Best Street Food – Vietnamese Pizza [No-Oven]

Make a delicious pizza without using an oven or even dough! Vietnamese pizza is one of the famous street foods in Vietnam where you use rice paper as the pizza crust. Add fillings such as fried onions, sausage slices and of course cheese! This tasty recipe only takes about 15-20 minutes.


• 1 cup red onions (finely sliced)
• 1-2 cups cooking oil
• 1 rice paper
• 2 tbsp green onions (finely chopped)
• 1/2 tbsp chili paste
• 1 egg
• 1 laughing cow cheese
• 1 sausage (sliced into thin sticks)
• a handful of dried baby shrimp
• mayonnaise
• chili sauce


Set a small pot over medium heat.
Add 1-2 cups of cooking oil and heat it.
Add 1 cup of finely sliced red onions.
Let it cook until browned and crispy.
Once done, remove from the heat.
Transfer the crispy onions into a paper towel to remove excess oil.
Set aside.

Set a non-stick frying pan over low heat.
Add a rice paper.
Add 2 tbsp of finely chopped green onions.
Drizzle 1/2 tbsp of chili paste.
Crack open an egg.
Mix to combine, then spread all over the rice paper.
Once the scrambled egg mixture cooks, add a laughing cow cheese on top.
Melt it and spread.
Add thin sticks of sausage, a handful of dried baby shrimp and crispy onions.
Drizzle the mayonnaise and chili sauce.
Let it cook for 1-2 minutes.
Fold the rice paper.
Cook for another minute or two.
Once done, remove from the pan.
Serve and enjoy!

Best Street Food - Vietnamese Pizza [No-Oven]
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