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Must-try dishes from Vietnam that will leave your taste buds begging for more!

Must-try dishes from Vietnam that will leave your taste buds begging for more!

We all know that Vietnamese food has some of the most delectable and delicious dishes in the world, but which dishes stand out above the rest? If you’re planning on travelling to Vietnam or live in Vietnam, here are 10 must-try Vietnamese dishes you cannot miss!

Pho
So what does this dish have to do with Vietnamese food? Well, pho is the most internationally recognized Vietnamese dish outside of the country. It’s hard to imagine Vietnam without pho these days.

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Banh Mi
This sandwich is common in Vietnamese cuisine and consists of a baguette with some sort of meat or pâté, topped with pickled carrots and daikon, cucumbers, cilantro, mayonnaise and chilli sauce. The most popular type of banh mi is the Bánh Mì Chay which is a vegetarian version made with tofu. Banh Mi is usually eaten as breakfast food but can be eaten at any time of day.

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Goi Cuon
The goi cuon is a dish consisting of fresh rice paper rolls served with various fillings. The roll itself can either be fried or served fresh and eaten with a dipping sauce. Fillings usually consist of pork and shrimp, but grilled beef, chicken or tofu are also common. To make the dish, lay out one sheet of rice paper in front of you. Pour water onto it until you have a wet surface to work on.

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Bun Bo Hue
Bun Bo Hue is a specialty of the city of Hue, in central Vietnam. It consists of a spicy beef broth, noodles, sliced pork hock or ham and other herbs. The soup includes lemongrass, tamarind juice, shrimp paste and chili peppers. Bun Bo Hue is typically served with an assortment of condiments on the side including mint leaves, fresh bean sprouts, lime wedges, sliced banana flowers and chiles.

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Cao Lau
The dish originated in Ho Chi Minh City in 1968 by a street vendor who was looking to sell food to the American soldiers who were stationed there at the time. It has since been adopted into the mainstream cuisine of Vietnam.

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Nem Ran/Cha Gio
Nem Ran or Cha Gio are Vietnamese egg rolls with a savory filling. They are dipped in a thick and sweet sauce before being eaten. These rolls are usually filled with ground pork, shrimp, rice noodles, cilantro and carrots. Nem Ran is typically served as an appetizer while Cha Gio is often eaten as a main course.

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Sticky Rice
Bánh ́ chưng is a type of sticky rice cake with a sweet filling made of coconut milk, sugar, and pandan leaves. The filling can also include other ingredients such as sesame seeds, chestnuts, and mung beans. It is typically wrapped in banana leaf and either steamed or grilled. The dish is very popular in Northern Vietnam where it is often eaten at celebrations or ceremonies.

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Che
Hu Tieu Hanoi Style Noodle Soup: This dish is a noodle soup with either pork or chicken and a mixture of vegetables like bamboo shoots, cabbage, and carrots. The broth is made with fish sauce, rice vinegar, sugar and chilies. One of the key ingredients in this dish is the crispy fried noodles which are tossed on top to add texture to the dish.

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Fruit

  1. Dried mangoes. Dried mangoes are a popular snack in Vietnam, and for good reason—they’re delicious! The most common way to eat them is by dipping the dried fruit in salt or sugar. They come in a variety of colors, sizes, and shapes.
  2. Durian fruit. Known as the king of fruits in Southeast Asia, durian has been described as smelling like onions with overtones of turpentine.
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