Tay Ninh Chili Shrimp Salt

Tay Ninh Chili Shrimp Salt

Tay Ninh – a province in South-western Vietnam is famous for Cao Dai religion as well as the biggest Cao Dai Temple, Ba Den mountain – the highest mountain in South Vietnam and lots of specialty foods such as Trang Bang soup cake and Dew-wetted rice paper and Tay ninh Chili shrimp salt (Muoi tom). Made from high-quality salt, fresh […]

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Trang Bang Soup Cake – A Tay Ninh specialty

Trang Bang Soup Cake

Located about 60 km far from Ho Chi Minh city, Trang Bang – a small town of Tay Ninh province has a lot of specialty foods such as cashew candy, green rice flakes, dew-wetted rice paper and soup cake. Soup cake is one of Vietnamese rice noodle soups with thick noodles, flavorful broth and various toppings. Recipes […]

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Tay Ninh Rice Paper

1. Dew-wetted rice paper or Banh trang phoi suong Rice paper after being dried under the sun It’s a big miss if visitors coming to Tay Ninh don’t eat the specialty Dew-wetted rice paper with boiled pork leg, fish sauce dip, herbs and vegetables. Dew-wetted rice paper originated in Trang Bang – a town of Tay […]

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Vietnamese young rice flakes

Vietnamese young rice flakes

Vietnamese young rice flakes Vietnam is full of rice and glutinous rice fields from North to South. Glutinous rice has played an important part in Vietnamese cuisine. Vietnamese people have created delicious enormous delicious foods and drinks from glutinous rice such as Steamed glutinous rice, Sweet soup with glutinous rice and glutinous rice wine… Young […]

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Vietnamese Sweet and Sour Soup

Vietnamese Sweet and Sour Soup

Vietnamese sweet and sour soup (Canh chua) is a comfortable, healthy and delicious food. Vietnamese Sweet and Sour Soup has four basic tastes: sweet, sour, salty and spicy. This soup help to warm dinner’s body on cold and rainy days and beat the heat from dinner’s body on summer days. It is a favorite food […]

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Vietnamese Fermented Foods

Vietnamese Fermented Acetes Paste Or Mam Ruoc

Fermented foods have played an important role in Vietnamese cuisine. Mother Nature gives Vietnam lots of meat, fishes, shrimps, vegetables… Fermentation is a good way to process waste foods in many countries including Vietnam. Vietnamese fermented foods are not only delicious but also healthy. People in Vietnam can eat raw fermented foods or use them […]

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Pha Lau – Vietnamese Stew with Organ Meats

Pha lau - Noodle Soup With Stewed Organs In Vietnam

Pha Lau or Vietnamese Stew with Organ Meats, Stewed Organ Meats is favorite street food cooked from beef organ meats (beef tripe, intestine, heart, thymus, kidney, stomach and lungs) or pork organs (pork intestine, stomach) and pork ears. These organs are stewed in coconut water with curry powder, five spices and other ingredients for many hours until […]

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Vietnamese stir-fried creeper snail with coconut milk

Vietnamese stir-fried creeper snail with coconut creme

One of the most special part of Vietnamese cuisine is eating snail which any foodie traveling to Vietnam should not miss. Vietnamese stir-fried creeper snail with coconut milk is favorite snail dish of lots of local for its fragrant smell and delicious taste. It’s a perfect blend of crunchy creeper snail’s meat, creamy and greasy coconut […]

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