Vietnamese Hue

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Hue Sour Shrimp

Hue Sour Shrimp

Sour Shrimp is one of the most sought-after specialities of the old capital of Vietnam

Vietnamese Baguette (Banh Mi)

Vietnamese Baguette (Banh Mi)

Bread occupies a unique position in the cuisines of every country on Earth.

Nậm cake (steamed shrimp rice cake)

Nậm cake (steamed shrimp rice cake)

The cake should be tried first is Nậm cake (steamed shrimp rice cake).

Bột lọc cake (steamed clear tapioca cake)

Bột lọc cake (steamed clear tapioca cake)

This is an appetizer quite similar to Nậm cake at the first sight because of the main ingredients and the flavor of sweet and spicy sauce.

Com hen (rice with baby clams)

Com hen (rice with baby clams)

The next destination is Hue, the home to “cơm hến” (rice with baby clams), a special delicacy, but also an extremely common dish for locals.

Bèo cake (literally “water fern cake”)

Bèo cake (literally “water fern cake”)

Bèo cake (literally “water fern cake”) looks like water ferns floating on the waves; just a look is enough for you to remind of Hue with water ferns drifting across romantic rivers.

Xôi vò (Mung Bean Coated Sticky Rice)

Xôi vò (Mung Bean Coated Sticky Rice)

Along with “Xoi Gac”- Red sticky rice, “Xoi Vo” is considered an important cuisine of Vietnamese tradition (read more about Vietnamese Sticky Rice or Xoi).

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