vegetables, they are a tasty vegan or vegetarian dish.
Banh Xeo Recipe (Sizzling Saigon Crepes): Xeo means “sizzling” so it’s also known as sizzling Saigon crepes. To eat, just wrap it with a lettuce leaf and herbs (Thai basil, Perilla herb, mint leaves) and then dip in nuoc cham, the ubiquitous Vietnamese dipping sauce made of fish sauce, lime juice, and sugar. #Vietnamese #seafood #fishsauce