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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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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Hue Steamed Rice with Baby Clams (Com Hen)

Hue Steamed Rice with Baby Clams (Com Hen)

Hue Steamed Rice with Baby Clams or Com Hen is one of the most famous Hue dishes which tourists should not miss when travel to the old kingdom of Vietnam. Steamed rice is popular in Vietnam, however in Hue, they eat steamed rice in a very Hue style. Crunchy rice is served cold with baby […]

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50 Best Foods In Ho Chi Minh City (And Where To Eat Them)

1. Vietnamese sandwich (Bánh Mì) For over two decades Banh Mi has been making traditional Vietnamese sandwiches and much more. Toasted baquettes stuffed with savory meats enhanced with mayo, hot peppers, pickled carrots, daikon, cucumber and cilantro. Read more about Vietnamese Sandwich: A Story About Vietnamese Sandwich Where to eat Bánh Mì in Ho Chi Minh […]

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A Story About Vietnamese Sandwich (Banh Mi)

Vietnamese Sandwich – Banh Mi “Happily, I’d eaten some of the best sandwiches I’d ever had. But is the Banh Mi the best sandwich in the world?” That’s what David Farley wrote about Vietnamese Sandwich (Bánh Mì) on BBC Travel. Today Vietnamese people are very proud of Vietnamese sandwich. I would like to tell you a […]

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Best Vietnamese Sandwich Fillings In Ho Chi Minh City

Vietnamese Sandwich (Bánh Mì) is a tasty blend of culture and cuisine. Imported into Vietnam from France in 1887, Bánh Mì was simple baguette with pate. Since 1954, many recipes have been created with toasted pork, scrambled egg, pork pie, salad, cucumber, pickles and special sauces… Nowadays we have many types of Banh Mi with […]

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A rainy morning in Ho Chi Minh City

Woke up in early morning in Ho Chi Minh city, I looked out of the window of my hotel and found out that it was raining. I opened the door but I had to close it immediately because the wind was so strong that it blew some papers on the table. It was my second […]

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Top 10 Saigon Food Streets

Street food is an important part of Saigon culture. Saigon people take street food seriously. Street food stalls are everywhere in Saigon. I would like to share top 10 Saigon food streets where you can find the best street foods in this city. 1. Wonton on Ha Ton Quyen street In Chinese cuisine, wonton is […]

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Full Moon Festival In Saigon In The Past

Besides the Tet (Vietnamese New Year), the Full Moon Festival (or Mid-Autumn Festival) is the second biggest festival in our country. Mid-Autumn is the day when the moon is at its brightest in a year. In that spirit, people worship the Moon Genie, promote culture and familial love. At the festival, Vietnamese people enjoy mooncakes, […]

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