Southeast Asian Food Trip: Food That You’ll Love in Vietnam

By on August 23, 2014

If there’s one thing that everyone seems to agree on when it comes to Vietnam, it’s that the food is phenomenal. The even better news is that local dishes are not that pricey and most are made using the freshest ingredients.

Ca Kho To

Ca Kho To is a slow cooked fish and is known for its unique caramelized taste. The cooking method is similar to braising and uses a thick clay pot to impart a unique flavor and help tenderize the meat.

Gỏi cuốn

Salad rolls or spring rolls are among the country’s healthiest dishes. The transparent rice wrappers are used to hold a variety of thinly sliced vegetables, herbs, and shrimp. Salad rolls are often served as appetizers and with a dipping sauce.

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