Vietnam Food

Posted OnDecember 19, 2013

ByTomy Ngo

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Vietnamese rice and its scrumptious dishes  The original point of Vietnamese cuisine is always rice. That simple ingredient is cooked in different styles to create fine dishes, from the aromatic bamboo-tube rice of the Northwest to the rice with mussel of Hue’s people or clay pot rice and rice with chicken belly of Southern people.   Distinctive bamboo-tube rice Bamboo-tube rice is an indispensable dish in the daily life...READ MORE
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Posted OnNovember 18, 2013

ByVietnam Paradise Travel

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Tasting specialities in Phan ThietSpade fish salad, phở fish, grilled squid teeth… are famous dishes that you cannot miss when visiting this well-known sea city – Phan Thiết. Let us start this food journey to know more about Best Vietnamese Food.    1. Spade fish salad (Goi ca mai) Spade fish salad (Goi ca mai) is the first dish we will discover. These fishes are abundant in middle Vietnam sea....READ MORE
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Posted OnNovember 14, 2013

ByVietnam Paradise Travel

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 Enjoy special vermicelli in cool daysAutumn brings with it the cool ambiance, which reminds us of many delicious dishes. Vermicelli served with different ingredients is a wonderful choice for every diner in the exchange of the season. 1. Vermicelli and chicken soup For gourmets, vermicelli and chicken soup is a combination of flavor, color and smell. It is a harmonious picture of colors, from the brown of meat, the pink of pork pie,...READ MORE
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Posted OnNovember 08, 2013

ByVietnam Paradise Travel

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Eight Vietnamese specialities get a new records in AsiaThe Asian Record’s Organization (ARO) has announced that eight Vietnamese specialties set new Asian record. They reflect typical value of Vietnamese regions. Green bean cake of Hai Duong province (Vietnam) known as ‘Banh Dau Xanh Hai Duong‘, is a sweet rectangular cake made with green bean, sugar, fat, grapefruit oil mixed together in reasonable percentage, and has...READ MORE
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Posted OnAugust 13, 2013

ByVietnam Paradise Travel

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Hanoi strives to preserve traditional gastronomyHanoi will set up food streets in the Old Quarter in an attempt to improve services for tourists and preserve traditional culture.  The project’s developer said the food area would encompass Hang Buom, Ma May, Luong Ngoc Quyen, and Hang Giay streets. The project, still under consideration by the municipal government, is hoped to be completed this year, featuring dishes unique to Hanoi...READ MORE
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Posted OnOctober 19, 2012

ByVietnam Paradise Travel

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Vietnamese fermented pork roll (Nem chua)Wandering around the Old Quarter in the evening, you can easily be intrigued by the appetizing aroma and the greasy sweet taste of sizzling fermented pork roll grilled on barbecue over charcoals. It is well known that the traditional fermented pork roll is not less unique and addictive compared to its grilled one and that each region in Vietnam brings you different nem...READ MORE
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Posted OnOctober 19, 2012

ByVietnam Paradise Travel

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Ca kho (simmered fish)As we know, healthy diets almost always contain fish, a protein food with fewer calories than other meat sources. It's also one of nature's most versatile food. We can process fish in different ways such as bake, fry , steam or poach but for simmering fish , it will reduce stinking taste and increase flavour of fish.     “Cá kho“ in Vietnam can be divided into two...READ MORE
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Posted OnOctober 15, 2012

ByVietnam Paradise Travel

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Com - (green sticky rice)One of the most origins of Cốm can be traced to Vòng village, 7 km west of Hanoi downtown. The legend begins with a severe starvation in the village years ago. Since the rice crop was not ready for harvest, residents then had nothing else to eat. One hungry farmer tried roasting the unripe grains of rice as his last resort. Just like the accidental invention of Cocacola in the...READ MORE
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Posted OnOctober 12, 2012

ByVietnam Paradise Travel

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Khoái cake (stuffed omelette)Unlike mentioned cakes, Khoai cake contains many ingredients and goes through totally different processing procedures. The main material for the cover is rice flour to be mixed with water and yolk and flavored with cumin. The mixed flour layer is fried until crispy around the edges, then is filled with pepper, green onion, shelled shrimp, sliced broiled beef or pounded pork belly, fresh bean...READ MORE
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Posted OnOctober 12, 2012

ByVietnam Paradise Travel

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Baby Clam Soups (Canh hến)Preparation:  We need to prepare required ingredients such as baby clams, Chinese squash, green onion, tomatoes, dill, fish sauce, salt and pepper. Baby clams are washed carefully several times to remove dirt, and then boiled in deep skillet for 15 minutes. All vegetables should be washed in advance and tomatoes finely chopped. Chinese squash is peeled and chopped into...READ MORE
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