Among the various and eye-catching Laos dishes, “Laap” brings strange charm with different flavor, delicacy behind its rustic appearance. “Laap” means “Luck” (in Vietnamese: “Lộc”), is a dish for good godsend and peace. Let cook “Laap Salad” – Laos’s Unique “National Dish” together ! Ingredients: (for 4 people) Pork (Beef, Chicken): 300 gr Sticky […]
Roll of springs and his original recipe from Discovery Indochina. Munch the springs! Ingredients: – 200 gr hashed pork spine – 50 gr black mushrooms, perfumed mushrooms (shiitaké mushrooms) – 100 gr rice vermicelli – 1/2 carrot, ½ onion – 1 egg yolk – 20 rice crackers – 150 gr green onions – 800 gr […]
Le « Canh ga nau xao » as well known « Canh ga nuoc xuyt » is a typical plate from Nghe An province. This plate is prepared with curcuma, onions and lemon tree leaf. « Canh ga nau xao » is served with « Banh muot ».
Discover our recipes without any animal products for the vegetarians. Mushrooms floss – a vegetarian’s dish, full of flavor. Ingredients: 200g stems of shitake mushroom (shitake’s feet) A Teaspoons of salt A tablespoon of monosodium glutamate (vegan) A tablespoon of vegetable oil (vegan) Practice: Step 1: Because shitake rousong is made from stems […]
Ingredients 3 sweet potatoes, peeled and diced 200ml fresh milk 1 leek thinly sliced Butter Salt, Black pepper powder, Oil Practice Step 1 Wash and thinly slice the leek. Heat the butter in a large saucepan over medium heat. Add the leek and sauté until they turn golden brown. Step 2 Wash […]
Nowadays, losing weight by soup is probably one of the hottest diet trends. This method is based on detoxifying the body with soup, reducing the amount of absorbed calories each day and purifying toxins in the body. Let’s go with Discovery Indochina cuisine to discover some useful tips helping you to lose weight thanks to the vegetable soup. It is very simple, easy to cook and nourishing.
You only need rice, water and your favorite sweetener to make this delicious rice milk. It’s ready in 7 minutes!
An accident gave birth to this edible masterpiece. 30 years ago, the chef at family restaurant May Bon Phuong down a small alley off Vuon Chuoi Street in Saigon, unintentionally poured lime juice onto slices of barramundi intended for another dish. Instead of throwing away the now good-for-nothing lime juice-soaked fish, the chef (and also […]