Vietnamese Noodles

In Vietnam and Cambodia, there are a variety of noodles, many of them made from rice. The everyday noodles in Vietnam fall into three main types: bun, which are long and thin, similar to Italian vermicelli and called rice sticks – they are used in soups, side dishes, and as a wrapping for meat and seafood; banh pho, also called rice sticks, but they are flatter, thicker and sturdier, ideal for substantial soups such as pho, and stir-fries; and the fine banh hoi which resemble angel hair pasta and are primarily used in thin broths.

DRIED RICE “VERMICELLI” NOODLES

Often referred to as vermicelli, these dried rice noodles (bun), made from rice flour, salt and water, are thin and wiry … Read the rest