Bao Tran

  • Cooking Level: Intermediate
  • Last visit: 6 years ago
  • Member since: 20 January 2016
  • Profile views: 56822

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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 added to favorites:
24 January 2016, 23:01
Bao Tran added to favorites:
24 January 2016, 23:01
Bao Tran submitted a new recipe:
Vietnamese Recipes – Pork Jelly – Thịt Đông
1/ Carefully cut pork leg into small evenly portions 1x2x3 cm. Cut pig skin into 2x3 cm pieces. 2/ Add pork leg and pig skin to a large pot, mix well. Marinate with 1/2 teaspoon of salt,...
24 January 2016, 23:01
Bao Tran submitted a new recipe:
Vietnamese recipes – Stir-fried Pork Balls with Vegetable – Thit Vien Xao Rau
1/ Mix ground pork, minced shallots, a teaspoon of stock granules (or ½ teaspoon of salt) and ½ teaspoon of ground pepper. Use hands to clench the mixture into small dumplings. 2/ Blanch baby corn, broccoli...
24 January 2016, 23:01
Bao Tran submitted a new recipe:
Vietnamese Recipes – Rice cooked in Lotus Leaves – Com La Sen
1/ Wash the rice before putting them into a cooker. Simmer green peas and lotus seeds under medium heat until they get softer. Soak scraped copra in the boiling water to get off coconut fiber...
24 January 2016, 22:01
Bao Tran submitted a new recipe:
Vietnamese recipes – Floating Cake or Glutinous Rice Balls – Che Xoi Nuoc
1/ Mung bean is chose to make the filling. Wash and soak them in fresh water for at least half an hour. Simmer them in boiling water until it ges softer. Season them with salt,...
23 January 2016, 22:01
Bao Tran submitted a new recipe:
Vietnamese recipes – Vegan Bread with Tofu – Banh Mi Chay voi Dau Hu
1/ Prior to preparation: Vegan fish sauce: You can hit any Asian grocery store or open-air market to buy one. Even though it contains additives and preservatives but using in moderation won\'t kill anyone. A good alternative is soya sauce. Pickled...
23 January 2016, 09:01
Bao Tran submitted a new recipe:
Vietnamese Recipes – Glutinous Rice Cake with Pork Belly & Mung Bean (Tet Festival’s Cuisine) – Banh Tet (Mon An Ngay Tet)
1/ Mung bean are place into a pot inundated with just enough water. Put the pot over a medium heat, then gradually reduce them to a simmer and cook. Use chopsticks or tablespoons to stir the mixture...
23 January 2016, 08:01
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