Bánh bột lọc tiếng anh gọi là gì năm 2024

This crunchy layer at top our bun is derived from a creamy concoction that has been carefully created with only the finest flour and eggs.


Nhiều người sẽ bất ngờ bởi tên gọi các loại bánh tiếng Anh khi chuyển ngữ Anh - Việt hay tiếng Việt Nam - Anh, nhiều từ lạ mà quen chúng ta thường thấy, giúp bạn tra cứu chính xác ngữ nghĩa hơn.

Vietnamese cakes

• Bánh canh - thick noodle • Bánh hỏiphoto - extremely thin noodles that are woven into intricate bundles and often topped with chopped scallions and a complementary meat dish • Bánh phở - rice noodles

• Bánh bao - ball-shaped bun filled with pork and/or other ingredients • Bánh bột lọc, dumplings o Bánh bột lọc trần - dumplings with wrappers made of tapioca starch; o Bánh bột lọc láphoto - tiny rice flour dumplings stuffed with shrimp and ground pork and wrapped in a banana leaf; from Hue • Bánh cam - deep-fried glutinous rice sesame balls filled with sweetened mung bean paste; from southern Vietnam • Bánh ít - small stuffed glutinous rice flour balls o Bánh ít trần - "naked" small stuffed glutinous rice flour balls • Bánh khúc - glutinous rice ball • Bánh nậm- flat rice flour dumpling from Hue stuffed with minced pork and mushroom, and seasoned with pepper and spices; wrapped in a banana leaf • Bánh phu thê - (literally "husband and wife cake"; a sweet cake made of rice or tapioca flour and gelatin, filled with mung bean paste; also spelled bánh xu xê) o Bánh phu thê bột bán (husband and wife cakes made with tapioca pearls) • Bánh rán - deep-fried glutinous rice sesame balls filled with sweetened mung bean paste; from northern Vietnam • Bánh tẻ, small steamed rice cake wrapped with leaves of some local trees into a long, thin cylindrical shape, and boiled thoroughly Pancakes • Bánh bèo - small steamed savory rice cakes • Bánh căn - a southern specialty consisting of small pancakes made with quail eggs, cooked in small clay pans • Bánh đúc, rice cake or corn cake eaten as a dessert or savory meal • Bánh rế - deep-fried pancake • Bánh khọt - a southern specialty consisting of small, fried rice flour pancakes • Bánh xèo - coconut milk-flavored crepes • Rolls • Bánh cuốn - steamed rice roll • Bánh tôm - shrimp patties o Bánh tôm Hồ Tây- a shrimp patty specialty originating from the area around West Lake (Hồ Tây), Hanoi

Bánh bột lọc tiếng anh gọi là gì năm 2024

o • Bánh tráng - rice paper • Bánh ướt - steamed rice paper Sandwiches • Bánh mì - Vietnamese sandwich Sweet cakes • Bánh bò - "cow cake," made from glutinous rice flour and coconut milk, with a honeycomb-like texture • Bánh cáy, rectangular-shaped sweet dessert made by roasting and grinding glutinous rice and other ingredients • Bánh da lợn - colored steamed _layer_ cake made from tapioca starch, rice flour, coconut milk and/or water, sugar, and other ingredients • Bánh đúc, rice cake or corn cake eaten as a dessert or savory mealphoto • Bánh chuối - banana cake • Bánh Khoai môn - taro cake • Bánh tiêu - hollow doughnutsphoto • Bánh trung thu - mooncake • Bánh khoai mì - sweet cassava cake

Hands down Bánh Bột Lọc is one of my favorite Vietnamese dishes! You will find it in any Vietnamese bakery or restaurant. It is so delicious and a little bit tricky to make because the dough is a little bit finicky.

Bánh bột lọc tiếng anh gọi là gì năm 2024

If you don’t know Bánh Bột Lọc it’s basically a steamed tapioca dumpling filled with pork belly, shrimp and sometimes mushroom! The thing about this dish is that though a lot of restaurants will have it, it’s not always the greatest. I find that many restaurants usually make the small circular versions of this. And usually includes very little protein. Most of the time it includes one tiny shrimp and that ain’t it.

Bánh bột lọc tiếng anh gọi là gì năm 2024

One of the reasons I loved my mom‘s recipe is that it was always filled to the brim with protein and very little dough ratio. We made it flatter to be able to include some meat into every single bite! We also add mushroom, but a lot of restaurants won’t have that.

Bánh bột lọc tiếng anh gọi là gì năm 2024

To be fair this is a lot of work because the dough is not easy to work with, but the results are so worth it every time! You make a lot of them and if you can’t steam it or eat it all, you can freeze it for later.

Bánh bột lọc tiếng anh gọi là gì năm 2024

As always the video and recipes below! Until next time!

Bánh bột lọc tiếng anh gọi là gì năm 2024

Course: RecipesCuisine: Vietnamese, AsianDifficulty: hard


  • Filling
  • 1/2 lb pork belly (cut into 1/2” pieces)
  • 1/2 lb shrimp (chopped)
  • 1/2 c woodear mushroom (chopped)
  • 1/2 small onion (chopped)
  • 2 tsp oyster sauce
  • 1 tsp fish sauce
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • 1 tsp chicken boullion
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp black pepper
  • 1 tsp chili powder
  • 1 tsp sesame oil
  • Dough
  • 1 bag/14oz tapioca starch
  • 1 1/3 c boiling water
  • 1 tsp salt
  • Additional Ingredients
  • 1 pack frozen banana leaves (rinsed and wiped)
  • 2-3 tbsp veggie oil


  • Mix oyster sauce, fish sauce, salt, sugar, black pepper, chili powder and chicken bouillon in a bowl. On med/high heat, add avocado oil to a pan and saute onions for 2-3 mins
  • Add pork belly and cook until done (approx. 6-7 mins.) Add shrimp and mushroom and cook for 2-3 mins. Add green onions and sesame oil), cook for 1 min. Remove from heat.
  • Add tapioca starch to a mixer and add 1 tsp salt. Mix on low and add boiling water and slowly. Then knead/beat on high speed for 8-10 mins.
  • Flour your surface with additional tapioca flour/starch and transfer dough to surface. Cut into small sections and roll out. Place a spoonful of filling and pinch in the sides.
  • Cut banana leaves into 4-5 in sections. Place oil on the leaf and fold in the sides. (See Video)
  • Steam for 19-20 mins or until translucent. Optional: serve with Nuoc Cham.

Recipe Video

Jen H. Dao

My name is Jen Dao & I'm a foodie based in Orange County, CA! Originally born & raised in Savage, Minnesota, I grew up with a lot of traditional Vietnamese food because of my mother's home cooking.

At 19, I decided to spread my wings & move to Seattle, which would begin my food journey with cooking on my own.

Fast forward to present day, I'm now based in Orange County (some would say, foodie capital of the world!) and currently, I'm sharing daily recipes & food knowledge with my 80k+ following of fellow foodies!