Tet or Lunar New Year is the most important holiday of Vietnamese. Besides Banh Chung, Mut also is indispensable food in Tet. In this article, we will introduce to you 3 most famous kinds of Mut in Vietnam, they are: Mut dua, Mut quat and Mut me.
Suong Sa Hat Luu is kind of sweet dessert in Hanoi and Vietnam that many people love to eat.
Hanh Muoi (Pickled Onions) is one of the indispensable dishes served in Tet Holiday of Vietnam.
Traditional meal are definitely served in Tet holiday. A traditional Tet meal is not meant just for families, neighbors and guests but is also a tribute to ancestors and the departed. As such, a New Year meal incorporates both foods for sacrifice and foods for the stomach.
There are many kinds of Che you can taste in Hanoi such as che do den (black turtle bean); che do xanh (mung bean); che dau do (red kidney bean); che khoai mon (taro); che com (young green rice); che sen (lotus seed) or che thap cam (mixed all).
“Xoi”; or “glutinous rice”, “sweet rice”, “sticky rice” in English; can be found in many Asian dishes, especially in the South East Asia areas. “Xoi” also is one of the most popular Vietnamese “fast food”.
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