Cooking with : Vermicelli
Bun Cha – meatballs and pork belly grilled
This is an emblematic dish of North Vietnam who equal the famous dish ” The Pho”, it is very appreciate of Vietnamese living in Hanoi. It can be eaten in small stalls on the pavement.
Chinese fondue with seafood
Chinese fondue with seafood delight all those who like seafood.
The fondue is a broth in which diners cooked their ingredients in a small landing net.
Shuan yang rou – Mongolian fondue
Mongolian fondue called “yang rou shuan” is a fondue served in North China and very popular in Beijing.
This is Thai fondue with beef, pork and veal. Let yourself be tempted by this Thai dish!
Lau bo – Vietnamese fondue
Lau Bo is the Vietnamese fondue, tasty and delicious, it is eaten with rice cake and mam nem sauce.
Pou ja – Thai Crab Stuffed
Here is the recipe for Pou Ja, stuffed crab of Thailand that you find in all good Asian caterers.
Yao Hon – Cambodian fondue
Yao Hun is a Cambodian who is melted at events especially in Khmer. This is an easy dish that can get together with family.
Cha gio – nem – pork rolls with crab
Cha gio are rolls of pork with crab known here as the nem is a traditional recipe of vietnam.
Tai Chi chao mifen – fried rice vermicelli
Tai Chi chao mifen is a dish of fried rice vermicelli Taiwanese.
Fing pork – pork with noodles and chilli
Fing pork or pork with vermicelli and chili is a dish Bhutanese chilli which is considered a vegetable in Bhutan.
Kogi Mandou – Beef Ravioli
Kogi is a Mandou beef ravioli is a dish native to China that the Korean appropriated. There are several varieties of Mandou.