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Vietnamese Pizza (known as Bánh Tráng Nướng) is essentially grilled rice paper used as a pizza base. This super popular Vietnamese street food snack is easily cooked at trang chủ with any toppings you have on hand. We love cooking this crispy rice paper pizza topped with egg, spring onion, cheese, and canned meat (especially TUNA – yum!) finished with mayonnaise and sriracha.

Why We Love This Recipe

Vietnamese Pizza is perfect to lớn cook as a quick snack, lunch or dinner.

The best thing about this recipe is it’s so easy lớn replicate at home, with whatever ingredients you like. A good base lớn start with is with a mix of egg và spring onion before adding toppings to lớn suit your tastes.

What Is Vietnamese Pizza?

Vietnamese Pizza is a quick pizza made from a base of rice paper instead of dough. Rather than cooking in the oven lượt thích Italian pizza, Vietnamese pizza is traditionally grilled over charcoal. At home, you can cook it just as deliciously on a regular grill or in a frypan on the stove.

Traditionally on da Lat Vietnamese pizzas you’ll usually find pork floss, dried shrimp & sliced sausage (like Spam). As these ingredients can sometimes be a little harder lớn track down, we opted instead to top ours with tuna, và have teamed up with Sirena Tuna khổng lồ showcase this recipe.

What You’ll Need

EggSpring onionCanned tuna (we LOVE Sirena tuna in oil)

How to lớn Make Vietnamese Pizza at Home

Heat cast iron pan on low khổng lồ medium heat.While that’s heating, set the egg & half of the chopped spring onion.

Place one sheet of rice paper in the pan & pour on the egg mix, spreading lớn the edges immediately with the back of a spoon.

Rotate the pizza a few times with tongs to lớn make sure it’s not sticking.Break up the tuna & sprinkle over the pizza.

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Swirl as much mayonnaise & sriracha as you’d lượt thích on the top & leave the pizza to cook for an extra minute or two, rotating every now và then until nice và crispy. Sprinkle over with the remaining spring onion.

Serve by either cutting into slices OR – or a more authentic experience – fold the pizza in half / thirds and wrap in newspaper to lớn eat by hand.

Vietnamese Pizza Topping ideas

Get as creative as you lượt thích with your rice paper pizza toppings. We used egg, spring onion, sriracha and mayonnaise on our home-cooked version. Why not try these other topping options:

Canned meat (Spam, hotdog, tuna, chicken, salmon)Chilli và garlic oilChilli flakesPork flossDried shrimpBeef jerkyQuail eggBaconButterCheese

You’re only limited by your taste buds & imagination!

Vietnamese Pizza (Bánh Tráng Nướng) Recipe Tips

The secret lớn grilling rice paper without the charcoal is to lớn have it on an even cooking surface. We recommend a cast iron skillet on low-medium heat so there’s no sticking và it can cook thoroughly without burning the paper. Of course, if you want to cook it over charcoal, crank out the Weber và give it go.The key to lớn cooking it well is the low lớn medium heat, as this allows the egg & rice paper to lớn really cook through. No matter what toppings you decide, chop everything nice and small to lớn help cook it through as well.Always make sure you’re rotating và moving the pizza around on the heat to lớn avoid sticking & ensure it’s evenly cooked on all edges.The end result should be a crispy grilled base that is not too chewy (undercooked) or brown/black underneath (overcooked). It may take one or two practises over time, depending on your heat supply (gas, electric, charcoal…) to see what works best for you.If you’re cooking a few for family & friends, we recommend cutting them into slices with kitchen scissors so they’re easy to lớn pick up và eat by hand. If you’re cooking for yourself & in a rush, that’s when you can fold it in half or thirds, wrap some paper around the bottom & make it a snack-on-the-go.

This recipe really is adaptable lớn your own style!

Where to lớn Find Vietnamese Pizza in Vietnam

If you’re heading over lớn Vietnam, be sure to look out for this snack amongst street food vendors in both Saigon & Da Lat.

We usually found most people cooking these at night time, and there were plenty of Vietnamese pizza stalls around the da Lat night markets. That’s where we went to eat ours most nights, and below is a picture of domain authority Lat style Vietnamese pizza complete with sausage and mayonnaise flowers.

Why We Love Sirena Tuna

We loved working with Sirena Tuna for this recipe, as they’re a brand we’ve been buying for many years. They have many sustainable processes in place – our favourite being that all their tuna is 100% pole & line caught.

Not only does this help keep the tuna sourcing traceable, it also creates more jobs for fishermen and the local community.

The other awesome thing is their range of flavours. It’s so adaptable lớn our weeknight meals, & always adds a kick lớn whatever dish we’re preparing.

This week after we made Vietnamese Pizzas using Sirena’s tuna in triple chilli oil, we then made a quick pasta with their lemon, basil & chilli tuna. It had so much flavour, we didn’t need to showroom anything else except the pasta và a drizzle of olive oil. Yum!

What are your favourite quick dishes lớn utilise ready-to-eat tuna?

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