Category Archives: Vietnam

Chè Báp (Vietnamese corn pudding)

Chè is what Vietnamese sweet desserts are called. They are quite varied ranging from rice concoctions to sweet tea-like drinks. This is one variation of a corn pudding with sticky rice that is best served warm. Chè Báp 2 dl

Chè Báp (Vietnamese corn pudding)

Chè is what Vietnamese sweet desserts are called. They are quite varied ranging from rice concoctions to sweet tea-like drinks. This is one variation of a corn pudding with sticky rice that is best served warm. Chè Báp 2 dl

Coconut rice pudding

Eating rice for dessert seems like a very good excuse to forego dinner or lunch and just eat dessert instead. Unlike the European rice puddings which are often cooked on milk, the asian variety is cooked on coconut milk. Here’s

Coconut rice pudding

Eating rice for dessert seems like a very good excuse to forego dinner or lunch and just eat dessert instead. Unlike the European rice puddings which are often cooked on milk, the asian variety is cooked on coconut milk. Here’s

Tapioca

This was made as a topping for Vietnamese Chè, but would actually make a dessert on it’s own. Probably unhealthy, as tapioca is more of less pure starch but fairly easy. Although you could also serve as topping on fresh

Tapioca

This was made as a topping for Vietnamese Chè, but would actually make a dessert on it’s own. Probably unhealthy, as tapioca is more of less pure starch but fairly easy. Although you could also serve as topping on fresh

Banh mi with miso marinated tofu

To celebrate that I have finally found something that resembles a proper baguette in Japan (including the very important crust), I decided to make Banh Mi (literal translation: Bread) the vietnamese version of a subway sandwich. Unlike a subway sandwich

Banh mi with miso marinated tofu

To celebrate that I have finally found something that resembles a proper baguette in Japan (including the very important crust), I decided to make Banh Mi (literal translation: Bread) the vietnamese version of a subway sandwich. Unlike a subway sandwich

Chè

Chè is a Vietnamese dessert that comes in many varieties, some are more or less sweet soups, some a bit more like parfaits. What they all usually have in common though is coconut milk and sweet beans in some shape.

Chè

Chè is a Vietnamese dessert that comes in many varieties, some are more or less sweet soups, some a bit more like parfaits. What they all usually have in common though is coconut milk and sweet beans in some shape.