Tag: foods

Durian_

Durian (Sầu riêng) It is known as a prominent fruit among Southeast Asian fruits. Today, I will talk about how to eat the Durian. Origin Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Myanmar, etc. Season The market on every year, the best season is from May to July.Durians eaten in Myanmar and Vietnam around June will be an unforgettable memory of your trip. How to distinguish when to eat Choose a lighter one if it is the same size Has a unique fragrance Well shaped The buttom part is cracking The base of the vine is black How to eat It is best to eat it as it is.However, it can feel like Read More

chrry salmon

Cherry salmon is a fish unique to Japan. It’s very delicious.Perhaps eating this cherry salmon will make other salmon feel less good to eat. In the olden days, it was just called “Masu; trout” because you could gotten a lot of “trout” when the cherry blossoms were in bloom. To run up the river.The first run of cherry salmon in Honshu is February, mainly from March to June. In Hokkaido, it starts around April and is said to end around July, but in the Hidaka region, it will enter the fixed net from around November, so it will be on the market slightly. And in the market, it is called Read More

Vietnamese popular food.Today, I will try to combine slightly different materials. material 10 small boiled shrimp 1 avocado Bean seedling 1 pack Sunny lettuce 4 leaves Fried onion appropriate amount 4 sheets of rice paper Sauce 1 tablespoon of soy sauce Grated garlic Kosaji 1/4 2 teaspoons of sugar Lime 1/2 Steps Quickly boil the bean sprouts and drown them to cool water Soak rice paper in water for about 10 seconds Involve materials side by side Cut into 4 equal parts The point is that you can roll the shrimp neatly by placing it on the other side and rolling the vegetables as if you were pulling them toward Read More

Che Thung Hat Sen

Very sweet Asian sweets.From northern Vietnam. Material Peanuts 20pcs Lotus seeds 10pcs tapioca 3 spoons Wood ear 3-4 pcs Coconut milk 100ml sugar 3 spoons salt a bit Step Boil tapioca Boil peanuts and lotus seeds for 15 minutes Put the wood ear back Add coconut milk to the boiled juice Add peanuts and lotus seeds Add sugar & salt After turning off the heat, add the chopped wood ear to complete. The point is to use the broth without throwing it away when boiling peanuts and lotus seeds. Read More