Dried Meat - Vietnamese Food

Dried meat includes smoked pork and beef. The dish is more popular among ethnic people living in the mountains. The process of making dried meat is long and complicated which requires carefully selected materials and good experience.

Bamboo Shoots - Vietnamese Food

Bamboo shoots can be cooked into different dishes with lovely tastes. Bamboo shoots are widely available in Vietnam but the best quality can only be obtained in markets in the mountains.

Snail Dishes - Vietnamese Food

There are abundant supplies of snails in Vietnam be in fresh water snail or sea snails. While sea snails are expensive and hard to find, it is too easy to get fresh water snails everywhere in Vietnam.

Fish Dishes - Vietnamese Food

There are abundant supplies of fish in Vietnam be in fresh water fish or sea fish. There are several fish dishes that you wont’ get bored even if they are all served in one meal.

Vietnamese Hotpot

Vietnamese hotpots include a hotpot containing broth on a cooking oven and other ingredients such as beef slices, fish slices/pieces, chicken slices, fresh vegetables, herbs, fresh spices, raw noodles,..

Vietnamese Snacks

Vietnamese snacks are great dishes in company with tea, coffee, wine or beer. Vietnamese snacks include roasted peanuts, cashew nuts, prawn crackers, rice crackers, popcorn, poprice,...

Stir-fried Water Spinach with Garlic - Vietnamese Food

The water spinach for the dish has to be young and fresh. Some people prefer to boil the water spinach before stir-frying it and some prefer not to boil it. In the former case, it is soft and in the latter case it is crisp and fresh. When it is nearly done, the cooker normally sprinkle slices of garlic over it and stir it briefly before serving the dish.

How to Brew Vietnamese Coffee

A step-by-step guide as to how to brew your own Vietnamese coffee be it, black coffee or coffee with milk, hot coffee or iced coffee.

Com (Dry Fried Unripe Sticky Rice) - Vietnamese Food

Com (Dry Fried Unripe Sticky Rice) is a special dish in northern Vietnam and it is available only in autumn. During this time, it is chilly air and Com is served in lotus leaves. Com should be accompanied by ripe banana.

Vermicelli with Fried Tofu (Bun Dau) - Vietnamese Food

Vermicelli with Fried Tofu (Bun Dau) is particularly popular in Hanoi and northern Vietnam in autumn and winter when the air temperatures are pleasant or cold. Vermicelli is a kind of fresh noodles made from rice of which the threads are small.

Broth - Vietnamese Food

Broths are widely used in the Vietnamese daily meals. In northern Vietnam, some broths are available all year round while some are seasonal; summer broths help the body to cope with the heat while winter broths help to cope with the cold.