Are you all set for Tết? And more importantly, have you prepared your bánh chưng yet? It's a traditional dish for the Lunar New Year. We speak to those in the know to learn all about this holiday delicacy.
These sugar-coated lotus seeds are a popular gift for newlyweds, but the sweets are also bought for friends and family during Tet. To make sure your Lunar New Year is full of sweetness, pick up a pack of these super seeds!
Bánh căn is a simple dish, using just rice flour and eggs. But with a sprinkle of passion and a recipe passed down from generation to generation, these mini pancakes really hit the spot!
Việt Nam isn't known for pizza, but this is the closest you'll get. Bánh tráng nướng is a crispy disc from the Central Highlands city of Đà Lat, loaded with delicious toppings to whet your appetite and warm you up in winter. Mamma mia!
You may know escargot, but have you taken a spoonful of snail noodle soup? The taste will have you slithering back for more!
Everyone's heard of Vietnamese phở, it is a dish served all over the world. But have you tried deep fried phở? It’s a perfect winter warmer as the cold weather sets in.
Việt Nam goes nuts for doughnuts! Round and wonderful, sweet or savoury, bánh rán are the best way to treat yourself in winter. Dunk a savoury doughnut in fish sauce, and enjoy!
As the temperature drops you'll want to dig in to a warm bowl of bánh đúc.
Comfort food at its finest. You'll want to get your claws into it ASAP.