Bánh cam or bánh rán is one of the most famous and beloved Vietnamese desserts. A golden brown shell of sesame studded rice flour that is crispy on the outside yet chewy on the inside, yielding to a sweet and moist mung bean coconut filling. Growing up, my mom would make hundreds of bánh cam to sell and raise money for various charitable organizations and the entire family would sit around the table to help. Ever since we all moved away for college and our separate careers, its just been my dad helping her roll the bánh cam. Its been years since Ive laid my hands on this sweet ball of love, but recently, my parents came for a visit and we had the pleasure of convening around the table again as a family to make some bánh cam.