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Mooncakes are an indispensable part of the full moon cake in August, next to green nuggets, red roses, sour grapefruit and sweet cane.

Don’t let the oven stop you from enjoying mooncakes with your family.

Here are a few recipes to create delicious, attractive cakes that don’t need an oven anyone can make for their family this full moon season.

Purple sweet potato moon cake


+ 450g purple sweet potato

+ 200g fresh lotus seeds

+ 100g sugar

+ 20ml cooking oil

Baking tools:

+ Moon cake mold

+ Clean bowl

+ Spoon, spoon

+ Cooking pot Nồi

+ Sieve


Step 1: Wash the lotus seeds, split them in half to remove the heart, and then put them in the simmering water.

Step 2: Grind lotus seeds very finely with sugar, then put a pan on the stove, cook on low heat, stir-fry the mixture of lotus seeds until the mixture thickens, then add cooking oil, mix well.

Step 3: Steam the purple sweet potato, remove the skin and crush it. Then strain through a sieve to remove fibers, place in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes.

Step 4: Divide the sweet potato evenly and roll the lotus seed kernel into equal parts (Note that the sweet potato part is twice the lotus seed kernel).

Step 5: Flatten the sweet potato, put the filling in the middle, round it and put it in the mold to shape it. Put it in the fridge before using or use it right away.

Pineapple leaf moon cake


For the crust

+ 460g of roasted glutinous rice flour, also known as flexible cake flour

+ 1 liter + 50ml cake sugar water

+ 1/2 teaspoon pandan leaf essential oil

+ 1 teaspoon grapefruit perfume

+ 60ml of cooking oil (choose a light colored oil).

For the cake filling:

+ 250g green beans without skin

+ 170g sugar

+ 60gr of cake flour + 100ml of oil mixed in a bowl

+ 30g chopped pumpkin jam

+ 1/3 teaspoon salt.


Cake filling

Step 1: Put green beans in water to soak for at least 3 hours before making, then wash. Put green beans with about 600ml cold water, salt in a pot, put on the stove to cook.

Step 2: Put the hot green beans and sugar in the blender.

Step 3: Put the puree into a non-stick pan with cooking oil mixed with flour, put on the stove with medium heat. When the filling begins to mix into a block, lower the heat and continue to slug until the filling is combined into a non-stick pot, then add the pumpkin jam to the slug for another 5 minutes, then turn off the heat. Let the filling cool slightly and then roll into balls.

The crust part

Step 1: Put the sugar water, cooking oil, pandan leaf essential oil, grapefruit perfume in a large bowl, then slowly add the flour, gently stirring with a ladle.

Step 2: When the dough is mixed into a block, use your hands to knead the dough until smooth. Cover the bowl with cling film and leave for at least 6 hours or overnight.

Step 3: After letting the dough rest overnight, divide the dough into parts according to the weight of the mold.

For flexible cakes, if you use a 200g mold, the filling is 80g and the dough is 120g.

Step 4: Take the dough ball, press it down, put the green bean paste in the middle and then round it.

Sprinkle a little dry powder into the mold to prevent sticking, then put the dough ball into the mold, press firmly around with the palm of your hand. Then tap a corner of the mold and gently remove the cake.

Avocado flavored jelly moon cake


+ 300g avocado

+ 250ml of fresh milk with sugar

+ 120ml coconut milk

+ 10g jelly powder

+ 100g white sugar đường


Step 1: First, take a clean pot and add 50ml of fresh milk, 3gr of jelly powder, 30gr of white sugar, and stir to dissolve the jelly powder. Add coconut milk and bring to a boil, then pour into the mold. Allow to cool completely until the jelly solidifies.

Step 2: After the jelly in the bowl is frozen, pour it into a small mold to separate the slices to make the filling inside. Peel the avocado to get the flesh and put it in a blender, blend it with 200ml of unsweetened fresh milk, and the rest of the sugar to puree. Add 100ml to the pot, 7gr of jelly powder, bring to a boil. Put all the melted butter into the pot, stir well, turn off the heat.

Step 3: Pour the butter mixture into 1/3 of the mold, wait for the face to shrink, then put the coconut milk in the middle. Continue to pour in the butter mixture until the mold is full. Wait for the jelly to cool down, then put it in the refrigerator for about 2 hours to freeze and cool again.

Step 4: Gently use a knife to remove from the cake mold, enjoy immediately. The fatty, soft, and fragrant leopard flavor will surely attract the whole family.

Đăng bởi: Hữu Việt Phan

Từ khoá: Revealing how to make mooncakes without oven, still delicious and attractive

How To Make Tie

How to Make Tie-Dye Clothes and Crafts

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Tie-dye is a technique of coloring fabric that involves folding, twisting, and scrunching the fabric and then tying it tightly with string or rubber bands. Then, you dip the fabric in dye. The areas that are twisted and tied will receive little to no dye. Once you remove the ties, you will find unique patterns on the fabric based on the way it was manipulated and bound.

Tie-dyeing is a quick and easy project, and it’s even great for kids. However, it can be messy, so you should wear protective clothing and cover your work space with newspapers or other items for easy cleanup. You can tie-dye a wide variety of items, including articles of clothing, sheets and pillowcases, curtains, and more. Tie-dyed items can even make excellent customized gifts.

Prepare Your Item and Work Space

Before you dye your item, wash it to ensure that the fabric is clean for best dye adherence. Then, if you wish, treat the item with a dye enhancer following manufacturer’s instructions.

Cover the area where you will be tie-dyeing, so splashes of dye don’t accidentally stain anything. Put on your protective clothes.

Prepare the Dye

Prepare your dye as directed by the manufacturer. You can either mix dye directly in a large pot or bucket, or you can mix it in a plastic squeeze bottle for more targeted dye application. The instructions on your dye will typically state which method is best.

Tie Your Item

Now it’s time to twist and tie your item. You can choose to tie parts of the fabric in an irregular manner or aim to form a specific pattern.

For instance, to make a spiral pattern with the dye, lay out your fabric completely flat and find its center. Then, using a fork or your fingers, grab the center and swirl it until the fabric is rolled in a circular shape. Use your rubber bands or string to secure the fabric in this shape. The ties should meet in the middle of the fabric, forming an asterisk.

Start Dyeing

Now your item is ready for the dye. Either dip it in your dye container or apply the dye from the squeeze bottle. Aim to fully cover the fabric in dye.

If you are using multiple colors, it’s usually best to start with the lightest one. Check your manufacturer instructions for how to proceed to the next color; you might have to rinse the fabric or pause for a period of drying time.

Wait and Rinse

Follow manufacturer instructions for how you should allow the dye to set on your item. In many cases, you will have to wrap the item in a plastic bag or plastic wrap for several hours.

Then, remove the ties from the fabric. Rinse it in warm water that you gradually turn to cool water. Stop rinsing once the water runs clear and you no longer see dye coming off any part of the fabric. Finally, hang your item to dry. Be aware it might still drip some dye, so protect the surface under where it’s hanging.

How To Make Thai Jasmine Rice On The Stovetop

The Spruce / Alex Dos Diaz

01 of 08 Perfect Thai Jasmine Rice Every TimeThe Spruce

Native to Thailand, jasmine rice gets its name from the fragrant jasmine flower. This long-grain rice has a somewhat buttery aroma, reminiscent of popcorn. The trick to cooking perfect jasmine rice is using the correct ratio of water to rice and keeping an eye on the water level as it cooks. While you can use a rice cooker, this stovetop method is convenient to use anywhere.

You will need:

Deep medium-sized pot with a close-fitting lid

Stovetop or burner

Measuring cup

Jasmine rice


Salt (optional)

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02 of 08 Measure the RiceThe Spruce

Start with good-quality Thai jasmine rice. You will need about 2 cups of uncooked jasmine rice to make enough to serve four to five people. Once measured, pour into a deep medium-sized pot that has a tight-fitting lid.

At this point, you can rinse the rice two to five times in water (until the water is clear) to remove any excess starch powder. This is an optional step. If you’re curious and an avid rice-maker, try one batch with rinsing and one without.

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03 of 08 Add Water and SaltThe Spruce

Add 2 1/2 cups water and 1/8 teaspoon salt to your rice pot. This rice can also be made without salt if you are watching your salt intake.

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04 of 08 Bring to a BoilThe Spruce

Bring rice and water to a light boil. You should see bubbles forming on the surface of the water. If you place your ear close to the pot, you will hear it gently boiling.

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05 of 08 Cover, Reduce Heat, and SimmerThe Spruce

Cover the pot tightly with a lid and reduce the heat to low. Let rice simmer while covered for 12 to 15 minutes.

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06 of 08 Check the Jasmine RiceThe Spruce

After 10 minutes, remove the lid. If most of the water has been absorbed by the rice, use a spoon to make a well in the middle, allowing you to see to the bottom of the pot. If all or most of the water is gone, continue on with the next step.

If there is still 1/4 inch or more of water, replace the lid and allow it to simmer 3 to 5 more minutes.

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07 of 08 Replace the Lid and Turn off the HeatThe Spruce

When all (or most) of the water has been absorbed, replace the lid and switch off the heat. Allow the pot to sit undisturbed for another 10 to 15 minutes, or until you’re ready to eat. The residual heat inside the pot will steam the rice and any remaining water will be absorbed, leaving your rice well done and tasting pleasantly sticky.

Keep the lid of your rice pot on until you’re ready to eat. The rice will stay warm and delicious for up to two hours. If you have an electric stove, don’t remove it from the switched-off burner, as the residual heat will also help keep the pot warm. This is a great tip if you’re throwing a dinner party, as you can make the rice well ahead of time and leave it to stay warm while you make the rest of the meal.

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08 of 08 Fluff the Jasmine Rice and ServeThe Spruce

When ready to eat, remove the lid and gently fluff rice with chopsticks or a fork. Transfer the rice to a serving bowl. Enjoy your rice with your favorite Thai dishes as well as those from any cuisine.

How To Build The Ultimate Vietnam Road Trip

Ha Giang’s minority tribes market fair. Photo by: Quinny

Ask any local how to get the most authentic experience when traveling in this country, and you’ll get a common answer:

“Go on a road trip in Vietnam!”

I want you to travel Vietnam like a local as I did, so in this blog, I will share some of my takeaways and lessons from this journey of a lifetime I undertook with a travel partner, a 3000 km Vietnam road trip.

Tip #1: Have a trip outline in mind

Day 18: The sun sets on Hoang Su Phi in Ha Giang. Photo by Quinny

Having a great plan is a must.

Knowing what to expect from the journey will help you feel more satisfied and sure of your journey. You may spend a lot of time and quite a bit of savings on it, so it’s important to make good use of your resources.

Take it from me: after a couple of journeys without clear aims, I changed my approach and was lucky enough to realize this before making this Vietnam road trip.

Tip #2: Save & plan carefully

Day 21: Having drinks in Ha Giang’s market. Photo by Quinny

The next step is to save money for the trip. For me, I started saving half a year ahead. Here are some tips when it comes to planning.

Travel at a time that makes sense for your itinerary

Typically, road trips in Vietnam take place in the March to late September timeframe.

During this time, the weather is typically dry and the temperature is pleasant enough to be on a motorcycle for long hours. Scenery will also be at its most beautiful state in the time. There will also be abundant local fruits and food available during this time of the year.

If you’re willing to tolerate rain or have time constraints that don’t permit travel during this time, ask Google to see what will be available outside of this window. You may be rewarded for going off the beaten path.

Tip #3: Choose Destinations Based on You

Do some research to find the most suitable places for you in Vietnam based what you’d like to see and when you can go.

Look for important cultural landmarks but don’t skip a review of a fun things to do in those areas! You can find some suggestions here for the top 20 best Vietnam destinations.

Day 3: Visit Binh Ba Island. Photo by Quinny

Tip #4: Find trusted places to hire good, trustworthy motorbikes

This is a step that will assure you peace of mind during the whole journey. If your vehicle doesn’t work well, you will feel insecure and unsafe throughout the journey.

You may have to leave an ID or money to rent a vehicle. When you return the bikes or car to them, your deposit money and papers will be returned. Some rental agencies have branches across Vietnam, so you can return the vehicles in any of their locations without needing to send it back yourself or ride the motorbike back to the initial rental place.

My travel partner is vibing. Photo by Quinny

Tip #5: Don’t Stress on the Schedule! Relax

An old cliché: “ Happiness isn’t any destination, but rather be the journey.” After the long trip, I realized those words are so true.

Sometimes, my traveling partner and I are too focused on making it to the destination in time without remembering to enjoy the sensations and experiences of being on the road.

Determine a reasonable daily traveling distance

For me, it was about 200 km per day.

This is an average, flexible figure with two people riding alternately. The trip should be enjoyable, not exhausting due to overwork. Setting the bar too high can lead to sleepiness, and that’s no good on a motorcycle.

Note that if you picked the route that goes through the mountain area, it might take you much more time and effort to go through the same distance, compared to a flat road.

Pick your perfect road

From one destination to another, there are going to be a couple of routes for you to pick. If you love to get straight to the destination, the A1 or AH1 highways (depending on the areas, the names could be different on the map).

On the other hand, if you want to experience local life, pick a smaller, slightly longer road into towns and villages. I can assure you that the local hospitality will be worth the extra effort you put in.

Relax, and enjoy the ride.

Find places to stop and rest at the end of the day

Please note that not everywhere has the proper accommodation for you to stay the night, especially if you plan to go to remote areas or want to go to a destination with more nature and less development.

In big cities and towns, you can book rooms months ahead of your trips. However, when it comes to small towns, Google Maps might be find accommodation for tourists but may not include all hotels or rented rooms.

A motorcycle tour can bring you not only lots of freedom but also risks at the same time, especially driving in unfamiliar places after dark. It’s a good practice to know ahead of time where you can stop for the night so you’re not stranded in an unfamiliar location with no place to stay.

Tip #4: Stop Often, Take an Unplanned Turn, Wander

Lovely granny, I met on the road. Photo by Quinny

If you suddenly spot some exciting side destinations, don’t hesitate to stop by or change your plans. The unexpected things that come with your road trip are what will make it exciting.

Thanks this, I had the chance to see beautiful spots that probably few tourists know, places you wouldn’t see on any travel review articles.

Asking locals about must-see spots in the area is also a good idea. Vietnamese are so open and enthusiastic at helping others, especially tourists. By doing that, you might also make some new local friends on your Vietnam road trip.

Tip #5: Rest, Eat and Drink Properly

To guarantee a great experience, don’t take these things for granted.

Sometimes, the energy you get from adrenaline when riding can ease the hunger and the feel of eating, but so many yummy local dishes are waiting for you wherever you are in Vietnam.  Therefore, enjoying local cuisine is not only what makes this trip memorable, but it’s also a key part of taking care of yourself while on the road.

Still, be careful with food safety because you don’t want to ride your motorbike with an ill stomach.

Day 13: Stopping in the countryside in Quang Binh. Photo by Quinny

Keep yourself hydrated!

Vietnam is a tropical country, which means the temperature is usually quite high, and the sun drains water from your body fast. It’s a good habit to stop by small, local cafes along the way. Usually, locals sell coconut water and cane juice as well as Vietnamese traditional coffee. Stop to hydrate yourself, do some stretching, and chat with locals.

Those cafes also provide hammocks for travelers who need a quick nap to recharged for the upcoming miles ahead.

Tip #6: Don’t Let a Vegetarian Diet Stop You from Trying Local Cuisine

Vegetarian? No problem at all!

Day 19: We sat with an old man in Hanoi selling sweet soup, tobacco & green tea. Photo by Quinny

However, these restaurants may be hard to find ahead of time. My tip here is to ask the locals if nothing comes up on Google. Remember the keyword “quan chay” (which means “Vegetarian restaurant”) or “com chay” (which means “Vegetarian dishes”) would be helpful.

Tip #7: Ask for help when needed

If unfortunate things happen on the road like a flat tire or an empty gas tank, don’t hesitate to seek help. Local people will do whatever they can to help you!

I once got a flat tire in the middle of a remote area located in the west Highland where there was no one living within a 30 km radius. Although we did bring tools to fix the tire, we couldn’t figure it out after 15 mins trying. So we stood on the side road and asked for help from any passing travelers. Since this was a remote area, not many people passed by. Luckily, one young man stopped and fixed the tire for us without asking for anything in reward. We also exchanged contacts and accepted the invitation to visit his farm if we got any chance to go back to this area.

Tip #8: Focus on the Offline!

Day 5: Sun breaking through clouds in Da Lat. Photo by Quinny

Many of my friends who constantly updated their social media on their trip shared with me that, looking back, they should have spent more time enjoying the moment rather than focusing too much on taking pictures, recording the scenes, and posting them online. Studies also show that your memory about a place will be more detailed and last longer if you focus more on experiencing nature rather than your phone.

My trip itinerary

My Vietnam road trip was approximately 3,000 km and lasted 20 days starting from Ho Chi Minh City and going up to Tay Nguyen (the west Highland), to the central coast of Vietnam, then straight to Hanoi.

In Hanoi, I stopped my road trip and hopped on a bus to Ha Giang due to my limited traveling time, which didn’t allow me to ride my motorbike to the northern frontier. This route alone from Hanoi to Ha Giang would take up to 10 days if you sincerely want to discover and enjoy the area.

Day 1-2: Ho Chi Minh City – Vung Tau – Mui Ne.

Day 3-4:  Binh Ba Island – Cam Ranh

Day 5-6: Da Lat

Day 7: Gia Lai

Day 8: Buon Me Thuot

Day 9: Qui Nhon

Day 10: Phu Yen- Quy Nhon

Day 11: Tam Ky- Da Nang – Hue

Day 12:  Khe Sanh- Lao Bao

Day 13-15: Quang Binh

Day 16-17: Ninh Binh

Day 18-20: Hoa Binh- Thai Nguyen- Hanoi

Day 21-24: Ha Giang

Day 25-28: Cat Ba Island

In some places like Quy Nhon, Quang Binh, Ninh Binh, Ha Giang & Cat Ba, I chose to stay two or three days to experience those magnificent destinations to the fullest. Those destinations are packed with national parks, well preserved sights, and great deals of local hospitality.

Day 3: Taking an exciting bumpy ride on Binh Ba Island. Photo by Quinny

The bottom line

My travel partner wrote some words on his social media after those 20 days of traveling. I offer them to you here to help you decide whether or not to go on your own Vietnam road trip.

“HCMC – Hanoi 28.05.2023. 20 days. Around 3000 km. Some of the most amazing things: Traveling with someone I never met before, who didn’t assassinate me and sell my organs during the trip. Seeing buffalo pee on the road. Passing many long containers on highways, mountain byways with one mistake which nearly put our life at risk. Been thru darkness, heavy rain, thunder, UV 11. Screaming fuck, fuck, fuck loudly on the road when my friend drove 70km/h. Doing squats in front of the locals to battle against potholes. Hearing Vietnamese indigenous languages. Learning about physics, names of flowers, Feng Shui, chemistry, what the health, history of Vietnam from my driving partner. Exceeding my driving speed (40km/h to 60,70km/h) from day 12. Climbing competition with a goat that shit a lot on its way. Paying for random toilets with a smile. Calling mom twice a day to tell her I was alive. Braking abruptly on the road three times to save lives of other clown drivers. Using two-third of my saving money. Swimming in many non-touristy beaches. Witnessing the beauty and mysteries of Quang Binh & Ninh Binh caves. Wandering on the sand in a loader bucket of a tractor. Being in the present.

Next goal: + Conquering the four great mountain passes in northwest Vietnam.

+ Visiting all of the western provinces in Vietnam.”

Now, it’s time start to plan your Vietnam road trip, my dear friends!

See you soon!

Đăng bởi: Vũ Nguyệt

Từ khoá: How to Build the Ultimate Vietnam Road Trip

How To Recolor Anything On Gimp (With Pictures)

1Open GIMP on your computer. The GIMP icon looks like a cartoon animal with a paintbrush in its mouth. You can find it on your Start menu on Windows or in the Applications folder on Mac.

2Select the File tab on the top-left. This button is either on the tab bar at the top of the app window (PC) or on the menu bar at the top of your screen (Mac). It will open your file options.Advertisement

3Select Transparency next to “Fill with.” In the “Create a New Layer” pop-up, make sure the “Transparency” option is selected as the layer fill at the bottom.

In some versions of GIMP, you may see “Layer Fill Type” instead of “Fill with.”

If you have a “Layer Type” option, you can set it to “Normal.”


3Select the outline of the area you want to recolor. Use the Free Select (Lasso) tool with your mouse, and draw an outline around the area to recolor.

Make sure the new, transparent layer is selected on the right-hand side, and not the original picture.

When you finish the outline, you’ll see dashed lines around your selection.

6Select the color you want to use. You can select any color in the color selector pop-up.

9Select Color in the Mode drop-down. This will change your transparent layer’s mode to a “Color” layer, and change the color of the selected area in your original picture.

10Select the Eraser tool in the toolkit. This button looks like a rectangle eraser icon in the toolkit section on the top-left.

11Erase the extra color around the recolored area. You can use the Eraser tool to manually trim the edges, and remove the extra recolor around your selection.

Recoloring with the Paintbrush

1Create a new, transparent layer. Follow the steps in the Part 2 above to create a new, transparent layer on top of your image with no fill.

Make sure that this is a separate layer than the “Color Mode” layer you may use with the Bucket Fill tool above.

2Select the “Paintbrush” tool in the toolkit. This button looks like a paintbrush icon in the toolkit on the top-left of the app window.

This tool will allow you to manually paint new colors on the pictures.

Optionally, you can adjust your paintbrush stroke’s size, angle, hardness and other attributes on the bottom-left section.

4Select the color you want to use on your paintbrush. You can select any color in the color selector pop-up or enter RGB/HTML values to pick an exact color.

6Select Hue in the Mode drop-down. This will allow you to change the color hue of the areas you paint with your paintbrush.

7Paint on the picture to recolor anything. You can use your mouse to paint on the picture, and change the color hue of any part of the image.

You should be painting on the transparent “Hue” layer, and not the original picture.

Exporting the Image

4Select Export As on the File menu. This will open a new dialogue box, and allow you to save your new image to your computer as a separate file.

7Select an image format for your new image. You can select a common image format like JPEG, TIFF, or PNG here.

Delicious Dishes Not To Be Missed When First Coming To Ho Chi Minh City

Southern cuisine always inspires visitors with its unique flavors and distinct ways of processing. In Ho Chi Minh City, there are dishes below that you should not miss if you come for the first time.

Grilled snakehead fish

Grilled snakehead fish is loved by many people in the South. Photo: Quynh Tran

Grilled snakehead fish is typical for the river region, appearing a lot in Ho Chi Minh City. The dish is famous for its unique taste, but the preparation is very simple. Fish just need to be cleaned, skewered through a bamboo stick to cooking on the grill, without seasoning.

The difference of the main dish is the soft and sweet fish meat, and the taste of peanuts and onion fat. When eating, just peel off the burnt skin, use rice paper rolls with fish, vermicelli and raw vegetables to serve such as lettuce, cucumber, star fruit, pineapple, acrid banana, herbs such as basil, basil, etc. basil, laksa leaves, fish paste, tubers, bean sprouts, chives … then dipped with fish sauce seasoning, tamarind sauce or ginger sauce…

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Vietnam’s west cake

Western pancakes in Ho Chi Minh City. Photo: Linh Sea

Western pancakes are a familiar dish of the people of Ho Chi Minh City. The ingredients are a combination of ready-made rice flour, mixed with turmeric powder, coconut milk and finely chopped scallions. The filling is diverse, depending on the preferences and available ingredients, the fryer can flexibly change. The commonly used fillings are bacon, shrimp, chicken, duck, mushroom, bean sprouts…

Delicious food and good taste, the rim of the cake is crispy, round, and the filling is spread evenly after being folded. The accompanying vegetables include lettuce, basil, lettuce, collard greens, perilla, mango bud, cassava bud, lentil bud, guise leaf… so as not to get bored. When eating, diners take vegetables, add the crust, roll the cake, dip it in sweet and sour fish sauce.

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Goby fish hotpot with leaves

Goby fish hotpot with leaves. Photo: Holi

Goby fish hotpot is a typical and rustic dish of the Southern people. The ingredients are very simple with goby fish, Giang leaves, bitter vegetables, tomatoes, garlic, onions, chili, pineapple… creating a fragrant hot pot with its own unique flavor.

A special feature of goby hotpot is that raw fish will be dropped into the boiling hot pot right at the table. For many first-time diners, this approach can make them a bit surprised or “afraid”. But that’s just the first impression. The delicious taste of the food will change them completely. The hot pot has a mild sweet and sour taste, fatty fish meat. Pour hot pot sauce into vermicelli, dip fish, bitter vegetables into garlic chili fish sauce or tamarind sauce to serve.

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Braised fried rice

A rustic stew of Southerners. Photo: Hong Toan

Braised fried rice is very popular in the South. This is a rustic dish, cheap, easy to make and very generous. Indispensable ingredients of the stew are fish sauce, bacon, dried shrimp, a little sugar and pepper. When served, the stew is usually yellow-brown in color and has a rich sweet taste.

Just break a piece of burnt rice, dip it through the stew, and you can fully enjoy the taste of the dish. In addition to burnt rice, diners can dip boiled vegetables with braised pork.

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Hot pot with fish sauce

Hot pot with fish sauce at Ut Tich street restaurant. Photo: Letter from Helen

Mam hot pot is a symbol of the river region and there are many delicious goods in Ho Chi Minh City. The dish is a complete synthesis of products from the sea, ponds, fields, and rivers, with ingredients including fish, shrimp, crab, squid, beef, pork… The characteristic of a fish sauce hotpot is the broth. from Chung fish sauce, usually choke fish sauce, snakehead fish, or Linh fish…

Many vegetables are the most obvious feature of the dish. Vegetables eaten with fish sauce hot pot are all types that grow under water such as coriander, bitter vegetables, dandelion, gun hyacinth, water hyacinth, rafter, basil, chopsticks, etc., creating a unique flavor for the dish. .

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Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Văn Quyên

Từ khoá: Delicious dishes not to be missed when first coming to Ho Chi Minh City

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