Banh beo | Steamed rice flour cakes with shrimps

This dish is eaten lukewarm and cold. You can heat up the rice flour cookies in the microwave before you serve and garnish the dish. Ingredients BatterMakes about 16 rice flour cakes. ½ cup rice flour 1½ teaspoon cornstarch ¼ teaspoon salt 1 cup lukewarm water ¼ teaspoon oil Toppings […]

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Bun nem ran (foto: Kim Le Cao © Pho Vietnam)

Cha gio & Nem ran | Fried spring rolls of rice paper

Preparing fresh crab is an uphill struggle. But it’s so incredibly delicious, so I can’t stop myself. For this recipe, I went out of my mind and I bought 1.2 kilograms of crab claws. Which I combine with a little shrimp. But choose your own ingredients, amounts and proportions. Minced […]

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Ban chai hap xa (foto: Pho Vietnam © Kim Le Cao)

Ban chai hap xa | Steamed langoustines with lemongrass

Ingredients fresh langoustines without heads and claws water 1 stalk lemongrass, bruised and cut in big chunks Muoi tieu: mixture of lemon juice, salt and pepper (optional) Preparation Sprinkle some salt over the langoustines and rinse with water. Brush the langoustines carefully. Cook the langoustines in a saucepan with a […]

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Bo tai chanh (foto: Pho Vietnam © Kim Le Cao)

Bo tai chanh | Carpaccio in lemon

Ingredients 250 g tender beef, like round steak and roast beef 100 ml lemon juice (= about 4 lemons) 1 tbsp fish sauce 2 tsp sugar basic fish dipping sauce Nuoc cham fresh herbs to taste: coriander, mint, Thai basil, etc. 1 small red onion, thinly sliced red chili, thinly […]

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Banh cuon cha Hue (foto: Pho Vietnam © Kim Le Cao)

Banh cuon cha Hue | Rice ravioli with Hue sausages

IngredientsTo create your own Banh cuon ravioli is quite a job. You can also buy ready-to-eat ravioli at Asian specialty stores. Cold ravioli can be warmed for about 1 minute in the microwave. Instead of stuffed ravioli, for your convenience use dried rice flakes that are sold in packages like […]

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Che chuoi (foto: Pho Vietnam © Kim Le Cao)

Che chuoi | Coconut tapioca soup with bananas

Ingredients (4 portions)For change, put a scoop of vanilla ice cream with Che chuoi. Vanilla ice cream, warm coconut milk and a hard crust caramel banana is a true taste sensation. 700 ml water 50 g small tapioca pearls (more or less for a thicker or watery substance) 60 ml […]

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So nuong mo hanh (foto: Pho Vietnam © Kim Le Cao)

So nuong mo hanh | Grilled mussels

Ingredients 30 mussels (approximately 600 g) full-cream butter 1 tbsp tamarind paste from block (to make tamarind juice) 1 tbsp oil 1 garlic clove, finely chopped 1 piece fresh ginger (about 1 cm to taste), minced 3 tbsp oyster sauce 1 tbsp Sriracha chili sauce 1 tsp sugar Garnish spring […]

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Tom huu (foto: Pho Vietnam © Kim Le Cao)

Tom huu | Shrimp pork belly herbs bundles

Ingredients 100 g pork belly 12 tiger prawns, peeled 1 small green mango 6 green leaves of spring onion, halved lengthwise fresh herbs to taste: mint, coriander, Thai basil, perilla, etc. little salt, pepper, sugar, fish sauce Fish sauce vinaigretteYou can also use the basic fish sauce dipping. Put extra […]

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