Vietnamese Street Food


A collection of the best and most delicious recipes from the streets of Vietnam. Stepping onto the streets of Vietnam is like entering a big, bustling kitchen—everywhere, something is being rolled, boiled, steamed, or fried; pots of hot, fragrant pho sit over coal burners and balls of peanut-studded sticky rice are steamed and wrapped in newspaper. The food is fast, fresh, fragrant, and second to none in terms of its diversity and availability. Vietnamese Street Food represents everything enticing there is to eat on the streets of Vietnam. It contains more than sixty well-loved and authentic recipes from Prawn and Rice Paper Rolls to Crab Wontons, from Classic Noodle Soup with Chicken to Salt and Pepper Squid, read more

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ISBN:

9781742704890

Format:

Paperback

Pages:

208

Dimensions:

24cm x 22cm

Weight:

920g

RRP:

$34.99

Category:

Food

Publisher:

Hardie Grant Books

Published:

01 November 2012

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Andreas Pohl

Andreas Pohl works as a writer, researcher and educator and has a keen interest in Vietnam's culture and social history. Together with his wife Tracey Lister, he has written two books on Vietnamese food, KOTO: A Culinary Journey Through Vietnam (2008) and Vietnamese Street Food (2011). 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Tracey Lister

Australian chef Tracey Lister knows how to shop, cook and eat in Vietnam and through her successful cooking school, the Hanoi Cooking Centre hear the capital's famous old quarter, she follows her passion to promote Vietnamese food in all its facets. 

Tracey started to develop a deep appreciation of Vietnamese cuisine more than a decadea go when she helped to set up KOTO, a grassroots social enterprise training street