Hoi An Cooking Class

Hoi An Cooking Class

Vietnamese cuisine is extremely popular all over the world due to both its deliciousness and its healthiness. Combining the right ingredients and spices to achieve the best flavours may seem difficult, but it’s actually quite simple. Hoi An is one of the best places in Vietnam to enjoy learning the art of Vietnamese cuisine because of all the amazing produce that is grown right on the town’s doorstep. Tour the markets to pick the very best, freshest ingredients, get to grips with the culinary techniques and finish up with the very best bit – eating your delicious creations! Local delicacies you may get to create include spring rolls, grilled fish and beef salad. 

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Seven Facts About Vietnamese Food

Vietnam has a huge array of types of noodle – pho, rice, glass, vermicelli, egg and ka tieh to name a few

Most dishes are made up of four distinct flavours – fish sauce, rice vinegar, salt and sugar

When the Vietnamese cook with any kind of animal, they use all of it – meat, bones, organs and all

Rice is the most important ingredient/food in Vietnamese cuisine

Pho is the best known dish Vietnamese dish across the world

Regularly used herbs include lemongrass, mint, coriander and Thai basil

Vietnamese food is also influenced by the French – the popular banh mi is a French baguette sandwich with a Vietnamese twist

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