Dry Sesame Cake must undergo seven times to roast fire to become delicious cakes. Therefore, it is also known as the “Bay Lua cake “(seventh fire bread).
The seventh fire bread was made by a woman of the Huynh family in Thi An village, Hoa Lan commune, Hoa Vang district, Quang Da province.
In 1998, Cam Le sesame dry cake village was officially known when it was legally registered in the market.
Sesame crackers are made from rice flour – sticky rice, sesame, sugar and ginger. The cake has a square or rectangular shape, outside is a sesame layer that is adhered with fine sugar like malt.
In the craft village, there are many baking households who have several agents to supply cakes to all provinces in Vietnam, enough to talk about the popularity of this cake village.
With the seemingly simple and rustic ingredients, it has captivated many tourists who come here.
Reasonable price, food safety, unforgettable flavors, skillful way of making cakes … So what are you waiting for when you are in Da Nang, please visit this famous cake making village!