Nom, nom, Vietnam - Episode 40: Tofu pudding
Feeling the heat? This traditional treat is a sure fire way to cool down! Those of you with a sweet tooth won’t want to miss out on a bit of tofu pudding.
If you take a trip to HCM City, you must try broken rice. And don't be fooled by its name, there's nothing whatsoever about this dish that needs fixing.
There's dumplings and then there are troi and chay dumplings. These sweet treats are so special they are offered to ancestors as a sign of gratitude this time each year. Now that really is an extra special dumpling!
This pomelo dessert won’t leave a bitter taste in your mouth, in fact, people love the sweet treat of fruit, tapioca and beans. Try it out!
Popular with world leaders and footballers alike, banh khuc is a perfect treat to warm your cockles in winter. So grab a ball and don't forget to savour the unique taste explosion!
Fishin’ for something to fill your stomach? Vietnamese grilled fish may be right up your river! With a side of shrimp paste and rice noodles, this meal makes even February feel like summer.
Although you can eat this delicious dish all year round, the best time to enjoy freshwater crab hotpot is between February to April.
In many countries porridge may be the best way to fill up for breakfast at the beginning of the day, but in Việt Nam, it's a lot more than just a bowl of oats. Here you will find the dish filled with succulent pork, and it is far from just a breakfast meal.
Cold weather got you dreaming of warm food? Then, you won’t get tired of pillow cake. Meat, mushrooms, noodles, quail eggs and a side of fish sauce will reel you back in all winter.