Bao Tran

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  • Last visit: 1 year ago
  • Member since: 20 January 2016
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I’m so young and enthusiastic. I’m a food lover, a blogger and addicted to Vietnamese cuisine. So let’s join me to introduce Vietnamese food culture to friends all over the world on our website if you are alike!

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Bao Tran submitted a new recipe:
Vietnamese Recipes – Char Grilled Pork Neck with Rice Vermicelli – Bun Thit Nuong
1/ Meat are sliced into thin strips. Blend the mixture of minced garlic, fish sauce, sugar, minced lemongrass (or lemongrass powder), sesame oil and oyster sauce. Put into 3 teaspoons of cooking oil and set them...
4 February 2016, 23:02
Bao Tran submitted a new recipe:
Vietnamese Recipes – Braised Bitter Melon Stuffed with Pork Meat Soup – Canh Kho Qua Don Thit
1/ Wash dried wood ear fungus with fresh water. Transfer them into warm water and soak for half an hour. Drain off and remove fungus stems. Dice them into small pieces. 2/ Bring glass noodles out and put...
4 February 2016, 22:02
Bao Tran submitted a new recipe:
Vietnamese Recipes – Fried Rice with Crab Meat – Com Chien Cua
1/ Marinate crab meat with a teaspoon of stoc granules, minced shallots and a teaspoon of pepper. Stir fry them with a tablespoon of vegetable oil. Set the mixture aside. 2/ Cook green peas for 20 minutes. Add...
3 February 2016, 23:02
Bao Tran submitted a new recipe:
Vietnamese Recipes – Braised Mackerel Fish in Clay Pot – Ca Thu Kho To
1/ Marinate fish slices with minced shallots, 3 bruised cloves of garlic, fish sauce, sugar, pepper and caramel in a clay pot. Leave the mixture to be absorbed themself in half an hour. 2/ Heat a skillet and...
3 February 2016, 23:02
Bao Tran submitted a new recipe:
Vietnamese Recipes – Chicken Cabbage Salad – Goi Ga Bap Cai
1/ Bring chicken to a boil in an opened-lid pot for half an hour. Debone and shred chicken meat into thin strips. 2/ Soak white and purple cabbage in water with 4 teaspoons of salt. Drain them off...
3 February 2016, 22:02
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