Vietnamese crepes "Him"

Vietnamese crepes "Him"

Pancakes "Him" is one of Vietnam's traditional national dishes. They are similar to our pancakes, only smaller, and the stuffing is wrapped not in the usual dough for us, and in the "rice paper" - tonyusenkie pancakes made from rice flour. If you like to try something new and unusual, to get acquainted with cuisines of other nations, we recommend you try the Vietnamese pancakes "Nam." Of course, you can go to any Chinese restaurant or cafe and enjoy this dish there, and you can cook it at home. The ingredients can be found in any major supermarket or specialty store. And we'll show you the recipes of Vietnamese pancakes.

Vietnamese rice pancakes


  • rice paper pancakes;
  • meat (pork + beef) - 300 g;
  • Onion - 1 pc .;
  • carrots (medium) - 1 pc .;
  • wood mushrooms - 150 g;
  • rice noodles - 100 g;
  • mung bean sprouts - 100 g;
  • cilantro - 1 bunch;
  • egg - 1 pc .;
  • salt, ground black pepper - to taste;
  • vegetable oil for frying.


The number of ingredients for the filling, you can change yourself by increasing or reducing the amount of a particular product. So meat mince or chop into small cubes. Wood mushrooms and rice noodles need to soak in boiling water, and then squeeze out and add to the meat. Onion cut into small cubes, carrot rub on a coarse grater. Now one thing: in fact a classic recipe for Vietnamese

Vietnamese crepes "Him"
pancakes "him" fry the meat in advance is not necessary, but to calm it can tire a little bit with the onions and carrots in the pan. So you will be safer, because the filling will definitely be ready. Now add to the overall weight of the mung bean sprouts, chopped green coriander, egg. Salt, pepper to taste, and mix well all. Now take a sheet of rice paper, soaked in warm water, lay out in the middle of the stuffing and turn as stuffed cabbage. Fry pancakes in such a large amount of vegetable oil until golden brown. During frying pancakes all the time you need to turn to they are evenly browned on all sides. That's it, bon appetit!

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