“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 recipe is a bit similar to Paella of Spain or Arroz Con Camarones of Ecuador but it takes a lot less time to prepare.
This quick and easy recipe of pilaf is very popular in all Vietnamese families, especially when there is left-over rice.
Hoi An is small in area but by no way is its cuisine collection negligible. Chicken rice is one of the prides of Hoi An people and no tourists should leave the ancient town without trying it. And now, you can learn to make it at home too.