In Vietnamese cuisine, Bánh tráng nướng is a type of Bánh tráng, rice crackers consumed in southern Vietnam. They are particularly popular in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). They are large, round, flat rice crackers, which, when heated, enlarge into round, easily shattered pieces. They can be eaten separately, although they are most commonly added into the vermicelli noodle dishes like cao lầu and mì quảng. Many types of bánh tráng exist, including the clear sesame seed ones, prawn-like cracker with dried spring onions, and sweet milk.
In Da Lat, a savory version is made using eggs, cheese, and sausage.