⛩️ Puente Cau The Huc, Hanoi
Para llegar al Templo Ngoc Son, que está situado en el centro del lago Hoan Kiem, hay que atravesar este puente, un puente que se ilumina al anochecer y que es precioso.
Bánh hỏi is a traditional Vietnamese dish consisting of rice vermicelli woven into intricate bundles and often topped with chopped scallions or garlic chives sauteed in oil, served with a complementary meat dish. 😍😍😍
The strings of noodles are usually only as thin as a toothpick; the texture is firm enough so the noodles do not fall apart, but is not at all sticky to keep the dish light and suitable for a breakfast treat.
Bánh hỏi originated from the Bình Định Province of Vietnam's South Central Coast region. Like bún (rice vermicelli) dishes, bánh hỏi is served cold. Traditionally bánh hỏi in Bình Định is rolled into bundles and always served with chopped garlic chives. The garlic chives are quickly stir-fried with oil, its aroma and taste goes well with bánh hỏi, which makes the dish enjoyable by itself and without any other kinds of herbs.
In central Vietnam, such as Huế, bánh hỏi is eaten with dried prawns and nước chấm. In southern Vietnam, bánh hỏi is eaten with a variety of meats, especially roast pork or duck. There are also bánh hỏi chả giò, bánh hỏi with shrimp paste on sugar cane stick, and bánh hỏi with grilled pork, chicken, or beef. .
One serving ranges from 20 to 40k VND ($1 - $2) you can enjoy this delicious food.
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