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List of 7 foods or drinks helps Vietnam more famous…

Below are foods and drinks make Vietnam is more famous and popular to the World.

Egg coffee

Egg coffee for breakfast in Hanoi! Sounds very strange but a combination of egg yolks, condensed milk, sugar, butter and laughing cow cheese is whisked until fluffy and thick and served with hot coffee! Incredible rich taste- like a liquid tiramisu! #DonalVietnam. [Bbuzzfeed]. 


Egg coffee

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Egg coffee for breakfast in Hanoi! Sounds very strange but a combination of egg yolks, condensed milk, sugar, butter and laughing cow cheese is whisked until fluffy and thick and served with hot coffee! Incredible rich taste- like a liquid tiramisu! #DonalVietnam. [Bbuzzfeed]. 

 

 

 

 Bún chả

e3“…Have a hankering for pork and noodles? Head to Hanoi, Vietnam, for Erin F.’s favorite street food: bún chả.”We came across a lady in the old quarter grilling the most delicious-smelling pork patties over a charcoal grill,” she writes, which led to her discovery of the grilled delight…” [Reader Recs: World’s Best Street Food, National Geographic]. 

 

 

 

 

 

Bánh mỳ

e4A baguette stuffed to the brim with meat and pickled veggies, the banh mi is fusion food at its best. But be warned: it’s usually sprinkled with cilantro, so don’t be surprised by an herby kick when you take a bite. [Beyond PB&J: 15 Sandwiches From Around the World, National Geographic]. 

 

 

 

 

Baked bananas

e5At the World Street Food Congress held in Singapore at the end of May 2013, baked banana of Vietnam was voted the most favorite dish. Banana covered in baked sticky rice is a favorable snack with many Vietnamese people.This dish is really simple and easy to process but very tasty. The first step of making the dish is choosing bananas. Pick ones that is straight, since the curved ones will be hard to mold into beautiful shapes. The white layer of rice that covers around the banana is cooked from good sticky rice. After cooking the sticky rice, mix it with scraped copra and coconut milk. Then roll it into thin layers. Peel the bananas and put them on the sticky rice layers, then roll them so that the sticky rice will cover the entire banana. This step must be done carefully to make sure that the sticky rice layers will cover tightly the banana.
Then, use a piece of banana leaf to wrap outside and bake it on burning coal. The baking step requires the makers to pay attention and turn the bananas steadily so that they will not be burnt. Bake until the green banana leaves outside turns into dark yellow, the sticky rice becomes dry and the bananas smell fragrant

Phở 

e6Slurp up a bowl of steaming hot Pho, a tangy beef noodle soup, in Hanoi, Vietnam. Phở or pho is a Vietnamese noodle soup consisting of broth, linguine-shaped rice noodles called bánh phở, a few herbs, and meat. It is primarily served with either beef or chicken. Pho is a popular street food in Vietnam and the specialty of a number of restaurant chains around the world. Southern Vietnamese eat it for breakfast and occasionally lunch, whereas northerners eat it at any time of day. Pho originated in the early 20th century in northern Vietnam. War refugees later popularized it in the rest of Vietnam and the world.[7] Because pho’s origins are poorly documented, there is significant disagreement over the cultural influences that led to its development in Vietnam, as well as the etymology of the word itself. [Wikipedia], [43 Meals Everyone Should Eat In Their Lifetime, Business Insider]

 

Bun rieu cua

e7Freshwater crabs flavor this tangy tomato soup that’s made with round rice vermicelli and topped with pounded crabmeat, deep-fried tofu and, often, congealed blood. An odoriferous purple shrimp paste is offered on the side — it tastes delicious. Chilies and fresh herbs are the finishing touches for a complete one-dish meal. [Asia’s 10 greatest street food cities, CNN]. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Goi cuon

e8This snack made from pork, shrimp, herbs, rice vermicelli and other ingredients wrapped in rice paper is served at room temperature. It’s “meat light,” with the flavors of refreshing herbs erupting in your mouth.Dipped in a slightly sweet sauce laced with ground peanuts, it’s wholesome, easy and the very definition of “moreish.” [Source: World’s 50 best foods, CNN]