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Cha Ca is one of Vietnamese famous food

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Cha Ca Vietnam

The reputation of this dish is such that one Ha Noi Street had its name changed to Cha Ca Street about 100 years ago, at the time, some might say, that the Hanoi grilled chopped fish originated.

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Cha Ca Vietnam

Once you are seated at the table, the waiter places the ingredients before you. First, there is sour shrimp paste sprinkled with lemon juice and beaten to a white froth.

Nem Ran or Cha Gio is one of Vietnamese famous food

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Nem Ran Vietnam

Nem ran (called cha gio in the south) existed much before cha ca (grilled chopped fish). Nem ran is a much appreciated speciality, although it is very easy to prepare.

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Cha Gio

The stuffing of the nem ran is comprised of finely chopped lean meat, sea crabs or young shrimp, scented mushrooms, dried onions, Yam beans, duck eggs, pepper, spiced salt, etc.

Gio Lua/ Silky lean meat paste is one of Vietnamese famous food

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Gio Lua Vietnam

By itself, the name “silky bean meat paste” evokes thoughts of the silky aspect of this speciality. Go lua is made with lean pig meat, which is pounded with a pestle until it becomes a sticky paste.

Banh Chung, Banh Day is one of Vietnamese famous food
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Banh Chung Vietnam

According to legend, King Hung wanted to choose one son to succeed the throne. He called all his sons to come to him, and said that whoever could bring him the most previous offering the altar of the ancestors, so showing all their pious feelings for him, would be given the throne..

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Banh Day

All of the princes traveled throughout the country in search of the tastiest and most exotic foods to offer their father, except Lang Lieu, the 18th prince, who thought it over but had no idea where to begin looking.

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