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Choose rice with good quality and soak it until it is softened, and then puree it into a slightly thick liquid. Some experienced cooks soak the rice and puree it 12 hours beforehand, so that the flour is not pasty and the cakes will be crisper after being fried. [ more... ]
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The recipe is provided by Le Phu Duc, executive chef, with 20 years’ experience in cooking. [ more... ]
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On Le Thanh Ton Street in Ho Chi Minh City is a restaurant row. The cuisines of China, Japan, Korea, India and Italy can be savoured. ‘Thu Hien’ a family run chicken noodle restaurant survives among this fierce competition. [ more... ]
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Preparation: Fillet the fish and cut into 2-3cm chunks Ground the fresh turmeric and galangal, squeeze their juices into a bowl, set aside Squeeze the left-over rice and keep the juice aside [ more... ]
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Sweet and sour Dipping Sauce Serves: 8 rolls 4 tablespoons of kumquat juice (‘nước tắc’) 4 tablespoons of sugar 4 teaspoons of nước mắm (fish sauce) [ more... ]
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The Hoa Tuc restaurant is in a complex of eateries housed on the grounds of the former opium refinery. Its name means ‘opium poppy’ and it runs half-day gourmet tours with a cookery class on most mornings. [ more... ]
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Haute cuisine’ in Vietnam translates to ‘imperial Hue’ cuisine. This borrows from the court of Peking and also includes dishes specially concocted to please the Vietnamese emperors. That other French culinary term [ more... ]
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Hello again to all. As we all know, finding the right place to dine in District One is a matter of trial and error. Some places are seriously overpriced. Others aren’t worth trying at any price. Still others don’t offer what we like. [ more... ]
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Saigon was sometimes referred to as ‘The Paris of The East’. This is not a moniker lightly bestowed. As one who has visited the real City Of Lights fourteen times, I can see why. [ more... ]
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In his dictionary of southern Vietnamese, scholar Vuong Hong Sen writes, “Mangrove apple trees have beautiful green leaves. At night, the sight of many fireflies perched upon them is quite lovely. [ more... ]
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Silkworm cocoon cultivation at Co Chat Village, Phuong Dinh Commune, Truc Ninh District of Nam Dinh Province has long been praised in folk songs for ...
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