Phở is actually a salty-sweet Vietnamese noodle soup, highlight of Vietnamese cuisine. pho is the representative for fussy dishes. This soup is very popular in so many cities of Vietnam. There is no one fix recipe of Pho, it depends on each chef’s own creativity. The main or we can the common ingredients of Pho are the salt and sweet soup of animal bones, noodles and some herbs.
Bánh Mì – Vietnamese Sandwich
Banh Mi, A Vietnamese sandwich is one of the most simple to make and best street food of Vietnam. It is fast food that all Vietnamese love a lot. Vietnamese people can find Banh Mi anywhere along the street easily, mostly in urban regions. Banh Mi is made with chicken and full of pickled vegetables.
Goi Cuon is not a single dish, there are so many different editions of it. It is actually a crispy summer rolls, prepared by wrapping soaked rice paper and meat or seafood with lettuce, some kinds of herbs. Vietnamese people eat these rolls with Vietnamese peanut sauce. Goi Cuon is listed in the world’s 50 best foods by CNN.
Bún Chả – Vietnamese National Favorite Food
Bun Cha dish basically belongs to Hanoi city. They often prefer to eat bun cha in their lunchtime. This dish can be eaten as a soup or a salad, it is a mixture of soup and smoky grilled meat together in one bowl with a plate of noodles, served with herbs. The sauce used with this dish is also popular and prepared by fish sauce, vinegar, sugar, lime, or kumquat juice, together with pickled vegetables.
Nem Rán (Vietnamese Fried Spring Roll)
Nem Ran is deep fried Vietnamese Spring Roll, loved by Northern and Southern people of Vietnam. Some call it “Nem Rán”, and some Chả Ram or Chả Giò, but at the end the all love it. It is very easy to make Nem Ran and most of Vietnamese people can make it. The main Ingredients are pork and sea crab, chicken eggs, vegetables might use carrot, taro, sweet potato, tofu, sprouts; grass noodle and rice paper; and some other spices.
Bánh Cuốn – Perfect for Breakfast
Banh Cuon is Vietnamese Steamed Rice Rolls, which are very popular in Hanoi. It is mainly eaten as breakfast by Vietnamese people. Banh Cuon is a very light dish, which is made of meat and mushroom wrapped inside a steamed rice roll. Banh Cuon can easily available at local eateries and in local markets.
Bún Bò Huế (Hue-style Beef Noodles)
Bún Bò Huế is also one of the most delicious noodle soup dish in Vietnam. All meat lovers love this dish, as this amazing Vietnamese noodle soup is made of slices of beef shanks and pork hocks. In this dish, meat is cooked very slowly with the spices, which make it very special. The name of this dish is come from the Huế city, located in Central Vietnam.
Cà Phê Trứng (Vietnamese Egg Coffee)
Cà Phê Trứng is an egg coffee, which is actually a Vietnamese drink prepared with egg yolks, sugar, milk, and robusta coffee. It is also treated as a desert. Basically, it is the mixture of egg and black coffee, these two come together in the most surprising way, and, even more surprisingly, this combination rocks!
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