During a recent visit to an Asian grocery store, we found some bread called “Banh Da”. Honestly, we’re not sure if that’s the manufacturer or the bread type, as it’s all in Vietnamese. It’s a rice bread, and it says on the package it’s made entirely from rice flour and water. We’re not quite sure what all the little black spots are, or how it got so shiny, but it’s all part of the mystery we guess. So, we decided to try it out with a seared salmon appetizer arrangement.
- a broken piece of “Banh Da” rice bread
- 2 tsp ricotta cheese
- 3-5 fried sage leaf (Depending on size)
Simply spread the ricotta cheese on the cracked, place to tuna on top, and garnish with the sage leafs. Enjoy.