Gibbs Smith, 1.9.2009 - 224 sivua
With the help of the chef and author of Culinary Mexico, explore the tantalizing blend of the fresh, bright, sweet, and hot flavors of Vietnam.
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Peanuts are often used as a garnish. In the south, cosmopolitan Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) is the largest metropolitan area, and it is teeming with over six million residents. The south enjoys a warm and tropical climate ...
Used in sour soups and some stews, it is a real treat to have as a garnish for Pho. chives [ hoa hue ] The chives most commonly used in Vietnamese cooking are Chinese chives, fairly thin with a flower bud at the end.
It is served with the table garnishes for grilled meats and fish dishes. BeTel or PePPer leaF [ la lot ] This heart-shaped leaf from a plant in the pepper family requires heat to release its peppery aromatic flavors.
PeaNuTs [ lac or Dau Phong ] Usually roasted and chopped, peanuts appear in many dishes, often as a garnish. rice [ Gao ] Gao Thom, or long-grained jasmine rice, is the variety most often used in Vietnamese cooking.
3⁄4 cup vegetable oil Pinch of salt makes about 13⁄4 cups used to garnish many dishes and to flavor soups, noodles, vegetables, salads, rice, grilled and boiled meats, etc., this oil is a nice addition to the arsenal of flavors on the ...
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