Today, we introduce you to water fern cakes, a Central Vietnamese snack that's both delicious and nutritious. They are one of the most traditional and closest to Vietnamese snacks, created with relatively simple ingredients such as rice flour, mung beans, pork, scallion oil, croutons, and Thai chili, and topped with sweet and sour fish sauce.
Water Fern Cakes are one of Hue's most popular rice cake dishes, known for their soft, slightly chewy texture and flavorful topping of shredded shrimp and pork crackling. However, instead of the traditional rice flour-based water fern cakes, Anchay.vn and Food Blogger Duong Yen Nhi (Accnhi) will demonstrate how to make vegan water fern cakes using vegetable prawn crackers. This is a novel snack, but it tastes incredible; there is no need to measure or mix flour, and you can also make Water Fern Cakes, the famed vegetarian version of Hue's ancient capital, using the familiar ingredient of vegetable prawn crackers.
With this Vegan Water Fern Cakes from Vegetable Prawn Crackers version recipe, you can easily create a masterpiece to treat the entire family on the weekend. Join us in the kitchen as we prepare this vibrant and delectable vegetarian snack using the recipe below!
Vegan Water Fern Cakes from Vegetable Prawn Crackers version are a vibrantly colored, delectable snack that's really simple to prepare at home. Vegan Water Fern Cakes with a delicate texture and scrumptious, crunchy, and flavorful toppings make for an unforgettable dining experience. Let's head to the kitchen with Anchay.vn and Food Blogger Duong Yen Nhi (Accnhi) this weekend and make this one-of-a-kind snack! Best of success!