(QNO) - Talking about Hoi An city (Quang Nam province), people can’t help mentioning Banh Dap- a dish of steamed and baked rice papers, and mussels fried without water.
|Banh Dap and mussels fried without water (Photo: foody.vn)|
Rice paper is made from delicious rice. It is made very thin. Baked papers are the steamed ones dried under the sun and baked in the charcoal-burners. The steamed rice papers are only made when being eaten.
|Baked rice paper (Photo: foody.vn)|
Mussels are fried without water after being hard-boiled. To make fried mussels delicious, some spices such as peanuts, onions, satay, sesame and fragrant vegetable are added into the dish.
|Mussels fried without water (Photo: foody.vn)|
When eating Banh Dap, people put a steamed rice paper on a baked one, adding some chopped onions, then beat lightly so that they stick together. Enjoying Banh Dap and fried mussels together is so delicious that people will never forget its moreish flavour.
|Banh Dap and fried mussels in Hoi An (Photo: foody.vn)|
Banh Dap and fried mussels are sold everywhere in Hoi An. It is one of the simple but good dishes here. Coming here, visitors can’t ignore these dishes, which can be called specialties, which make visitors remember Hoi An forever.