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Clay Pot Pork
Com Chien Tom - Shrimp Fried Rice
Cucumber Vinegar Sauce
Ginger Dipping Sauce
Pho Beef Noodle Soup
Prawn and Pork Rolls
Rice Noodle Dish
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Vietnamese Ground Pork
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Vietnamese Salad Rolls

Saturday, December 20th 2014

Vietnam - Vietnamese Recipes

Vietnamese cuisine can be a different and strange experience to those who have not had the pleasure of sampling the variety of foods. Fragrant, and often pungent, fresh herbs, spices, and sauces accompany many of the dishes which can either turn people off or create life-long fans. This includes cilantro, fish sauce, chiles, lemon grass, and lime/lemon juice.

One of the great things about vietnamese cuisine is the overall fresh taste that consumes your palate. This in turn leaves you feeling great after filling up on whatever dishes you consume. Unlike many other types of cuisine around the world.

Another great thing is that some dishes are just plain fun to eat. Take Pho for example, a beef noodle soup that is often served for breakfast in Vietnam yet enjoyed for lunch or dinner throughout other parts of the world. Pho is basically served in a fashion where you are able to build your own soup. A large bowl is served with meat, a clear broth, and noodles. Accompaning it are plates filled with fresh sprigs of cilantro and basil, lemon or lime wedges, chiles, spring onions, and bean sprouts.This leaves you the choice between dumping it all in, which is the tastiest, or adding whatever is to your liking. Also you can add soy sauce, fish sauce, and/or the famed Sriracha hot sauce.

For those who are picky and don't like large soups, Vietnamese cuisine includes barbacued meats that go great with rice.

This section includes a sampling of vietnamese recipes that you can prepare for yourself at home in case you don't have a restaurant nearby. Most ingredients for these recipes can be found at a the supermarket however a few will probably have to be purchased at an asian market, specialty grocery store, or online.

 

 

 


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