Hello everyone and welcome back to Coucou Chinou! Today I will continue on with Vietnamese cuisine! However, this one is a little bit non traditional as this is actually a play on the famous dish “bún chả”. Originally “bún chả” is made with meatballs that are grilled on the barbecue, and the taste is a little … More Rice noodle salad with baked green rice meatballs
Hi everybody, Have you ever tried Vietnamese spring rolls? For me it is such an excellent appetizer for summer, but I just made about 36 of them the other day for a fall picnic haha. It was actually for an event that our class held last week. We had such good fun and my full tray … More Vietnamese Spring Rolls with peanut sauce
Hello everyone, I realize recently I have been posting much more about baking and less on savory food, and less so on Vietnamese cuisine, which is of my own culture! Yikes! So, today I will introduce to you a Vietnamese street-food dish that is very popular where I come from: Bánh xèo! The name of … More Bánh Xèo ./. Vietnamese savory crepes
( : D Các bạn muốn đọc tiếng Việt vui lòng kéo xuống dưới nha ❤ ) Hello every one! Today I will be sharing with you a dessert recipe that roots its origin in the Ottoman Empire. It is Baklava! Wikipedia suggests that the history of the baklava is not well documented but “there … More Walnut and Pistachio Baklava!
(Các bạn muốn đọc tiếng Việt vui lòng kéo xuống dưới nha! 🙂 ❤ ) Hi everyone, how are you all on this fine day? 🙂 Today I will write about a quite popular weekend’s breakfast dish that I was introduced to in California while I was living with my host family, that is French … More Pain Perdu/Bánh mì mất tích
A very tasty Indian chicken curry recipe from Meera Sodha’s cook book “Made in India”, cooked and illustrated at every stage! … More Meera Sodha’s Indian Chicken Curry/ Cà ri gà Ấn Độ
A Vietnamese dessert that is made and eaten specifically on a lunar calendar ceremony called “Tết Hàn Thực” meaning “Cold Food Festival” … More Vietnamese Sweet Sticky Rice Balls./.Bánh trôi