Vietnamese herbs

Balm Mint Or Tia To In Vietnam

Vietnamese herbs

Vietnamese herbs play ant important role in Vietnamese gastronomy. Herbs not only confine to food’s textures, aromas, tastes but also expand to unique combination and freshness. In addition, similar to other kinds of vegetables, herbs contains high-level of vitamins so that they are very good for your health. They can help to protect human body from sickness and treat depression, flu… They are used popularly to cook and decorate a wide range of delicious specialty, royal and rustic dishes. Herbs are grown easily in home gardens because it’s strong. Vietnamese herbs are common so that sold popularly at any markets supermarkets.

Herbs are used in different way:

– Served with steamed rice and other main dishes (Deep-fried elephant fish ear and fish sauce dip, Braised fish, Braised pork and egg in caramel) at home;

– Served with lots of traditional savory cakes such as Vietnamese pancake, Khot cake, Question cake, Wet cake, Stuffed rice cake with pork;

– Served with most of  Vietnamese noodle soups (Pho, Hue beef noodle soup, Crab noodle soups, Clear rice noodle soup, Crab soup cake);

– Served with Rice noodles with grilled pork, Rice noodles with Deep-fried tofu and fermented shrimp paste;

– Served with snail and seafood dishes, Fertilized duck egg;

– Wrapped in Vietnamese spring roll;

– Used to fill Vietnamese bread;

– Put into most of Vietnamese soups, salads (Sweet and sour soup, Salad with banana blossom, Salad with lotus root);

Followings are some popular Vietnamese herbs:

Parsley (Ngo tay) is used to fill Banh mi, put into many kinds of soups, noodle soups and salads;

Mint leave (Bac ha) is used as ingredient of many delicious Vietnamese salads, served with Vietnamese rice noodle dishes;

Fragrant knotweed (Rau ram) is a must herb to eat with Fertilized duck egg, snail and seafood dishes, ingredient to cook some specialties such as Braised chicken with fragrant knotweed, Salad with chicken and fragrant knotweed; this kind of herb rarely served with Vietnamese rice noodle dishes and rice noodle soups;

Fragrant Knotweed Or Rau Ram - one of the most popular Vietnamese herbs

Balm-mint (Tia to) is must be served with Rice noodles with Deep-fried tofu and fermented shrimp paste, Rice noodle soup with snail, snail dishes, frog dishes, braised eel with green banana;

Balm Mint Or Tia To In Vietnam

Basil (Hung que) is ingredient of Vietnamese spring roll, salads, served with rice noodles and noodle soups, especially served with blood pudding, boiled duck, boiled pig guts;

Basil Or Hung Que In Vietnam

Marjoram (Kinh gioi) must be served with Rice noodles with Deep-fried tofu and fermented shrimp paste, served with rice noodles and noodle soups;

Marjoram Or Kinh Gioi

Fish mint (Diep ca) is ingredient of Vietnamese spring roll, served with many kinds of Vietnamese spring roll, Vietnamese pancake, Vietnamese rice noodle dishes but not rice noodle soups, eaten with steamed rice and some main dishes;

Fish Mint Or Diep Ca

Ngo om (rice paddy herb) is put into Sweet and sour soup, used to cook Salad with morning glory and rice paddy herb;

Thorny coriander or Sawleaf (Ngo gai) is served with Pho noodle soup, put into Sweet and sour soup, Soup with bamboo shoot.

Thorny Coriander Or Sawleaf Or Ngo Gai

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