How do you eat a Vietnamese bun?

How do you eat Vietnamese Bun Cha?

If you’re wondering how to eat Bun Cha, it’s easy – you just dip the bun noodles into a bowl of sauce flavored with heaping mounds of fresh herbs (mostly a type of Vietnamese shiso), sliced papaya, red chili and garlic.

What is bun in Vietnamese food?

Bun (Rice vermicelli) is made of rice flour which is turned into small, circular and white threads wrapped up into small coils called Con Bun. Vietnamese rice vermicelli is a preferable as well as a popular dish! The best rice noodles have only two ingredients: rice or rice flour, and water.

How do you eat a bun noodle?

To do this you can either use chopsticks and a spoon; or, if you are not accustomed to eating with chopsticks a fork and a spoon. To get a bit of everything you will need to dunk a spoon into the broth and whirl some noodle onto the spoon using the chopsticks or fork.

What is Banh cha?

Vietnamese Steamed Pork Sausage Sandwich



Banh Mi Cha Lua is a classic Vietnamese sandwich that you will find almost everywhere on the streets of Vietnam. Filled with fresh ingredients such steamed pork sausage wrapped in banana leafs, marinated carrot/radish, red onions, cucumber, red chili, koriander.

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