Bun cha Hanoi
Bun Cha Hanoi is a traditional Vietnamese dish that has become famous both at home and abroad. It consists of grilled pork (cha) served with vermicelli (vermicelli) and a flavorful dipping sauce made from fish sauce, vinegar, sugar, and chili peppers.
The dish originated in Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, where it has been a staple for generations. Bun cha is often considered a street food, as it can be found in many outdoor eateries and restaurants throughout the city. This is a popular dish for both breakfast, lunch or dinner, and is often enjoyed with friends and family.
Bun cha is usually made from thin slices of pork, then marinated in a mixture of fish sauce, sugar and other spices. When the pork is soaked, it will be arranged and grilled on hot coals until the fragrant aroma of the grilled meat and the color of the cockroach wings are evenly distributed on both sides. Make sure the meat is crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. When eating will be served with vermicelli.
In addition to vermicelli and pork, bun cha is often served with a variety of herbs and fresh vegetables, such as basil, mint, coriander, lettuce, and bean sprouts. These ingredients add texture, flavor and color to dishes and are used to wrap pork and vermicelli in lettuce leaves before adding to the dipping sauce.
The dipping sauce for bun cha is what makes the difference and gives the dish its distinctive flavor. It’s made by combining fish sauce, vinegar, sugar, and chili peppers to create an aromatic and slightly sweet dipping sauce that goes perfectly with grilled pork and vermicelli.
Bun Cha is a delicious, nutritious and healthy dish loved by all ages. It’s a great choice for those looking for a light yet filling meal, also a good choice for those who are in need of a daily dose of energy.