The multi-culture menu for gathering, for the year 2021. Post #3 is for Desserts.
My favorite childhood desert: Caramel flan cake!
The multi-culture menu for gathering, for the year 2021. Post #2 is for Main courses.
The one that I always crave for: Bun Bo Hue – Spicy Beef Noodle soup. I love it even more than Pho that my boyfriend knows that it’s the key to my heart: taking me out for a bowl of Bun Bo Hue. He falls in love with it, too. So here we are, the project of homemade Bun Bo Hue allowed us to enjoy it comfortably at home!
Another stir-fry dish with mung bean vermicelli that I’m long to try (before my final week). Sounds a little bit fancy, but thankfully with the canned crab, it helps reduce the cost. So I give it a try. And here we are, Stir-fry crab vermicelli.
The multi-culture menu for gathering, for the year 2021. Post #1 is for Appetizer and Shareables.
It’s mushroom puffs, a vegetarian version of crab rangoon to treat my vegetarian friends. Simple and delicious. And by using vegan cream cheese, you can totally make this recipe vegan.
Friday fry-day so I made crab rangoon (or crab puffs) this time. There is no special story behind this recipe, except that my boyfriend loves crab puffs so much and it was really easy to make.
One of my grandmother’s signature dishes for our gatherings is the mung bean sticky rice. The sweet rice and the split mung bean are soaked and steamed together, then mix with sugar and shredded coconut, and you will have all of the sweet and rich taste.
It’s a popular Vietnamese soup with simple ingredients: chicken, vermicelli and basic garnish. Yet, it still has an amazing flavor.