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Banh Troi Tau

Guest Author - Taisha Turner

Are you planning a trip to Vietnam in Southeast Asia? Are you interested in trying the traditional food and drink? Try a serving of banh troi tau. The marble floating dumplings are a warm Vietnamese dish on which to dine.

The Vietnam dumplings are a mixture of sticky rice and regular rice. The dumplings stuffing is a bean puree. Sprinkles of toasted black sesame seeds are on the top of the dumplings. Ginger flavors the syrup. The dish is served warm.

Banh troi tau dumplings are larger than banh chay Yet, both dumplings are served in a light syrup. They are available in street food stalls and restaurants in Vietnam.

Try a dish of banh troi tau. It is a great dish to try while in Vietnam.

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