Product description-rice paper wrappers
Bánh tráng or bánh đa nem, a Vietnamese term sometimes called rice paper wrappers, rice crepes, rice wafers or nem wrappers, are edible Vietnamese wrappers used in Vietnamese cuisine, primarily in finger foods and appetizers such as Vietnamese nem dishes. The term rice paper wrappers can sometimes be a misnomer, as some banh trang wrappers are made from rice flour supplemented with tapioca flour or sometimes replaced completely with tapioca starch
Rice Paper Wrapper in Tay Ninh
Tay Ninh is famous for all kinds of rice paper and rice paper wrapper career has become a means of livelihood for many residents. Last year, Trang Bang Tay Ninh wet rice paper career was honored as intangible cultural heritage at the national level by Vietnamese Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. By this we know that rice paper wrappers have a deep attachment to the land called Tay Ninh. Trang Bang wet rice paper has its origin in the 18th century when people creatively dried the central roll paper under the dew to make it moisturizing, soft and delicious. Gradually, they developed the process into the special recipe and it has been handed down from generation to generation so far.
Producing rice papers not only serves the demands of domestic market but it is also exported to many countries around the world such as Australia, Switzerland… Now the market of rice paper and shrimp salt has appeared professional manufacturers and exporters with industrial scale. This is so proud and becomes the proof for the development of the traditional industry and its achievement when reaching out the world. Tay Ninh rice paper wrapper and shrimp salt are not only the specialty food but also the representatives of Vietnamese food culture