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Bánh lọc - A Hue specialty

Bánh lọc - A Hue specialty 

Cập Nhật 02-10-2019

Bánh lọc is quite stodgy because it is made from tapioca. To make the white flour, people have to grind and knead cassava roots and “filter” (lọc) it several times to turn cassava flour into tapioca flour.

Tag: Banh loc, Hue specialty, Hue treat

Banh sam and banh dua – the Imperial cakes

Banh sam and banh dua – the Imperial cakes  

Cập Nhật 22-01-2019

Originating from the Imperial city, banh sam (ginseng-shaped cake) were later transmitted to the masses of people, and has been used in traditional Tet holidays in many families, while banh dua only appears in An Thanh village.

Tag: Banh sam, banh dua, Imperial cakes, Hue cakes, Tet holidays, ginseng-shaped cake

Hue cake: An art of delicacy

Hue cake: An art of delicacy 

Cập Nhật 12-07-2018

Delicious and healthy, delicate and unique, each cake made by Hue women reflects such an art of delicacy.

Tag: Hue cake, delicious, healthy, Hue Cultural Museum, banh la vai, exhibition, lychee leaf, banh Hue

Banh Hue to be displayed

Banh Hue to be displayed 

Cập Nhật 04-05-2018

Hue Culture Museum will organize an exhibition of Banh Hue (lit. Hue cakes, but in fact it refers to a wide range of sweet or savory snacks and dessert treats) to introduce a unique feature in Hue culinary culture.

Tag: Hue Culture Museum, Banh Hue, culinary treasure, banh beo, banh nam, banh loc, display

Hue Festival 2018 opens with sparkling cultural colors

Hue Festival 2018 opens with sparkling cultural colors 

Cập Nhật 28-04-2018

At 8:20pm on April 27, the Hue Festival 2018 opening program, themed “Hue! Toa sang mien di san” (Hue: A shining heritage region) officially took place at Ngo Mon (South Gate) Square.

Tag: Hue Festival 2018, opens, sparkling cultural colors

Banh Hue: cheap and exquisite

Banh Hue: cheap and exquisite 

Cập Nhật 22-04-2018

Initially banh Hue (literally Hue cakes) was common snacks served in breaks between meals. Gradually it entered the royal family.

Tag: banh Hue (Hue cakes), banh khoai, dishes, food

Eating Mrs.Thao’s banh loc in Duc Bao village

Eating Mrs.Thao’s banh loc in Duc Bao village  

Cập Nhật 19-03-2018

The banh loc goi (the Vietnamese clear shrimp & pork dumpling wrapped in banana leaf) made by Mrs. Thao is not sticky in hands when diners peel the leaf wrapper. On top of that, its cooked tapioca paste is soft and chewy. Therefore, Mrs. Ha Thi Thao’s household has to knead a quintal of tapioca starch to meet the demand of customers.

Tag: Mrs.Thao’s banh loc, Duc Bao village, banh loc

Banh sen cuon (lotus rolls) and the charcoal fire

Banh sen cuon (lotus rolls) and the charcoal fire 

Cập Nhật 06-03-2018

In the 1980s, 1990s of the last century, every year on the eve, I was often presented with one kilogram of banh sen cuon (or banh sen chay, lotus rolls) by Mr. Nguyen Van Tan, an artist who played dan nhi (Vietnamese two-chord fiddle). Every time I see this kind of sweet, I think of him.

Tag: Banh sen cuon, (lotus rolls), charcoal fire

Gift of the countryside

Gift of the countryside 

Cập Nhật 04-03-2018

Vinh An Village, Phong Binh Commune, Phong Dien District by the O Lau River is a purely agricultural village. Rice not only is a source of food and income for the people of Vinh An village but also brings the aromatic flavor of the countryside each spring with a traditional cake called by a very rustic name: banh kho (lit. dry cake).

Tag: Gift of the countryside, Dry cakes, Vinh An village

Sweet-smelling banh san on rainy days

Sweet-smelling banh san on rainy days 

Cập Nhật 31-12-2017

One winter afternoon, the youngest aunt brought us some three-moon cassava, Mom suggested making banh san. "I haven't eaten it again for ages. I'm afraid that I will forget its taste soon," said my mother.

Tag: Sweet-smelling, banh san, rainy days