“Bánh canh cua” or “Vietnamese crab udon soup” was one of my favorite soups of all time. It is savory with a delightful sweetness of the broth. Make my mouth watering every time I think of it, so let’s make it, shall we?
This post is dedicated to the flavors from my grandma’s kitchen!
In Vietnam, you can find these food carts everywhere, and most of the time, the food they served is much better than hi-end restaurants, with a much cheaper price. So, the next time you visit Vietnam, go out and try the street food from local vendors!
Part 2 of my food trip – vacation in my hometown: Ho Chi Minh City (or Saigon), Vietnam
Part 1 of my food trip – vacation in my hometown: Ho Chi Minh City (or Saigon), Vietnam.
Hoành thánh súp là một món khác mà mình muốn chia sẻ. Mình mê món này dữ lắm, ăn mỗi ngày cũng không ngán đâu. Từ lúc sang Mỹ mình không tìm được chỗ nào bán hoành thánh ngon được như mình nhớ, nên mình quyết định tự làm tại nhà. Thì ra bí quyết nằm ở nước lèo và phần nước con để cho mỗi tô hoành thánh có hương vị đồng đều.
Dumplings soup is another dish that I want to share. I love it so much that I could eat it everyday. Since I can’t find the flavor of my memory anywhere in the US, I decided to make it myself. The secret laid in the main broth and the “seasoning liquid” that makes every dumplings bowl have consistent taste and flavor.
One of my savory dishes of all time is Vietnamese-style crab soup. Just basic ingredients could also make it stand out. And it’s so simple that any of us can make it delicious to our own style. Then, why not making some soup for the cold days?