Foreigners Try Vietnamese Lunar New Year Food | Tet Series | What the Pho | Let’s speak Vietnamese

Vietnam culture: Foreigners Try Vietnamese Lunar New Year Food | Tet Series | What the Pho | Let’s speak Vietnamese

Let’s see how friends from around the world think about Vietnamese Lunar New Year (Tet) traditional food. They will try an assortment of our favorite Vietnamese Lunar New Year (Tet) dishes, including square sticky rice cake (banh chung), jellied meat (thit dong), chicken glass noodles (mien ga), boiled chicken (ga luoc), steamed momordica glutinous rice (xoi gac), Vietnamese fried egg rolls (nem ran), bamboo shoot soup with pork ribs (canh mang suon), salted eggs (trung muoi). What is your favorite and least favorite Vietnamese Lunar New Year dish? Comment down below.

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