Bánh bột lọc lá (Pork and prawn tamale Huế style)


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BÁNH BỘT LỌC LÁ or BÁNH BỘT LỌC GÓI is very popular, is a traditional dish, originated from HUẾ (Vietnam). It look like TAMALE, but it is cooked with TAPIOCA flour, prawn and pork belly wrapped in banana leaves, to create delicious flavor. It is served with fish sauce and crushed hot chile. (But, sugar, […]

Bánh bột lọc trần (Pork and prawn dumplings Huế style)


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Bánh bột lọc is a small, clear-looking, chewy tapioca dumpling in Vietnamese cuisine that can be eaten as appetizers or small snacks. They are usually filled with shrimp and pork belly, often being topped with fried shallots and served with sweet chili fish sauce. It is said to have originated from Huế, as the city […]

Bánh bao (Steamed bun)


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BÁNH BAO (literally “wrapping cake”) is a ball-shaped bun containing pork or chicken meat, onions, eggs, mushrooms and vegetables, in Vietnamese cuisine. It often has Chinese sausage and a portion of a hard-boiled egg inside. BÁNH BAO are generally smaller than BAOZI, and are filled with savory fillings, the most popular of which is seasoned […]

Bánh ú Bá Trạng (Ba Trang pyramidal glutinous rice cake)


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BÁNH BÁ TRẠNG or BÁNH Ú BÁ TRẠNG is originated from China, migrated to Vietnam by Chinese long time ago. It has a different form and cultural meaning in the ancestor worship (especially in Đoan Ngọ TẾT Festival – 5th of May in Lunar year)… and can be used instead of Tet’s rice cakes (such […]

Miến xào cua (Stir fried glass noodles with crab meat)


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Miến is Vietnamese word for GLASS NOODLES / CELLOPHANE NOODLES. This noodle dish is very tasty, stir fried with crab meat (CRAB – Vietnamese: CUA) and some vegetables, such as: carrot, mushroom (usually wood ear mushroom), leek, spring onion, …. To cook this dish, make sure the noodle threads is not stick together, the heat […]

Nui xào bò (Wok-fried macaroni with beef)


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Vietnamese pasta dish. Nui is made by rice flour, like MACARONI. “Xào” means STIR-FRY, “BÒ” means BEEF, so this dish means STIR-FRIED MACARONI WITH BEEF. The BEEF can be minced or sliced or diced, then marinated with some salt, pepper, soy sauce, oyster sauce. The NUI (Vietnamese MACARONI) is cooked like normal cooking PASTA, then […]

Bún gạo xào thập cẩm (Fried rice vermicelli with meat, seafood and vegetables)


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Bún gạo xào or Fried rice vermicelli is a Vietnamese fried noodle dish, consisted many kinds of vegetable, meat, seafood, bean curd, … or without meat for vegetarian people. To cook this dish, the rice vermicelli is soaked in water first, then let the water is drained off, then it is wok-fried with other ingredients, […]

Mì xào giòn (Crispy fried noodle with mixture of meat, seafood and vegetable)


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Mì xào giòn or Crispy fried noodle with mixture of meat, seafood and vegetable is a delicious noodle dish. It is very popular for any people, any time to enjoy this dish in many restaurants in Vietnam. It is a combination of many ingredients such as meat (pork meat, pork liver, pork heart, pork kidney, […]

Mì xào thập cẩm (Wok fried egg noodle with meat and seafood Vietnamese style)


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MÌ (or MÌ TRỨNG) is Vietnamese word for egg noodle. XÀO is “wok-frying” method or verb for “WOK FRY“. THẬP CẨM is a mixture of meat, seafood, vegetables that they are available in season. In this noodle dish, the meat is usually sliced pork meat, pork liver, pork heart. Seafood: tiger prawn, squid. Vegetables: carrots, […]

Hainanese chicken rice


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Hainanese chicken rice is a dish adapted from early Chinese immigrants originally from Hainan province in southern China. It is considered one of the national dishes of Singapore. Hainanese chicken rice is most commonly associated with Singaporean and Malaysian cuisines, although it is also popular in Thailand, where it is known as Khao Man Gai, […]

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