At the 2019 World Travel Awards, Vietnam was named Asia's Best Travel Destination. The Vietnamese food, which has always been admired by travelers from all over the world, is not only delicious but also has an endless aftertaste, such as the most famous "Vietnamese Three Treasures": pho, French bread and Vietnamese coffee. In addition, each region of Vietnam has its own unique food characteristics. In addition to the above three treasures, there are also some famous Vietnamese delicacies that you must know. Let "Hello Vietnam" introduce you to it.
Paleo fried fish This is a dish that appeared in the 19th century and has a century-old history. In 2013, the American media MSNBC listed 10 must-eat Vietnamese photo background removing dishes, and the ancient method of fried fish was ranked fifth; in 2016, "CNN" even listed the ancient method of fried fish as the best in Vietnam. One of the delicacies. If there is one Vietnamese dish that can be easily made at home, it is the famous pan-fried fish in Hanoi. The ancient method of fried fish in Hanoi can be said to be closer to the ancient method of "fried fish". The pot is first filled with sufficient oil, and then a large amount of dill, green onions and fresh fish pieces are put in, and wait until the surface of the fish pieces. After frying until lightly browned and shimmering with an attractive golden light, it can be taken out and drizzled on fresh rice noodles, served with fish sauce and peanuts.
Behind the blue-green mottled wooden doors on the small streets of Hanoi, the strong aroma of the ancient fried fish will make you lost in it. The Western culture brought by the French has deeply influenced Vietnamese cuisine. Around the 1930s, French chefs used their ingenious craftsmanship to create a new dish: shrimp cakes. West Lake was originally the largest freshwater lake in Hanoi. The lake is rich in fish and shrimp, and the taste is also very delicious. West Lake Shrimp Cake is a combination of flour and West Lake Shrimp. After deep-frying, with lettuce, sweet and sour fish sauce and cold vegetables and fruits, this dish has a special flavor combining the East and the West.