A trip to Vietnam will become more meaningful and memorable than ever by trying its fine and delicious cuisine with a wide range of dishes in different regions and in fact, enjoying specialties are indeed a good way to enjoy your life.
It will be so interesting to learn more about the culinary uniqueness, local life and culture of each region. So, are you ready to explore this beautiful S-shaped country? Let’s start with some best specialties in the North of Vietnam.
Green Sticky Rice (Cốm Vòng) in Hanoi
“Cốm” is indeed a specialty in Hanoi. And the most reliable address for you to enjoy the best green sticky rice is in Vong village located on the outskirts of the capital city. Slowly chewing green sticky rice is what you should do to feel its subtle scents, softness and tastes.
Lang Vong green sticky rice is one of most delicious specialties in Hanoi, fragrance of green rice and lotus leaves and sweetness of young rice.
Goat Meat in Ninh Binh
Unlike goats in other areas, Ninh Binh goats likely grow on rock mountains. That’s why their meat is tougher, much more delicious and exotic than the ones raised on hills.
Tourists can enjoy these goat dishes: undercooked goat meat with lemonade, goat blood pudding, goat hot pot, grilled goat, goat porridge, stir-fried goat…The undercooked goat meat with lemonade is the most favorite cuisine.
Green Bean Cake in Hai Duong
Green Bean Cakes have been famous for over a century, and are closely associated with a story about Bao Dai – Vietnam’s last emperor. A very soft and tasty flavor just melt in your mouth after you enjoy it!
Also named Bánh Đậu Xanh Hải Dương, “green bean cake” is a sweet rectangular cake whose ingredients include green bean, pork fat, sugar, and grapefruit oil.
Fermented Pork in Thanh Hoa
The best fermented pork in Thanh Hoa is widely famous across the country, thanks to its delicious taste and unforgettable flavor.
To make this Traditional Vietnamese Food, the main ingredient is pork thigh. It is made from minced pork, sliced pigskin and a mixture of seasoning and garlic. These contents are mixed thoroughly before being wrapped with aromatic, fresh leaves (usually in banana leaves) into small, boxy rolls before being stored for natural fermentation process for three to five days in a cool place before eating.
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