Vietnamese Food

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Vietnamese Food
2014-02-02 13:04:23
Vietnamese Food

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  1. Bún bò Huế
    Spicy beef noodle soup. Beef bones, fermented shrimp paste, lemongrass, and dried chilies give the broth its distinctive flavors. Often served with mint leaves, bean sprouts, and lime wedges. Pig's feet are also common ingredients at some restaurants
  2. Bún măng vịt
    Bamboo shoots and duck noodle soup.
  3. Bún Ốc
    Vermicelli with snails
  4. Bánh canh
    A thick tapioca/rice noodle soup with a simple broth, often includes pork, crab, chicken, shrimp, spring onions and fresh onions sprinkled on top
  5. Bún riêu
    A noodle soup made of thin rice noodles, topped with crab and shrimp paste, served in a tomato-based broth and garnished with bean sprouts, prawn paste, herb leaves, tamarind/lime, tofu, water spinach, and chunks of tomato
  6. Mì bò viên
    A Chinese-influenced egg noodle soup with beef meatballs and raw steak, with chives and roasted shallot
  7. Phở
    A noodle soup with a rich, clear broth made from a long boiling of meat and spices, its many varieties are made with different meats
  8. Phở satế
    Spicy noodle soup with thinly sliced rare beef steak, satế hot chili sauce, sliced cucumber, tomatoes, and peanut
  9. Mì vįt tiềm
    Yellow noodle soup with roasted duck and Chinese broccoli
  10. Hủ tiếu
    A noodle soup with many varied styles, including a 'dry' (not soup but with sauce) version
  11. Súp măng cua
    Asparagus and crab soup typically served as the first dish at banquets
  12. Lẩu
    A spicy variation of the Vietnamese sour soup with assorted vegetables, meats, seafood, and spicy herbs
  13. Cháo
    A variation of congee, it uses a variety of different broths and meats, including duck, offal, fish, etc. When chicken is used, it is called cháo gà
  14. Cháo lòng
    Rice porridge with pork intestine, liver, gizzard, heart, and kidney
  15. Bò kho
    Beef stew with carrots, usually served with toasted bread or rice noodles
  16. Nhúng dấm
    Fire pot with a combination of sliced rare beef and seafood cooked in sour broth, served with thin rice vermicelli noodles, fresh vegetables, rice spring roll wrapper, and dipping sauce
  17. Canh chua
    Vietnamese sour soup – typically includes fish, pineapples, tomatoes, herbs, beansprouts, tamarind, and various kinds of vegetables
  18. Cơm chiên Dương Châu
    A Chinese fried rice dish, named after the Yangzhou region in China, it is a well-known dish in Vietnam.
  19. Cơm gà rau thơm
    chicken and rice with mint. This dish is rice cooked in chicken stock and topped with fried then shredded chicken, with mint and other herbs. The rice has a unique texture and taste that the fried mint garnish enhances. It is served with a special herb sauce on the side.
  20. Cơm hến
    Rice with clams – a popular, inexpensive dish in the city of Huế and its vicinity
  21. Cơm chiên cá mặn
    Fried rice with salty fermented fish and chopped snow pea and chicken
  22. Cá/thịt kho
    A traditional family dish of fish or pork cooked in clay pot and served with sweet and sour soup (canh chua)
  23. Gà xào gừng
    Chicken sauteed with ginger and fish sauce
  24. Bò lúc lắc
    Cubed beef sauteed with cucumber, tomatoes, onion, pepper, and soy sauce
  25. Rau muống xào tỏi
    Chinese broccoli sauteed with garlic and soy sauce
  26. Cơm tấm
    In general, grilled pork is mixed with bì (thinly shredded pork mixed with cooked and thinly shredded pork skin and fried ground rice) over com tam ("broken rice") and sweet and sour fish sauce. Other types of meat, prepared in various ways, may be served with the broken rice. One can have barbecued beef, pork, or chicken served with the broken rice. The rice and meat are served with various greens and pickled vegetables, along with a prawn paste cake (chả tôm), steamed egg (trứng hấp) and grilled prawns.
  27. Bánh chưng/Bánh tét
    Sticky rice wrapped in banana leaves and stuffed with mung bean paste, lean pork and black pepper.
  28. Xôi
    Sticky rice with coconut milk, cooked the same way as one cooks rice, or steamed for a firmer texture and more flavorful taste, in a number of varieties
  29. Bánh bao
    A steamed bun dumpling that can be stuffed with onion, mushrooms, or vegetables. Typical stuffings include slices of marinated barbecued pork from Chinese cooking, tiny boiled quail eggs, and pork.
  30. Bánh bèo
    A central Vietnamese dish, it consists of tiny, round, rice flour pancakes, each served in a similarly shaped dish. They are topped with minced shrimp and other ingredients, such as chives, fried shallots, and pork rinds, eaten with nước chấm.
  31. Bánh bột chiên
    Fried rice flour cake. A Chinese-influenced pastry, it exists in many versions all over Asia; the Vietnamese version features a special tangy soy sauce on the side, rice flour cubes with fried eggs (either duck or chicken), and some vegetables
  32. Bánh bột lọc
    A Huế food, it consists of tiny rice dumplings made in a clear rice-flour batter, often in a small, flattish, tube shape, stuffed with shrimp and ground pork. It is wrapped and cooked inside a banana leaf, served often as Vietnamese hors d'œuvres at more casual buffet-type parties.
  33. Bánh xèo
    A flat pan-fried cake made of rice flour with turmeric, shrimp with shells on, slivers of fatty pork, sliced onions, and sometimes button mushrooms, fried in oil, usually coconut oil
  34. Bánh cuốn
    Rice flour rolls stuffed with ground pork, prawns, and wood ear mushroom, they are eaten in a variety of ways with many side dishes, including chả(sausage).
  35. Bì cuốn
    Rice paper rolls with the bì mixture of thinly shredded pork and thinly shredded pork skin tossed with powdered toasted rice, among other ingredients, along with salad; it is similar to summer rolls.
  36. Bò bía
    Stir-fried jicama and carrots are mixed with Chinese sausage and shredded scrambled eggs, all wrapped with vermicelli noodle in a rice paper roll, dipped into a spicy peanut sauce
  37. Chả giò/nem rán
    A kind of spring roll, it is deep-fried flour rolls filled with pork, yam, crab, shrimp, rice vermicelli, mushrooms ("wood ear") and other ingredients
  38. Gỏi cuốn
    Also known as Vietnamese fresh rolls, salad rolls, or summer rolls, they are rice-paper rolls that often include shrimp, herbs, pork, rice vermicelli, and other ingredients wrapped up and dipped in nước chấm or peanut sauce
  39. Bánh mì kẹp thịt
    Vietnamese baguette or French bread is traditionally filled with pâté, Vietnamese mayonnaise, cold cuts, jalapeños, pickled daikon, pickled carrot, andcucumber slices. While traditional cold cuts include ham, head cheese, and Vietnamese bologna, varieties of stuffing such as eggs, canned sardines, shredded pork, fried tofu, and grilled meats are common. Sandwiches are often garnished with coriander leaves and black pepper.
  40. Bánh Pâté chaud
    A French-inspired meat-filled pastry, it is characterized by flaky crust and either pork or chicken as the filling.
  41. Bò kho/bò sốt vang
    A beef and vegetable stew, it is often cooked with warm, spicy herbs and served very hot with French baguettes for dipping
  42. Bò lá lốt
    A dish of spiced beef rolled in a pepper leaf (lá lốt) and grilled
  43. Bò lúc lắc
    French-influenced dish of beef cut into cubes and marinated, served over greens (usually watercress), and sautéed onions and tomatoes, eaten with rice
  44. Bò 7 món
    Multi-course meal consisting of seven beef dishes
  45. Cá 7 món
    Similar course arrangement as Bò 7 món substituting beef with fish. Less popular than the original variant.
  46. Chả lụa/chả chiên
    A sausage made with ground lean pork and potato starch, it is also available fried; known as chả chiên
  47. chả
  48. đậu hũ
  49. Gà nướng sả
    Grilled chicken with lemon grass(sả), lemongrass grilled beef and other meats are also popular variations.
  50. Nem nướng
    Grilled meatballs, usually made of seasoned pork, thy are often colored reddish with food coloring and with a distinct taste, grilled on skewers likekebabs.
  51. Nem nguội
    A Huế dish and a variation of the Nem nướng meatballs, these also come from central Vietnam. They are chilled, small and rectangular in shape, and stuffed with vermicelli. The reddish meat is covered with peppers and typically a chili pepper. Very spicy, they are eaten almost exclusively as a cocktail snack.
  52. Cá cuốn ho
    A roll with fish and spring onions
  53. Cá kho tộ
    Caramelized fish in clay pot
  54. Chạo tôm
    Prawn paste/cake on sugarcane
  55. Gỏi đu đủ
    Vietnamese papaya salad typically with shredded papaya, herbs, various meats such as shrimp, slices of pork, liver, or jerky, herbs, and with a more vinegar-based rendition of nước chấm
  56. Gỏi Huế rau muống
    A salad dish originating from Huế (Central Vietnam), including water spinach (rau muống)
  57. Gỏi ngó sen
    Lotus stem salad, with shrimp and pork or chicken
  58. Gỏi đậu hủ
    Tofu salad with shredded cabbage, mint, and soy dressing
  59. Gỏi nhệch
    Rice paddy eel salad with shredded vegetables
  60. Gỏi sứa
    Jellyfish salad with carrot, cucumber, and sesame dressing
  61. Gỏi chân vįt
    Duck feet salad with shredded cabbage and sweet and sour fish sauce
  62. Bò tái chanh
    Shredded salad with thinly sliced rare beef, fresh lemon, onion, fried onions, and fish sauce
  63. Gỏi gà
    Chicken and cabbage salad
  64. Gỏi mit
    Young jackfruit salad with peanuts, mint, and fish sauce
  65. Mắm
    fermented fish or shrimp
  66. Dưa muối
    pickled vegetable dish
  67. Chè
    A sweet dessert beverage or pudding, it is usually made from beans and sticky rice. Many varieties of chè are available, each with different fruits, beans, and other ingredients
  68. Rau câu
    This popular gelatin dessert cake is made with agar and flavored with coconut milk, pandan or other flavors. Because the gelatin is firm in texture compared to American gelatin, Vietnamese gelatin can be layered and shaped into intricate cakes. The gelatin is often called sương sa.
  69. Chuối chiên
    Banana deep-fried in a batter, often served hot with cold ice cream, usually vanilla or coconut
  70. Bánh flan
    Influenced by French cuisine and served with caramel or coffee sauce
  71. Sinh tố
    A fruit smoothie made with just a few teaspoons of sweetened condensed milk, crushed ice and fresh, local fruits
  72. Sữa chua
    Local variant of yogurt
  73. Bia hơi
    A Vietnamese specialty draft beer produced locally in small batches
  74. Cà phê sữa đá
    Strong iced coffee, most often served with sweetened condensed milk at the bottom of the cup to be stirred in, is very popular among the Vietnamese.
  75. Nước mía
    Sugar cane juice extracted from squeezing sugar cane plant, served with ice
  76. Rau má
    Pennywort juice made from blending fresh pennywort leaves with water and sugar until dissolved is a near-transparent green color and served over ice.
  77. Sữa đậu nành
    A soybean drink served either hot or cold, sweetened or unsweetened
  78. Rượu đế
    A distilled liquor made of rice
  79. Trà đá
    A kind of iced tea popular for its cheap price, it has a faint lime-yellow color and usually does not have much taste.
  80. Trà đá chanh
    Lemon iced tea
  81. Chanh muối
    Sweet and sour salty lemon drink
  82. Soda xí muội
    Sweet and salty plum soda
  83. Soda hột gà
    Egg soda
  84. Sinh tố
    Vietnamese fruit smoothie with green bean, red bean, avocado, pineapple, strawberry, jackfruit, durian, sapota, or mango with sweet condensed milk
  85. Nước sắn dây hoa bưởi
    Made of kudzu and pomelo flower extract