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To EAT list – Vietnamese 100

Ahh.. so lazy and bored.

I stumbled upon Wandering Chopsticks blog in hopes of finding some dessert recipes to make a home, as you do. As it happens, theres a “Vietnamese 100 Foods to Try list, as follows:

1. Banh Bao| 2. Banh Beo (Rice Flour Discs with Dried Shrimp) | 3. Banh Bot Loc/Banh Quai Vac (Dumplings with Pork and Shrimp or just Shrimp) | 4. Banh Canh Cua (Udon-like Noodles with Crab) | 5. Banh Chung/Banh Tet (Lunar New Year Sticky Rice Cakes) | 6. Banh Cuon (Rice Noodle Rolls) | 7. Banh Gio (Steamed Triangular Rice Dumplings) | 8. Banh Hoi (Rice Vermicelli Sheets) | 9. Banh It Tran (Round Rice Dumplings with Pork, Shrimp, and Mung Beans) | 10. Banh It La Gai (Nettle Leaf Dumplings) | 11. Banh Khot/Banh Cang (Mini Savory Pancakes) | 12. Banh La/Banh Nam (Steamed Flat Rice Dumplings with Pork and Shrimp) | 13. Banh Mi Hot Ga Op La (French Bread with Sunnyside-Up Eggs) | 14. Banh Mi (Sandwiches) | 15. Banh Pa Te So (Pate Chaud) | 16. Banh Tieu (Fry Bread) | 17. Banh Tom (Shrimp and Yam Fritters) | 18. Banh Trang (Rice Paper) Bonus points for eating soaked, no-soak, and toasted varieties. | 19. Banh Uot (“Wet” Rice Noodle Sheets) | 20. Banh Xeo (Sizzling Crepes) Bonus points if you’ve eaten both the palm-sized Central-style ones, and the wok-sized Southern-style ones with turmeric and coconut milk. |
21. Be Thui (Beef with Roasted Rice Powder and Fermented Bean Curd)
22. Bo Bia (Spring Rolls with Chinese Sausage, Dried Shrimp, and Jicama) | 23. Bo Kho (Beef Stew) | 24. Bo Luc Lac (Shaking Beef) |
25. Bo Ne (“Stand Back” Steak and Eggs)
26. Bo Nhung Dam (Beef Dipped in Vinegar) |
27. Bo Nuong La Lot (Grilled Beef with Wild Betel Leaves)
28. Bo Tai Chanh (Beef Carpaccio with Lemon) |
29. Bo Xao voi Khoai Tay Chien (Beef Stir-fry with French Fries)
30. Bo Xao Xa (Beef Sauteed with Lemongrass) | 31. Bun Bo Hue (Hue-Style Beef Noodle Soup) |
32. Bun Cha Hanoi (Hanoi-Style Rice Vermicelli with Grilled Pork Patties)
33. Bun Nuoc Leo Soc Trang (Soc Trang-Style Noodle Soup with Fish, Pork, and Shrimp) Bonus points for its more pungent cousin Bun Mam (Noodle Soup with Fermented Fish Broth) | 34. Bun Rieu (Vermicelli Rice Noodle Soup with Crab Paste) | 35. Bun Thit Heo Nuong (Rice Vermicelli with Grilled Pork) |
36. Ca Bong Lau Nuong voi Mo Hanh (Roasted Catfish with Scallion Oil)
37. Ca Kho To (Braised Catfish in a Claypot) | 38. Ca Phe Sua Da Phin (Iced Drip Coffee with Milk) | 39. Canh Bi/Bau Nhoi Thit (Pork-Stuffed Winter Melon Soup) | 40. Canh Chua Ca (Sour Fish Soup) | 41. Ca Ri Ga (Chicken Curry) |
42. Cao Lau (Noodle Soup with Pork from Hoi An)
43. Cha Ca Thang Long (Hanoi-Style Fish with Dill and Turmeric)

44. Cha Gio | 45. Cha Lua (Steamed Pork Loaf) | 46. Chanh Muoi (Salty Lemonade) | 47. Chao Tom (Grilled Shrimp Paste Wrapped Around Sugarcane) | 48. Che Bap (Corn and Tapioca Pudding with Coconut Milk), Che Chuoi (Banana Tapioca Pudding) and Che Ba Mau (Three Color Pudding). | 49. Che Sam Bo Luong (Dessert Soup with Dried Dates, Dried Longans, Lotus Seeds, and Seaweed) | 50. Che Troi Nuoc (Dough Balls in Ginger Syrup) | 51. Chuoi Chien (Fried Bananas) | 52. Chuot Dong (Southern Field Rats) <== no THANKS! | 53. Com Ga Hai Nam (Hainanese Chicken Rice) must be eaten with #82.
54. Com Hen (Clam Rice)
55. Com Lam (Sticky Rice Steamed in Bamboo)

56. Com Tam (Broken Rice) |
57. Com Ruou (Fermented Rice Wine)
58. Cua Rang Muoi Tieu (Salt and Pepper Crab) | 59. Dau Phong Luoc (Boiled Peanuts) | 60. De (Goat) | 61. Dia Rau Song (Raw Herb Platter) | 62. Do Chua (Pickled Vegetables ie. Carrots) | 63. Ga Nuong Xa (Grilled Chicken with Lemongrass) | 64. Gio Thu (Head Cheese with Pig Ears and Tree Ear Fungus) | 65. Goi Du Du Kho Bo (Papaya Salad with Beef Jerky) | 66. Goi Cuon (Salad/Spring/Summer Rolls) | 67. Goi Ga (Chicken Salad) |
68. Goi Mit Ngo Sen (Young Jackfruit and Lotus Root Salad)
69. Hot Vit Lon (Fetal Duck Eggs) | 70. Hu Tieu (Tapioca Noodles with Pork and Shrimp) | 71. Kem Flan | 72. Lau (Hot Pot) | 73. Mam Nem (Fermented Anchovy Sauce) | 74. Mam Ruoc (Fermented Shrimp Paste) | 75. Mi Hoanh Thanh (Wonton Noodle Soup) | 76. Mi Quang (Turmeric Noodles with Pork and Shrimp) | 77. Mi Vit Tiem (Egg Noodles with Duck and Chinese Herbs) | 78. Mi Xao Don (Crispy Chow Mein) | 79. Muop Tom Xao (Loofah and Shrimp Stir-fry) | 80. Nem Chua (Pickled Pork Sausage with Shredded Pork Skin) | 81. Nem Nuong (Grilled Pork Patties) | 82. Nuoc Mam Gung (Ginger Fish Sauce) | 83. Nuoc Mia (Sugarcane Juice) | 84. Oc Buou (Apple Snails) or any other sea snails |
85. Pho Ap Chao Bo (Pan-Fried Rice Noodles Sauteed with Beef)
86. Pho Bo (Beef Noodle Soup) | 87. Rau Ma (Pennywort Juice) | 88. Rau Muong Xao (Water Spinach Stir-fried) | 89. Soda Xi Muoi (Salty Preserved Plum Drink) | 90. Sinh To Bo (Avocado Shake) |
91. Sinh To Ca Chua (Tomato Shake)
92. Sinh To Dam (Aloe Vera Shake) | 93. Sup Mang Tay Cua (Asparagus and Crab Soup) | 94. Tiet Canh (Duck Blood Pudding) | 95. Thit Heo Kho Voi Trung (Braised Pork with Eggs) | 96. Tom Tau Hu Ky (Shrimp Paste Wrapped in Bean Curd Skin) | 97. Tra Atiso (Artichoke Tea) | 98. Tuong Ot (Chili Sauce) | 99. Xiu Mai (Meatballs) | 100. Xoi (Sticky Rice)

Woohoo, check out all that good stuff! Now my task, to try HOPEFULLY everything on that list! Mwahahha.. Let’s see how I fair..!

Other 100 food lists that I will dabble my feet into: Chinese, Japanese and Korean.

-d

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