Banh Cam is a deep-fried Vietnamese dessert with a sweet mung bean paste. The filling is encased in a dough of glutinous rice flour then rolled in sesame seeds and deep-fried. The result is a crunchy outer layer with a sticky and sweet inside.
Bánh bột lọc is a chewy tapioca dumpling in Vienamese cuisine that can be eaten as appetizers or as a small snacks. They are wrapped in banana leaves then steamed and usually filled with shrimp and pork belly, served with chili fish sauce. It is said to have originated from Huế known for having simple, yet sophisticated dishes.