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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Ba Chua Xu Temple Festival

BA CHUA XU TEMPLE FESTIVAL IN AN GIANG PROVINCE Ba Chua Xu Festival is a famous festival in South Vietnam. Visiting South Vietnam, we should discover this festival. Firstly, we need to find out who Ba Chua Xu is. Ba Chua Xu is the goddess who is believed to have helped An Giang region people […]

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Death Anniversary of The Hung Kings

“Dù ai đi ngược về xuôi, Nhớ ngày giỗ tổ mùng mười tháng ba.” (“Anybody goes anywhere. Remember the ancestor anniversary day-The lunar tenth of third month”) The ancestor here means Hung kings, the first kings having effort in building Vietnam country four thousand years ago. The above folk-song shows importance level of Death Anniversary […]

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Hoi An Cao Lau

Hoi An Cao Lau Anyone come to Hoi An shouldn’t miss the foremost traditional Cao Lau of the Hoi An ancient town. Walking around old houses, it’s not difficult to see many traditional restaurants and waitresses in dark Ao Dai. Cao Lau is a must in menu of these restaurants because it has become the […]

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Vietnamese Rice Vermicelli Sheets (Banh Hoi)

Vietnamese Rice Vermicelli Sheets (Banh Hoi) Traditional Vietnamese Rice Vermicelli Sheets (Banh Hoi, Question Cake) are sheets of woven thin rice vermicelli. Noodles are thin enough to make the cakes soft and airy, the texture of vermicelli sheet is firm enough so noodles stick to each other. This cake is served cold with chopped green onions or […]

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