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Taste of Vietnam

Traditional Vietnamese cooking is simple, but never boring, and is greatly admired for using fresh ingredients, minimal use of oil, and reliance on herbs and vegetables.

Mekong Delight

Learn how to make Vietnamese Shaking Beef, one of the iconic dishes from Vietnam and as classic as Spaghetti bolognese or shepherd’s pie in the West. Every household has its own way of seasoning and serving styles, but they all enjoy this mouthwatering dish. You will also learn how to cook crispy prawns using young green rice flakes. The third dish, however, could be the hero with its irresistible flavours of sweet, sour and salty…

• Vietnamese Shaking Beef “Bo Luc Lac” on top of watercress salad served with steamed Jasmine rice
• Crispy prawn coated with young green rice flakes with dipping sauce
• Vietnamese braised tomato Eggplant with lemongrass.

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Flavours of Vietnam

The Vietnamese traditional noodle soup “Pho” is the most popular street food in Vietnam. The restaurants and street vendors serve this noodle soup from morning until late. We will teach you how to make chicken noodle soup which has amazing flavours from different spices. And just for more you’ll be able to impress friends and family with Cha Ga pan-fried fish and spring rolls!

• ‘Phở Ga’ Vietnamese Chicken Noodle Soup
• ‘Cha Ga’ Pan fried fish with turmeric and dill
• ‘Cha Gio’ Vietnamese deep-fried spring rolls

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Hanoi Street Food

Food in Vietnam is almost everything, if not everything. What did you eat? How was it? Where? How much did you pay? All these are common subjects of local conversations. These 3 dishes are on the MUST-try menu in Vietnam. Gỏi Cuốn – fresh spring rolls / summer rolls are one of the most well known dishes from Vietnam and people all over the world have begun to become aware of this delicacy matched with hot and tangy flavored dipping sauce. Kaffir Lime Grilled chicken (“Ga Nuoung la Chanh”) creates an absolutely tummy-grumbling smell from oven while we wrap Vietnamese pagoda fried rice in lotus leaf for steaming.

• Prawn and Vermicelli Gỏi Cuốn (fresh spring rolls) with Vietnamese dipping sauce
• Kaffir Lime grilled Chicken served with Asian vegetable “Ga Nuoung la Chanh”
• Vietnamese Fried Rice wrapped in Lá Sen (lotus leaf)

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