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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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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What’s Inside Best Vietnamese Sandwiches in Ho Chi Minh city

Vietnamese Sandwich (Banh Mi) is an amazing food. It could be eaten with various foods and its fillings could be cooked with various ingredients. Recipe makes a brand of Vietnamese Sandwich delicious and different from other brands. Banh Mi is sold everywhere in Ho Chi Minh city. To attract customer, the owner must create unique recipes that couldn’t be found […]

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Saigon Mooncake in the Past and at Present

During 1860s, Saigon people come to China Town (Cholon) on Tran Hung Dao street to buy delicious traditional moon cakes at every mid-autumn moon festival. Mooncake is considered symbol of blessing and reunion. Mooncake was born in China. Various legends about the origin of mooncake have been circulating in China throughout the years. At first the […]

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Phở Saigon In The Past

Pho in Saigon

Phở is a special dish with origins in the North Vietnam. It is said that Phở appeared in Saigon in 1951-1952 along with Tally Card Songs theaters (also known as hát ả đào – an ancient genre of chamber music featuring female vocalists), one in Monceau hamlet and one in Dai Dong hamlet. Phở and […]

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Butter Fried Quail In Saigon

Butter Fried Quail in Saigon is one of most famous street foods here, which is sold in small rolling metal cart. However the best Butter Fried Quail known by most foodie in Saigon is a small restaurant Co Nam at 56 Dong Nai street, District 10. The restaurant is opened since 5 pm daily and […]

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Saigon At Night & In The Morning

Saigon at night Saigon at night is a beautiful thing that makes people have been here always keep in their mind. Different from the hustle and bustle city during the day, Saigon becomes splendid and charm with sparkling lights. The city is covered by a colorful twinkle coat of skyscrapers, hotels, restaurants, shopping centers, street […]

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