Vietnam Cuisine Introduction

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Vietnam Cuisine Introduction


Vietnam Cuisine is calling for food processing methods, the principle of mixed spicesand general eating habits of Vietnamese people in the country of Vietnam. But almostmore or less difference, cuisine Vietnam has contained the most general sense to refer to all of the dishes popular in the community of ethnic minorities but is relatively commonin the community Vietnam.
While there are features of each region, cuisine Vietnam has different characteristics in each region, although in each region of the sub-regional cuisine also shows various features.
Northern Cuisine 
Northern cuisine is often not bold and spicy, fatty, sweet with other regions, mainly use diluted fish sauce, shrimp sauce. Use more vegetables and other fresh seafood readily available such as shrimp, crab, fish, clams, mussels, etc. and generally, by ancient tradition with poor agriculture, food and beverage North less prevalent before the main dish with raw meat, fish. Many people appreciate a cuisine in Hanoi, said that it represents the essence of the typical cuisine of North Vietnam with the pho, bun thang, bun cha, gift items such as cereal Round, Bar-rolls maintenance etc. and special spices such as tomato stem oil, vegetables and basil Lang.

Southern Cuisine 
Southern cuisine, is influenced much of Chinese food, Cambodia, Thailand, is characterized in more often or use sugar and coconut milk (the juice of the coconut water and creep). Culinary background also produces numerous types of dried salted fish (such as colorful fish sauce, fish sauce out of school, three aspects sauce, etc.).Southern cuisine is also used more seafood than the salt water and brackish North (fish, shrimp, crabs, sea snails), and very special to dishes of Wildlife, the characteristics of a time to open the realms , while now many have become specialties: coconut water voles respects, flying fox steamed tofu, porridge land cobra green beans, coconut sugar, sugar or sugar scrub land is, cramps chong, barely grilled snakehead fish etc.

Central Cuisine
Central food with all its unique characteristics expressed by distinct flavors, spicy and salty food more than food north and south, the colors blending rich, vibrant, natural color on red and brown. The central cities of Hue, Da Nang, Binh Dinh is famous for shrimp sauce and sour sauce and assorted procession. In particular, Hue cuisine influenced by the cuisine from the royal family, so very picky in the processing and presentation. On the other hand, there is not much locally produced food supplies, which again requires royal bulk food, every kind of materials are processed is very diverse with many different dishes.

Cuisine of the ethnic minorities in Vietnam 
With 54 ethnic groups living in various geographic regions across diverse national, ethnic food of every ethnic community in Vietnam have a distinct identity. Many of these items are less known in other ethnic groups, such as pork dishes live mix of ethnic non phèo Highlands. However, many dishes have become national specialty in Vietnam and is widely known as the South dropout sauce, egg rolls (Cao Bang, Lang Son), bread line Coong (Tay ethnic group), suckling pigs and duck hooks secret password humiliation Lang Son, and sour noodle soup, congee bee larvae, sparkling city also, trying to win, the baking dish of Thai glutinous sticky rice, meat and sour Thanh Son, Phu Tho, etc.
I will discuss in turn the food of each region in Vietnam, thank you for your interest !

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    MilwFoodlovers
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    Re:Vietnam Cuisine Introduction 2011/09/14 21:46:01 (permalink)
    Cảm ơn bạn. Roadfood.Tôi đang sử dụng Google dịch.Bạn có làm như vậy?
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    Re:Vietnam Cuisine Introduction 2011/09/14 21:49:03 (permalink)
    I said.
    Welcome to Roadfood. Did you use Google translate as I did?
     
    I love Vietnamese food so I'm happy to learn about the different regions.
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    Re:Vietnam Cuisine Introduction 2011/09/14 22:26:21 (permalink)
    I don't know much about the food, but I have a Vietnamese friend here in town who's always sending delicious dishes over for me to try.  I've really enjoyed just about everything I've tasted so far.
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    Re:Vietnam Cuisine Introduction 2011/09/14 23:37:26 (permalink)
    In Dallas we're very lucky to have a large population of Vietnamese ex-pats along with a proliferation of excellent Vietnamese restaurants.
    I've become totally addicted to Vietnamese food ever since my first Banh Mi sandwich and my first bowl of Pho with beef tendon.
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    Re:Vietnam Cuisine Introduction 2011/09/15 00:13:08 (permalink)
    I love the Vietnamese foods I've eaten thus far.  I won't order tripe or tendon in anything!
     
    Friday I'm going to wander about a large Vietnamese frocery store in Westminster, California which is also has the moniker...  Little Vietnam.
     
    It will be nice to know what I'm looking at on trip following that one.
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    Re:Vietnam Cuisine Introduction 2011/09/15 06:58:38 (permalink)
    "The Simpsons: Team Homer (#7.12)" (1996)
    Principal Skinner: The year was 1968. We were on recon in a steaming Mekong delta...  .....our momentary lapse of concentration allowed "Charlie" to get the drop on us. I spent the next three years in a POW camp, forced to subsist on a thin stew made of fish, vegetables, prawns, coconut milk, and four kinds of rice. I came close to madness trying to find it here in the States, but they just can't get the spices right!
     
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    Re:Vietnam Cuisine Introduction 2011/09/15 07:06:12 (permalink)
    mar52....
     
    I had my first introduction to Bahn mihn sandwiches in Westminster too.  It was over a decade ago when there was a major protest by the ex-pats over a video store where the owner put up a Ho Chi Mihn poster. Made all sorts of news. During the protest, there was a man pushing a shopping cart full of sandwiches and giving them out to everybody. Fun times....
     
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    Re:Vietnam Cuisine Introduction 2011/09/15 07:41:45 (permalink)
    === duck hooks secret password humiliation Lang Son, and sour noodle soup, congee bee larvae, sparkling city also, trying to win, the baking dish of Thai glutinous sticky rice, meat and sour Thanh Son, Phu Tho, etc. ===
     
    We were doing so well until the last paragraph...
     
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    Re:Vietnam Cuisine Introduction 2011/09/15 09:45:30 (permalink)
    MilwFoodlovers

    I said.
    Welcome to Roadfood. Did you use Google translate as I did?
    I love Vietnamese food so I'm happy to learn about the different regions.

    Vietnam Cuisine Introduction" from English Wikipedia(

    you read my post, you will find very funny, but you can still understand and can follow!.
    of course. I use Google Translate and GoldenDict (a free dictionary and very good) to support me!, I'm not good at English!

    example:
    Chả Lụa: Google translated is Cha Lua, pork bologna.
    I do not understand, I see ingredients and how it's like sausage, Chả Lụa contains less powder is better than the sausage.so I translated as Pork Sausage ( a very large piece of sausage!, (^_^)
    I just do over 100 foods of over 1000 traditional foods of Vietnam.
    I'm not in America, I do not know how they translate, I wish to your support.
    thanks all!
    post edited by cuisineviet - 2011/09/15 09:49:02
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    Re:Vietnam Cuisine Introduction 2011/09/15 13:21:02 (permalink)
    cuisineviet--great info-LOVE the food--introduced to it years ago in California. Would you be so kind as to share ! or 2 of those recipes--especially some for what we would call "streetfoods"? had some in California-but they are impossible to find here in Oklahoma
     
     
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    Re:Vietnam Cuisine Introduction 2011/09/15 18:00:20 (permalink)
    I am curious how this post was allowed to be flagged as spam. No specific restaurant was mentioned and some good information was being passed along to us. I am sick of people discouraging new posters in this way.
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    Re:Vietnam Cuisine Introduction 2011/09/15 18:19:40 (permalink)
    Someone flagged this OP's first (and only) post as, SPAM. I do not consider this posting SPAM! I think it was one (Vietnamese) persons way of educating us to the many varied types of Vietnamese food now becoming very popular in the USA where there are large enough Vietnamese populations able to support Vietnamese restaurants. And, I thank them for it. As I said above, I have become addicted to Vietnamese food since my introduction to it about five years ago. And, in some of the Vietnamese restaurants I enjoy, I am sometimes, the only American in a restaurant crowded with Vietnamese people of all ages.
    post edited by Twinwillow - 2011/09/15 19:50:42
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    Re:Vietnam Cuisine Introduction 2011/09/15 18:22:25 (permalink)
    wookman8

    I am curious how this post was allowed to be flagged as spam. No specific restaurant was mentioned and some good information was being passed along to us. I am sick of people discouraging new posters in this way.

     
    I totally agree! Please see my own post regarding the flagging of spam on this particular thread.
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    Re:Vietnam Cuisine Introduction 2011/09/15 18:40:30 (permalink)
    I agree, the poster did not deserve a spam label.   We have a great Vietnamese restaurant here, too, and I've found the food extraordinarily delicious.
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