The Vietnamese avocado shake, or sinh to bo as people commonly call it in Vietnam, is one of the sweetest smoothies I have ever had. All you need is regular milk, some sweetened condensed milk and of course, ripe avocados. As a food enthusiast, I am ever on the lookout for the next recipe I will try out, but I have to be honest and admit that it is not always that meals jump out at me.
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My journey with Vietnamese Chao Ga has been one of untold happiness even when things seemed to be dim. My first encounter with this spectacular dish was at a time that I was ailing, and nothing seemed to be helping. The medicines had me miserable, and none of the foods I made were adding any joy to my life as they all seemed tasteless.
I love Vietnamese soups. Whether it’s pho, bun rieu, or Bún Măng Vịt, I always have space in my stomach for a flavorful bowl of tasty soup. This means you’ll often spot me at a local restaurant trying a flavorful favorite like bun rieu cua or falling back on a basic bowl of pho.
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Succulent egg roast enveloped skillfully in a crunchy, crispy puff pastry gives way to the most popular snack of South India: egg puffs. It is not uncommon to spot freshly baked egg puffs at every other bakery in this part of the country.