Goat hotpot is a delicious way to combine the rich flavour of goat with various types of herbs and vegetables. The dish is especially great for family gathering and best served in cold winter days.
Used to be an essential part of new year's celebration in Hanoi, Vietnam mung bean pudding is easy to prepare and an extremely healthy food.
Floating rice cake is essential to Vietnamese festival "Banh Troi - Banh Chay" to celebrate traditional cuisines and rice cultivation. Banh Troi is similar to Mochi (Japanese rice cake) in a way but the melting sugar cube inside the dough makes Banh Troi uniquely Vietnamese.
The culinary artistry is subtly expressed through the combination of coconut milk and fish, in this dish, the smell of fish is not only reduced but also become more delicious.
A good sausage will be light pink with some small holes on the surface. It is usually divided into 4 – 8 pieces and served with good peppered fish sauce. Since silky lean pork sausage, beef sausage or chicken sausage has the similar method of processing meanwhile pig head sausage is a little bit different in ingredients, preparation and cooking method, it will be chosen to introduce today.
“Xoi vo” is an indispensable cuisine in Vietnamese tradition, as it appears in many ritual ceremonies, especially weddings and “le day thang”- a celebration of the baby’s first month old. If you plan to make Xoi Vo, soak the rice the night before to avoid long waiting time.
This is an ideal dish for vegetarians: easy, cheap and fast to make.
Tofu is a popular ingredients of Vietnamese cuisines. Try this new dish of Fried tofu with Salted Egg and let us know what you think.
A mixture of pho and beef cooked with brine builds a newly dish “Phở in beef stew soup” (Phở sốt vang). It attract people by softly and wine-smelly taste. This recipe yields 4 servings.