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Transcript of Vietnamese Food
Thinly sliced meet
Bag of spices used to make pho,you can find them at your local asian super market
Noodles used to make pho there are different sizes depending on your preference
Vegetables and herbs
Condiments to make it more spicy or sweet, this also acts as a great dipping sauce for the meat
These are the classic ingredients to make pho. Each family has there on preference but if you are a starter these are the ingredients you need. Banh Canh is another vietnamese soup recipe. Most traditional foods in Vietnam is water based. Banh canh includes a series of shrimp or pork and other additional ingredients according to you family's taste. The special part of banh canh is the noodles it can be hand made using flour its very sticky sometimes. Egg rolls are pretty easy to make the hardest part is making the center and wrapping it. The ingredients needed to make egg rolls are..........
1 lb ground meat – pork
½ pound peeled shrimp
1 cup of lump crab meat
3 chopped garlic cloves
1 carrot, peeled and shredded
¼ cabbage, shredded
1 medium size jicama shredded
2 ounce dried vermicelli noodles
1 ounce dried black fungus/cloud ear mushrooms
2-3 large eggs
Ground black pepper
2-3 tbsp of fish sauce (depending on taste)
2 tbsp oyster sauce (optional)
Egg roll wrappers – 12 oz package (30-50 rice paper sheets, 10 inch diameter)
Frying oil – vegetable, corn, canola, peanut
After you are done making the center you wrap it then you fry it until its crispy. Easy huh? These are just some of the simple and traditional Vietnamese foods. Each of them take about 2 hours to make but the end result taste very good. I recommend you go try the Vietnamese beef noodles (pho) it is one of my favorite Vietnamese dishes. INFORMATION FROM:
http://www.phofever.com/ingredients.php Do you want to...... Do you want to know more about certain Vietnamese foods and learn how to make them? Well here is your chance this presentation has helpful videos and step by step instructions on how to make some of the traditional Vietnamese dishes.