I might get beat up for sharing this new upcoming Vietnamese Pho Sate with you but I only do it for you!! ————- Full recipe on My YouTube: Quang Tran #vietnamesefood#vietnam🇻🇳 #pho#yegfood#yycfood#yvrfood#yyzfood
Tiếp tục serie Món Ngon Việt Nam như đã hứa với các bạn. Bún ngan Nhàn - địa chỉ mà ai cũng biết là ở đâu rồi đấy. Lâu không ăn mà quay lại thấy được upgrade quá, không chỉ có mọc thịt, thịt ngan thông thường mà giờ còn có cả trứng non, gan, mề full option yêu ngay từ cái nhìn đầu tiên. Dù rất nhiều ý kiến rằng bún chửi này bún chửi kia nhưng tuyệt nhiên cuộc đời mình chưa bao giờ bị chị Nhàn chửi, cũng chưa bao giờ phải xếp hàng vì chị thấy mình là vội làm nhanh cho mình ăn ko mình ngồi lâu thì ăn hết cả đồ của chị mất. Trưa nay ăn gì biết rồi đó 😌 ! #bunngan#bunngannhan#hanoieats#vietnamesefood#vietnam#hanoi
Quick Vietnamese Pork Bowls - in the spirit of the Vietnam STREET FOOD premiere!! I meant to put it up this morning but we’re have a few tech glitches - will get it up here on Insta later today - though if you can’t wait, it’s at the top of my homepage right now! 🙌🏻 - N x ❤️ . Vietnamese Pork Bowls . 1 1/2 tbsp cooking oil (I use peanut oil) 1/2 onion , finely diced (brown, white or yellow) (~1/2 cup) 2 tsp ginger , minced* 2 garlic cloves , minced * 1 birds eye or Thai chili*, deseeded and finely chopped 1 lb / 500g ground pork (mince) 5 tbsp brown sugar 2 tbsp fish sauce SERVING: 1 green onion stem finely sliced, rice, sliced red chilli, tomato, cucumber (optional) . * If you must, you can use jar paste for these BUT just add them after the pork is cooked cause jar stuff = wet = severe spittage if you try to saute. Use 2 tsp ginger, 2 tsp garlic, 1 tsp chilli paste. . 1. Heat the oil in a large skillet over high heat. 2. Add the onion, ginger, garlic and chili and cook for 2 minutes. 3. Add the pork mince and cook for 2 minutes or so until white all over, breaking up the meat with a wooden spoon. 4. Add the sugar and fish sauce. Stir, then leave it to cook without touching until all the juices cook out and the pork starts caramelised - about 2 minutes. Then stir it and leave it again, without stirring, for around 30 seconds to get more caramelisation. Repeat twice more until caramelised to your taste. 5. Serve over rice or vermicelli noodles, garnished with sliced scallions/shallots. I like to have chunks of plain cucumber and carrots on the side which is a classic way of making Vietnamese bowls. . #recipetineats#vietnamesefood#easymeals#quickmeals#pork#getsomeporkonyourfork
Fan trứng lộn đâu rồi, cho mình thấy cánh tay của các bạn nào 👋👋 Tuyệt phẩm TRỨNG LỘN MUỐI ỚT đã cập bến nhà Cooky, chị em nhanh tay lưu lại để cùng nướng, cùng đánh chén nhâm nhi chút bia cùng chiến hữu thôi!! . Thực hiện Bước 1 Đầu tiên bạn chọn 6 quả trứng vịt lộn rửa sạch, rồi đem trứng luộc ngập nước với thời gian là 15 phút. Sau đó vớt trứng ra dĩa để nguội. Không nên đổ quá nhiều nước, hoặc quá ít nước làm trứng chưa kịp chín trước khi nước cạn nồi. Bước 2 Để làm sốt muối ớt: bạn cho 2 muỗng canh tương ớt, 1 muỗng canh ớt bột, 1 muỗng canh nước mắm, 1/2 muỗng cà phê muối, 3 muỗng cà phê đường khuấy đều lên. Băm nhuyễn 10gr ớt, 10gr tỏi và 10gr hành tím. Bắt một chảo nóng cho vào 2 muỗng canh dầu đun sôi, phi thơm ớt, hành tím và tỏi băm. Rồi cho nước mắm ớt vào xào đều cho đến khi sốt sệt lại. Bước 3 Khi trứng đã nguội, bạn đập trứng cho vào chén nhỏ đã bôi dầu ăn rồi đặt lên bếp than nướng, dùng muỗng rưới phần sốt muối ớt lên trứng nướng khi sốt sôi. Trong quá trình nấu có thể trở đều trứng để có thể thấm đều gia vị. Cuối cùng bạn rắc thêm đậu phộng, mỡ hành, ngò gai cắt nhỏ rồi nướng thêm 3 phút bắc ra khỏi vĩ nướng. Ngoài cách nướng bếp than bạn có thể thay thế sang bếp gas, đặt thêm vĩ nướng bên trên. Xem đầy đủ hình ảnh và cách làm tại link: www.cooky.vn/go/r50102 ____________ Đừng quên tải ứng dụng Cooky để việc tìm kiếm công thức trở nên thật dễ dàng - iOS: bit.ly/CookyiOSApp - Android: bit.ly/CookyAndroidApp Nhớ theo dõi @cooky.vn và cập nhật nhanh chóng những công thức món ngon
I have officially reached the age where my parents are trying to set me up with their friends’ kids aka modern matchmaking at its finest. Currently accepting offers - requirements: must be willing to travel to Vietnam spontaneously
Craving that pho noodle soup after our cousins forced us to drink at the Thanksgiving party last night 🥴🍲 we also have a Friendsgiving event tonight so pray for us! . . . Photo was taken at Hai Duong (Eden Center) Falls Church, VA.
So phokin good and a must when in Vegas. Pho kim Long is located on Spring Mountain Road and there is always a big crowd when you go but don't let that scare you because once you get seated and put in your order the food comes out quickly. The pork chops are a also a must order here! 👌🏻👌🏻😍😍😍 #noodles#slurpslurp#phokinggood
We’re back in Prague, so it’s time to eat what we’re most used to. Vietnamese cuisine. (Record scratch.) Anyway, the new location of @banhmimakers on Letenské náměstí square 5 serves some usual suspects but adds some surprise menu items, really nice design and a kids corner! Very smart move. Oh and now you don’t have to travel all the way to the Sapa market to have a bowl of Bún Cá. A great winter warmer honestly. What is your go to cuisine for a warming winter dish? God knows we’ll need it.
Here’s a quick and delicious meal prep: @thhsandwiches steamed rice rolls with easy fixings. I ordered a pound of @thhsandwiches steamed rice rolls, bought and sliced some steamed meatloaf, julienned a cucumber and a few basil leaves, poured a few spoonful of nuoc cham over the meal and enjoy! Their steamed rice rolls are sold by the pound and come with fried shallots, bean sprouts, and nuoc cham, . . . #vietnamesefood#banhcuon#meatloaf#mealprep#oceats
My November column for @goodfoodau - VIETNAMESE CHICKEN MARINADE! . ✨DIRECT LINK IN BIO✨ . Yes I know it’s December so yes, I’m late sharing this with you but don’t worry, the recipe is as good as it was when it was published 😂 . In all honesty, I tell people it's worth visiting Vietnam just for the food – that's how good it is. It's everything you know it to be: fresh, vibrant, colourful, full of flavour. And there is masses of it, EVERYWHERE, and it’s so darn cheap! . And you’ll find dishes all across Vietnam made using some approximation of this Lemongrass marinade. From the grilled pork chops on Broken Rice, the famous Saigon breakfast dish, the caramelised pork belly slices in Hanoi’s popular Bun Cha, meats stuffed inside varieties of Banh Mi and grilled fish fillets. . Mouth watering yet? Well, it’s going to get even worse for you on Wednesday when I FINALLY SHARE MY VIETNAM TRAVEL VIDEO!! 🙌🏻 🎥 . Truthfully, it’s been done a few weeks but I know all my friends in the States are currently in a turkey coma so I decided to let them have their Thanskgiving detox first 😂 . So until then, ENJOY THIS VIETNAMESE CHICKEN! Direct link is in my bio 👆🏻 recipe is on @goodfoodau website, not mine, because it’s a recipe I made for them. 😇 . #recipetineats#goodfoodau#vietnamesefood
As much as I hate to admit it, ice fishing season is almost here, if not here already here for some of you. #winterhater Here’s a recipe that my mom passed down to me. Jalapeño fish poppers is a dish that Vietnamese families actually make at home on busy weeknights. (No, we don’t eat pho everyday.) I like to use this recipe for smaller and/or bony fish. Grind the mixture finely, and it’s a good recipe for carp, musky or pike as well. The paste is then spread into jalapeño halves and then pan seared until golden and cooked through. They’re delicious dipped in sweet chili sauce as an appetizer. Recipe in bio. #fishtoeat#gamefish#fieldtofork#fieldtotable#meateater#fueledbynature#foodforhunters#jalapenopoppers#icefishing https://foodforhunters.blogspot.com/2019/12/vietnamese-fish-poppers.html
【SOMEWHERE IN VIETNAM】 My life in Saigon: what a time to be thankful for. 🇻🇳 The last three weeks in Vietnam had me trading in the standard turkey centerpiece for a bowl of noodles, sweating instead of shivering, and saying grace with friends from all corners of the world, bound together by a shared home in the city of Saigon. The word “remember” means to recall a past experience, but it also means to put back together. This visit to Vietnam was “remembering” my time as an expat — putting back together only the happy days of a life once lived. I’ll be sharing the highlights of my trip in the next few weeks, starting with my go-to eats! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ FOOD FINDS ↝ 🍜 Hủ tiếu (pronounced “heu-tee-ew”) is the Vietnamese riff off the Cambodian dish, kuy teav. Widely eaten in Saigon, the noodles are chewier and thinner than what you find in a bowl of pho, and unlike pho, the protein is different. You’ll find minced pork, seafood, and the occasional beef meatballs in this clear broth soup. In my hood on Tran Dinh Xu street in District 1, next to the Cau Kho cathedral, there is a roadside hu tieu stand where you can order the hu tieu “kho”-style, meaning dry or with soup on the side. My go-to order: “hu tieu bo vien kho” (bo vien = meatballs). You can eat the soup and noodles separately OR you can add broth to your noodles little by little to your liking. I came back and even after 2.5 years, the shop owners still remembered my order!!! Love my hood, love my Saigon. ❤️❤️❤️ 💵: 35k VND (~$1.50 USD) 📷: @so_theadventurebegins aka my favorite Vietnam guide 🛵 📍Streetside Hu Tieu stall, across from Poolisocks on 64 Tran Dinh Xu, District 1, Saigon, Vietnam #somewhereinsaigon#saigonfood#saigonese#saigonlife#foodysaigon#vietnamesefood#forkyeah#onthetable#girleatworld#saigonguide#travelblogger#foodblogger
We found some Nem Nuong Summer Rolls from the newly opened Pho Saigon Oi which aren’t comparable to Brodard, but we did enjoy them nonetheless! 🤔👍 Let us know what you think? . . . You can find Pho Saigon Oi in Springfield, VA.