Coming soon~ Video của tuần này sẽ là món Bánh Mì Chảo mà Frank được inspired bởi bạn @sak.food . Các bạn nhớ đón xem video vào thứ 7 lúc 12pm nhé ☺️👋. #banhmi#vietnamesefood
1,305167 November, 2019
Bánh bao, sữa đậu - Số 146 Quán Thánh, Ba Đình (5-15k) (6h-10h)
📍Ai chê thì chê chứ mình mê đắm đúi con cá chúi bánh bao chay với sữa đậu ở đây, bánh nhân thì bình thường ko mê nha :)) Bột bánh dai dai dẻo dẻo mềm bông chứ ko bị cứng hay ướt đâu đúng kiểu làm thủ công, lại hơi ngòn ngọt nhẹ nữa gặm vỏ bánh đúng là mê. Bánh nhân thì có hình vuông lạ mắt, phần nhân cứ rời rạc thịt miến mộc nhĩ lại còn ko có trứng cút nữa, lí do mình hong mê là đây nè :< Sữa đậu ở đây siêu thơm, sánh, bùi bùi đậm vị lắm, hơi có chút mùi khét khét khói khói nữa mình thích vị đó dã man. Sữa đậu 5k, bánh chay 7k, bánh nhân 15k, giá cao hơn bánh bao chỗ khác nha. Ở đây chỉ mở sáng đâm ra muốn ăn cũng ngại, toàn để dành cuối tuần đi long nhong dẹo phố rồi mới ghé qua ăn được, xong bác bán hàng cũng hơi khó tính đó nha.
👉🏻Khám phá thêm nhìu nhìu món ngon quận Ba Đình cùng mình qua hashtag này nèee #bachuabadinh
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Brisket bún bò Huế and Texas trinity platter. When Central Vietnam meets Central Texas and it's noodle weather outside. Thank y'all for coming to our pop up on this past gorgeous Saturday, patiently waiting in line and helping us sell out. Catch us at our last event of November this Sunday, 11/17 when we compete at the @houbbq HOU-ATX Throwdown. Have a great week & see y'all soon 😘. 📸: @lazyteej#vietnamesefood#texasbbq#viettex#houbbq#khoihtx
6602111 November, 2019
We have this at least twice a month because it’s @foodcoup favorite, and I love “spring roll- like” dishes. • Vietnamese fine rice vermicelli with grilled beef wrapped in betel leaf and bean curd skin with shrimp
1,07610312 November, 2019
*Winter Mood* @hanoi.house -One of my favorite spots for Pho, which is one of my cravings once the weather hits below 50 degrees 😒. A tiny dim lit Vietnamese restaurant with exposed brick walls and great energy. Request the small room in the back if it’s date night- super intimate while still being casual and fun. The service is friendly and food is so tasty. Put your name down @deathandcompany before dinner, and hopefully the times will align for you to go after. Hanoi House is your EV 🇻🇳 🍜 🍷 #NYCDATENITE
2,630659 November, 2019
𝙒𝙝𝙚𝙣 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙨𝙣𝙤𝙬 𝙨𝙩𝙖𝙧𝙩𝙨 𝙩𝙤 𝙛𝙖𝙡𝙡, 𝙮𝙤𝙪 𝙎𝙀𝙉𝘿 𝙉𝙊𝙊𝘿𝙎. ❄️🍜🚨 This Spicy Coconut Curry over rice noodles with shrimp 🍤 from @yellowelephanteatery will warm you right up.🔥One of my go-to lunch spots in Perinton since they opened! My friend @wilcoxeats & I taught locals about Asian Cuisine in the #ROC@gatespubliclibrary & brought their fried Lao egg rolls & spicy 🌶 wontons to sample. Everyone LOVED them & so will you. 💛 #sirrochasays
Inktober Day 25: Tasty
I had trouble deciding what to make for tasty since there were so options. Then I noticed a red crayon kinda looks like a ketchup bottle which eventually lead me to sriracha. The challenge of recreating the label was what drew me in.
Turn down pho what?! The combination of day light savings, cold weather, and sickness is really getting us down lately. (Anyone else?) What better way to solve the winter blahs than a piping bowl of #pho 🍜
Bringing back this caramelized pork spare ribs recipe for lunchtime! 🍳
To make: Cut, clean, & rinse your ribs in bite size cubes. (I used about 1.5-2lbs of meat). Soak the meat in hot boiling water for a few minutes to drain out the impurities. Meanwhile, mix about 1-2 tbsp of minced garlic, onions (I used scallions), and sprinkle some salt & pepper. I also sprinkled some garlic salt (optional). Mix well & set aside to marinate. Now, heat a sauce pan on medium heat, add some cooking oil & 1-2 tbsp of sugar (I did 2:2 ratio for my amount). Gently swirl the pan around, but not with a utensil (this is what will ‘caramelize’ it if you don’t already have Vietnamese caramel cooking syrup a.k.a. nước màu). Let it sit & wait for the sugar to melt into a dark caramel color in liquid form. Once you see it darken, add in the ribs & stir-fry until no longer pink. Then add a cup of water & bring it to a boil. Add in fish sauce & adjust to your liking. Turn it down to med-low with a lid for 25-30 minutes. I also added in 2 chili peppers for a spicy kick. Remove the lid & simmer for another 25-30 minutes on med-low or until you see the sauce start to thicken & evaporate. You may add in more sugar if you like it sweeter. While it was simmering, I boiled quail eggs on the side & added it in (optional).
@Pho88orlando is one of my favorite pho places in Orlando. It was the first place I ever had pho, so I may be biased but the quality is top notch and on a cooler day like today, I couldn't wait to go! If you need to warm up, like I did, you should definitely try them out!