Binh Dinh is not only a land famous for traditional Tay Son martial arts, with endless green coconut forests, but also famous for rustic dishes rich in homeland flavor. Let’s learn about the delicious dishes here with the Vietnam Reviewer!
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Top 10 specialties in Binh Dinh you should not miss
Quy Nhon Fish Ball Noodle Soup
Fishball noodle soup is a familiar dish of many localities in our country. However, Quy Nhon fish ball noodle soup is a famous specialty of Binh Dinh and makes a strong impression on tourists from near and far because of its rich, unforgettable flavor. The fish cake is made from the meat of fresh grade 1 mackerel, rolled into a smooth cake with a characteristic aroma and moderate size. Fish cakes are cooked with broth made from mackerel heads so the water is very sweet and clear.
In particular, the fish cake is crispy and chewy, mixed with other ingredients to create a dish that is both delicious and full of nutrients good for the body. Enjoying a bowl of fish noodle soup right in the heart of Nha Trang will immerse you in the cool, fresh taste of the sea.
Banh Xeo My Cang
My Cang jumping shrimp pancake is a Quy Nhon specialty that must be tried when traveling to Binh Dinh. Therefore, Banh Xeo has a unique flavor and is extremely attractive to those who are passionate about food. Banh Xeo is a very popular gift in the land of martial arts. It is similar to Hue’s Banh Xeo but has a very unique taste. My Cang pancakes are delicious because the ingredients of the cake are all local specialties: Rice is milled from rice fields in the East; Shrimp is a type of land shrimp found in the brackish water lagoon of Thi Nai; dipping sauce is mixed from pure fish sauce;… When cooked, Banh Xeo has a bright yellow color, giving off the aroma of flour, the smell of shrimp filling,… Banh Xeo is often eaten with rice paper, raw vegetables, Sliced cucumbers, and mangoes dipped in a bowl of sweet and sour fish sauce that is rich in flavor, making people remember them forever.
- Address: Co Nam Banh Xeo restaurant (most famous in Binh Dinh for jumping shrimp pancakes, at the beginning of My Cang bridge, Phuoc Son commune, Tuy Phuoc district, Binh Dinh province);…
Banh Hoi Dieu Tri
Banh hoi is also one of the famous and popular dishes of Binh Dinh, however, the best place for this dish is in Dieu Tri (Tuy Phuoc). The cake is made from pure rice flour so it still retains the country flavor, sprinkled with a layer of chopped chives and fried onions to create a unique flavor for the cake. Banh hoi is often eaten with roasted or grilled pork, it is truly delicious. If you go to a restaurant in Dieu Tri, usually when you order banh hoi you will enjoy porridge and pork intestines. Porridge is made thinly from minced lean meat and blood. Along with the porridge is a plate of pork intestines with sausage, heart, liver,… These things, when eaten with banh hoi, will make the cake taste richer and more delicious than the normal way.
Banh It La Gai
Banh it la gai is also a delicious dish that you cannot miss when you have the opportunity to visit this land. The cake is made from the main ingredients of glutinous rice flour and hemp leaves. White glutinous rice flour, when mixed with hemp leaves, will have a very strange color and bring a unique flavor to the cake. The filling is usually green bean or coconut filling, cooked to a moderate sweetness. When eaten, it is very satisfying and unforgettable. The cake is both flexible and soft, the filling is just right, so it pleases even picky eaters. Buying cakes as gifts is also one of the things that tourists love.
Bún Song Thằn
Perhaps this is a type of vermicelli with a very strange name for you, right? The reason why vermicelli noodles are called twin lizards is because when making noodles, people tie the noodles two by two. Vermicelli is very famous for its delicious taste and extremely high nutritional value. Vermicelli is not made from ordinary rice, but it is made from pure green beans, the way to make it is very elaborate so the price is quite high. Green beans are dried, and soaked in cold water for a day and a night until the beans bloom evenly, then ground, then made into vermicelli. The vermicelli is dried and packaged very carefully. On average, 5 kg of beans can only make 1kg of vermicelli. It is often cooked with chicken intestines, bones,…
- Address: Brands Hung Dat, Huong Hue, Phuc Loc, and Phuoc Hai Sanh vermicelli oven,… especially the heirloom vermicelli brand Ly Thi Huong.
Cho Huyen Spring Rolls
Nem Cho Huyen is not sweet or crumbly but has an unforgettable chewy, grainy, sour, and crunchy taste. Fresh spring rolls are inherently delicious if grilled with charcoal, served with rice paper, raw vegetables, cucumber,… dipped in fish sauce or chili garlic soy sauce, it is a delicious dish that is hard to resist. Nem Cho Huyen is the taste of the countryside, the taste of simple, gentle things but still full of hometown flavor. If you eat spring rolls from District Market once, you will never forget its rich flavor.
Bau Da Wine
For food connoisseurs, this wine cannot be missed. Bau Da wine has a very high concentration, up to more than 50 degrees, so when you drink it you get drunk very quickly, but after getting drunk you don’t have a headache or long-term fatigue. The reason is due to the meticulous and quality way of processing wine. Rice for making wine must be carefully selected, not spoiled, and must be delicious rice. The water source for making wine is also checked very carefully, besides the yeast, cooking utensils, and distillation utensils are also very special. To make wine, you have to use an aluminum pot with a terracotta lid. The wine is stored in bamboo tubes. Nowadays, for convenience, it is packaged in glass bottles, earthen jars, gourds, etc.
With this type of wine, you can buy it at reputable brand stores to avoid buying fake goods. If you have the opportunity, you should go to Bau Da village (Nhon Loc – An Nhon) to buy because this is the place to buy. invented and is the famous place to brew delicious wine in Binh Dinh.
Huynh De crab is a specialty crab of Tam Quan and De Gi waters of Binh Dinh. The crab has a thick and hard shell, bright yellow in color, with tiny sharp spines down its body, legs, and claws, with sharp edges that are different from other types of crabs. Crab meat is white, thick, and especially sweet and fragrant. There are many ways to prepare crab such as steaming, grilling, hot pot, etc. In particular, people have a very unique way of preparing it. Eating it with rice or porridge is very delicious.
Crabs have thick and hard armor that is bright yellow like a royal robe or a battle robe, with tiny sharp spines along the body, large rods and pincers, and sharp edges like knives. Unlike regular crabs, each Emperor crab only has 6 legs and 2 claws. King crab meat is delicious and nutritious, the crab meat is firm, white, and high in protein. People have also discovered blue king crabs in the US that are about the same size as other red king crabs, but stand out thanks to their lavender-blue purple color.
My An Sea Uurchin Sauce
Sea urchin (also known as urchin, sea urchin), is one of the delicious foods and contains a lot of nutritional value. There are many types of sea urchin, but the type used to make this brand of sea urchin sauce is black sea urchin. The urchins brought home are washed, cut off the sharp spines around them, then make a hole right in the urchin’s mouth, carefully scoop out their meat, put it in a clay jar, sprinkle a little salt on it, bury it in kitchen ash or dry it. It can be used in the sun for 10-15 days. Sea urchin sauce is cooked, melted, viscous, opaque red, and fragrant.
However, sea urchin sauce is not very popular, so even if you have money, it is difficult to buy it because you do not know where to sell it, and those who have it only use it to treat guests or give it to relatives. So if you come to Binh Dinh and enjoy this fish sauce dish, you are an extremely lucky person.
Coconut rice paper is a specialty that many people love and choose to buy as a gift every time they have the opportunity to visit Binh Dinh. The cake is very thick and big. It is made from regular rice flour mixed with coconut milk, and sprinkled with sesame and ginger, making the cake have a very attractive characteristic aroma both when it is not baked and when it is already baked. This type of cake is special in that it can only be eaten alone and not with other dishes like regular rice paper.
You will easily buy this type of cake at grocery stores everywhere in the land of martial arts.
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Thus, Vietnam Reviewer has suggested to you famous delicious dishes in Binh Dinh. If you have the opportunity to come to the land of martial arts, don’t forget to enjoy those wonderful dishes! Vietnam Reviewer hopes that all of you will have a nice trip here. If you have any feedback or need help, please send an email to email@example.com!
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