Cách làm món chuối dẻo thơm ngon bằng nồi chiên không dầu cực đơn giản

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Vietnamese food is very peculiar and unique. Generally speaking it’s quite local và can be very different from north khổng lồ south, but there are some exceptions like Phở soup và Bành Mi (the bread baguette “imported” by the French) that are widespread throughout the whole country.Also, some cities have their own specialties that can be found there only!Vietnamese cuisine is considered one of the healthiest in the world, due khổng lồ minimal use of dairy and oil, and reliance on vegetables & herbs including lemongrass, coriander (though we truly hate coriander!) ginger & mint . That’s why it is unusual to lớn see fat Vietnamese people!Therefore we decided to lớn put down this Vietnamese food guide, & divide it by region & city.

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READ ALSO:Our 2-week itinerary guide to VietnamNORTH VIETNAMESE FOODNorth Vietnam’s cuisine is related lớn its cooler weather: less spices are available, & main dishes are based on rice, soups và fish. In northern provinces especially, as Sapa, Ha Giang & Cao Bang, each ethnic minority has its own recipes, for example Cơm Lam (Bamboo Sticky Rice) is popular in Sapa.HANOIHanoi signature dish is arguably Bún Chả (rice noodle with grilled marinated pork), even more emphasized after Barack Obama had it a couple of years ago during a visit to lớn Hanoi (the place where he ate changed name lớn Bún Chả Obama!). A hot phở (broth, rice noodle, herbs và beef/pork/chicken meat) is always a good choice in a cold rainy day in Hanoi; Phở Gà, chicken phở, in particular is typical of Hanoi.
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A typical Bún Chả in Hanoi: rice noodles và rolls go all together in the big marinated pork bowlWHERE to EAT PHở IN HANOI:Phở Thìn Restaurant, 13 Lò Đuc, Hanoi: huge bowls of tasty phở, 50,000 Dong;Bún Chả Ta Restaurant, 21 Nguyễn Hữu Huân, Hanoi: different options of Bún Chả, also vegetarian, from 80,000 VND;Phở Cuốn Hưng Bền, 33 Ngũ Xã, Quận tía Đình: try Phở Rán (fried pho) và phở cuốn (fresh rice noodle rolls).Quán Ăn Ngon Restaurant, 18 Phan Bội Châu, cửa Nam: every kind of Vietnamese food! Located close to lớn Hanoi train station.When in Hanoi, tasting some local Bia Hơi is a must, by far the most popular draft beer in Vietnam. Bia Hơi can be found at many street corners và is sometimes sold for as low as 5,000 Dong per glass, 0.25 cents!

Another peculiar drink in Hanoi is Cà Phê Trứng, a.k.a. egg coffee, a super energetic start for your day. Taste it at 13 Dinh Tien Hoang, along Hoan Kiem lake.

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Hanoian Cà Phê Trứng, egg coffeeNINH BINHWe only stayed for a couple of nights in Ninh Binh back in November 2017, but managed lớn taste its specialties: we tried some Thìt De (goat meat) and the typical Com Cháy, crispy scorched rice (if you try & speak some Vietnamese remember the different accents, because Chay means vegetarian, whilst Cháy means scorched/burnt. Same same but different!). Any local place in Ninh Binh will have these two options in their menu.HALONG cất cánh CRUISE + COOKING CLASSAn experience we remember with pleasure was having a cooking class while on our cruise boat in stunning Halong Bay, where we learned how to prepare spring rolls in the Vietnamese traditional way. Most of cruises include this activity in their plan, or you can book your cooking class here.
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Having a tray full of Bánh Bèo in Bà Đỏ restaurant, HueWHERE to EAT IN HUE:Quán bánh bèo nậm thanh lọc Bà Đỏ, 8 Nguyễn Bỉnh Khiêm: the main dish is included in the place name, Bánh Bèo. Other typical dishes are served as Bánh KhoáiNem Lụi (pork skewers). Have a walk along the riverside to get to lớn this big nice family restaurant.Quán nạp năng lượng Huyền Anh 52/1 號, Kim Long: the simpliest of menus with two dishes only: Bún làm thịt Nướng (beef rice noodles) & Bánh Ướt (thin pancake wrapper consisting of rice noodle sheets and filled with vegetables). Very cheap local prices, dishes between 15k & 30k Dong (1 lớn 1.5$)DA NANGIn da Nang we fell in love with Bánh Xèo: savory fried pancakes made of rice flour và turmeric powder, stuffed with shrimps, pork meat & soy beans. To make it even more special, a sublime thick peanut sauce in which to dip your Bánh Xèo. The same plate in the south is served with thin fish sauce.Another of our preferred dishes is common in da Nang, Bún làm thịt Nướng: grilled pork rice vermicelli, garnished with herbs & peanuts.Then we have Mì Quảng, which takes the name of its originating Quảng phái mạnh Province in central Vietnam: it consists of wide noodles, meat/fish & a large number of herbs, usually served with a small amount of broth.Da Nang faces the Southern đài loan trung quốc Sea and the choice of seafood is particularly large too. The best area to lớn eat good seafood is undoubtedly the beach-side, where restaurants rise for some kilometers.
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