Vietnamese dipping sauces

Vietnamese dipping sauces

Vietnamese dipping sauces Vietnamese Dipping Sauce (Nuoc Cham) graces the tables at most Vietnamese meals. There are hundreds of dipping sauce recipes from North to South Vietnam. Recipes depend on local preferences and personal tastes. Each region has its favorite dipping sauces, each household has her own recipes. Most of Vietnamese dipping sauces are made […]

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How to eat Vietnamese noodle soups?

Vietnamese noodle soups - bun bo ganh

How to eat Vietnamese noodle soups? How to eat Vietnamese noodle soups? This may be easy to locals but difficult to some foreigners who are familiar with knife, spoon and fork to eat. You will be served noodles with delicious broth and toppings, a plate of vegetables and herbs, lemon juice wedges, chili and dipping […]

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Vietnamese Traditional Foods from Sticky Rice

Vietnamese traditional foods

Vietnamese Traditional Foods from Sticky Rice Sticky rice is a sweet, delicious, smelling rice. 100 grams of sticky rice contains 74.9 grams carbohydrate, 8.6 grams protein, 1.5 grams lipid, 14 grams water, 0.6 gram cellulose, 0.8 gram ash, 32 milligrams calcium, 98 milligrams phosphate, 1.2 milligrams iron and some vitamins such as B1, B2, PP. Because of being […]

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Banana blossom salad

Banana Blossom In Vietnam

Nom hoa chuoi or Banana blossom salad is an authentic Vietnamese dish. Nom hoa chuoi is not only delicious but also healthy. Banana blossom easily found in the countryside of Vietnam is he key soul of this food. It’s a perfect blends of crunchy shredded banana blossom, fresh herbs, flavorful pork/shrimp/chicken, crispy crushed peanuts, sweet […]

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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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A Guide to Vietnamese Rolls

Vietnamese rolls

In Vietnam, steamed rice is healthy and cheap food usually eaten at home, warm noodle soups are favorite when it rains or it’s cold. Vietnamese rolls have played an important part of the country cuisine, there aren’t less than dozen of roll recipes from North to South Vietnam. Rolls are easy to make and taste. […]

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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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Saigon coffee with condensed milk

Saigon Coffee - Vot

Saigon coffee with condensed milk or Ca phe sua Coffee with condensed milk has become a Saigon specialty which any tourist would like to try once on their trip to this city. Saigon is full of places where we can try a tasty cup of coffee. The Bloomberg has voted 10 most unique and tasty in the […]

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