Peng Ray is a glutinous rice cake with antâ€™s egg, covering with tender Va leaf.
Sticky rice is soaked, husked into powder, which is kneaded into cake
as big as an egg, pressing and putting cooked, spiced processed antâ€™s
egg into middle, covering with tender Va leaf. After that, cake is
steamed in a steamer. Antâ€™s egg is the egg of small, black ant. Tay
ethnic people call this kind of ant Tua Rau, which often makes its nest
in thorny trees such as Malagasy-plum tree, Cherokee rose tree. The egg
is white and as small as toothpick head.