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Stewed banana with tofu

Stewed banana with tofu

17/07/2017 10:19 GMT+7

Vietnamese cuisine doesn't win any points for complexity. Many of dishes can be made using materials and ingredients that can be found right in the garden, and “chuoi dau om” is one of the most popular.
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Braised Goby Fish with Turmeric

Braised Goby Fish with Turmeric

11/07/2017 13:59 GMT+7

As one of the most familiar foods in Vietnamese family meals, dishes made from goby fish are believed to have originated from rural areas surrounded by rivers and streams. Due to the availability of the fish, there are dozens of ways to cook goby fish. However, one of the most classic and common ways is braising goby fish with turmeric.
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Salad with Rau Nhot

Salad with Rau Nhot

02/06/2017 16:02 GMT+7

Rau nhot is a specialty of the salty and windy area of Quynh Luu district, Nghe An province. It is prepared in different dishes, including salad.
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Shrimp Fried with Tay Ninh Salt

Shrimp Fried with Tay Ninh Salt

27/05/2017 11:55 GMT+7

Shrimp fried with Tay Ninh salt is a popular dish in Ho Chi Minh City. The dish  is crispy with a savoury and piquant taste. 
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Saigon Fresh Rolls

Saigon Fresh Rolls

28/04/2017 19:20 GMT+7

Goi cuon Saigon (Saigon fresh rolls) is a delicious dish which is popular in different regions, especially in Ho Chi Minh City and other provinces in the South. Visiting Ho Chi Minh City, one can enjoy the dish at both luxury restaurants and common stalls on streets or from vendors.
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The Cold Food Festival in Vietnam

The Cold Food Festival in Vietnam

12/04/2017 17:12 GMT+7

It is unknown when banh troi and banh chay (white sticky rice balls) became a popular food during Han Thuc (Cold Food) Festival which falls on March 3 of the lunar calendar. Some people believe that the custom of making these cakes appeared in the dynasty of Hung kings to commemorate Mother Au Co who gave birth to 100 eggs which hatched 100 sons.
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Braised Ruoi of Tu Ky

Braised Ruoi of Tu Ky

05/03/2017 17:49 GMT+7

 Going to Tu Ky in Hai Duong province, visitors can enjoy specialties made from Ruoi (a kind of rag worm whose scientific name is Tylorrhynchus heterocheatus).  They can eat dishes such as Ruoi omelets, rolls of Ruoi or Ruoi cooked with bamboo shoots. Among them, braised Ruoi stands out as an intriguing dish.
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