Banh khot (Vietnamese mini savoury pancake), one of the delicious dishes of the people from southern Vietnam , is a favourite of both domestic and foreign visitors. It is made mainly from rice and fresh shrimp and served with sweet and sour sauce and vegetables.
Com Lam - Special made in a bamboo stem
Com Lam - Central Highlands of Vietnam offers visitors not just discovering spectacular sceneries but also eating and drinking like a mountain dweller.
Banh Phu The – Vietnamese conjugal cake
“Banh phu the” is a lot more interesting in texture and flavor. In the real one, the cake has it green color and flavor by being steamed inside its box...
Pho cuon: A favourite dish for hot summer in Hanoi
The summer in Hanoi is extremly hot and often seems like a chore to face a bowl of steaming hot noodle soup (Pho) or a plate of rice. One cool and refreshing alternative is Pho Cuon, a food similars to fresh spring rolls, but basically different in a number of ways.
(Cha ca La Vong) Grilled Minced Fish
The long history…
In ancient days, there was a street selling paints, called the Paints Street. The Doan family, located at house No, 14 of this street, hit upon a new idea that sold fried fish pie served with soft noodles and seasoning.
Rolled rice pancake - Bánh Cuốn Vietnam
Among other members of the extended noodle family, bánh cuốn almost ranks first. It is a paper-thin steamed rice flour pancake, much like delicate sheets of fresh rice noodles.
How do you like your bún?
After sampling a smattering of Vietnamese fare, it is fair and rather fitting to inquire, “how do you like your bún?”
Bún, popularly translated as ‘rice noodles’, is a staple of Vietnamese cuisine and one of the most popular noodles, used for preparing a plethora of delicious and exotic dishes, some good and some, well, exotic.
Nem chua - Vietnamese fermented pork roll
Vietnam Cuisine - Usually served as a snack with raw garlic, Nem chua is eaten all year round as an appetizer or a side. It is eaten especially for the Lunar New Year by many Vietnamese families.
Crab soup (Canh Cua) of Vietnam
Crab soup - To make” canh cua”, we need patience, skills , tactfulness and experience. We need to prepare ingredients including: red chilli, green onion, “ quả dọc” , “ nước mắm”, oil, tomato, salt and pepper.
The Traditional Vietnamese Cuisine
Food is a language that everyone can relate. It is a common element for all cultures. The common celebrated foods in America are barbecue, hot dogs, and burgers for gatherings, Turkey for Thanksgiving, etc.
Typical Vietnamese Foods
Vietnamese food is quite unlike any other food in Southeast Asia. It's even quite different from China. Overall it's a blend of Malay, Indian, French and influences and incorporates baguettes and pate from France; and curries and chilies from India.