Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Vietnamese Food

Com Hen – Hue Mussel Rice

Com Hen – Hue Mussel Rice

Hot white rice is part of every meal in Vietnam, but only Hue mussel rice is served cool. Hue people, after deciding that no food should be wasted, have designed this dish using leftover

Tom Chua – Hue Sour Shrimp

Tom Chua – Hue Sour Shrimp

Tourists alway make sure to buy some jars of sour shrimp before leaving Hue. When Hue natives living outside the city return to their homeland, they usually have sour shrimp. Tourists also make

Nem Ran or Cha Gio (fried spring roll)

Nem Ran or Cha Gio (fried spring roll)

Among Vietnam's specialty dishes, Nem Ran is very easy to prepare, but it is very delicious. This dish is called Nem Ran by northerners and Cha Gio by southerners. In Hanoi, the introduction of

Banh Tom – crispy shrimp cake of Vienam food

Banh Tom – crispy shrimp cake of Vienam food

Although Banh Tom is available almost everywhere in the country, it is best at the Nha Hang Ho Tay (Ho Tay Restaurant) on the banks of Truc Bach Lake, close to Ho Tay (West Lake) in Hanoi.

Vermicelli – “bun Vietnamese” dish

Vermicelli – “bun Vietnamese” dish

There are different varieties of vermicelli - "bun Vietnamese" depending on their shape: bun roi or stirred vermicelli, bun mam or twisted vermicelli, bun la or vermicelli paper, and bun dem tram or

Banh cuon – a great favorite among many Vietnamese food

Banh cuon – a great favorite among many Vietnamese food

Eating banh cuon for breakfast is a great favorite among many Vietnamese. Banh cuon is made of rice flour. Thoroughly selected rice is soaked overnight, then ground with a stone mortar. Food

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