Why is it called 7 colours?

Is five Coloured sticky rice a traditional special

The Northwest region is famous for various cuisines, but standing out among them is the five-coloured sticky rice. This special cuisine contains the culinary hues of white, purple, green, yellow and red. The dish marks special occasions in Vietnam, such as new year celebrations, weddings and death anniversaries.

Is sticky rice Thai or Vietnamese

Although it is synonymous with Northeast Thailand and Laos, sticky rice is also widely cultivated and consumed in Vietnam, Indonesia, Philippines and in East Asia.

What is Vietnam famous sticky rice

7 famous Vietnamese sticky rice dishesAnt-egg sticky rice (Xôi Trứng Kiến) Ant-egg sticky rice is a really unique dish.Five-color sticky rice (Xôi Ngũ Sắc)Xeo Sticky Rice (Xôi Xéo)Mixed sticky rice (Xôi Mặn)Sticky corn (Xôi Ngô)Pork Sticky Rice (Xôi Thịt Hon)Khuc sticky rice (Xôi Khúc)

How do you say sticky rice in Vietnamese

Steamed sticky rice or Xoi

There are many different kinds of Steamed sticky rice but they could be divided into 2 main groups: savory and sweet. In Vietnam, most of Xoi dishes are cooked by steaming sticky rice in a big steamer.

What kind of language is Vietnamese


Vietnamese language, official language of Vietnam, spoken in the early 21st century by more than 70 million people. It belongs to the Viet-Muong subbranch of the Vietic branch of the Mon-Khmer family, which is itself a part of the Austroasiatic stock.

Which is the worlds best rice Vietnam

Vietnam's ST24 and ST25 rice varieties, the latter the World's Best Rice award winner not long ago, have obtained trademarks in Australia. The 'Gao Ong Cua Viet Nam' trademark has been registered by Ho Quang Tri Private Enterprise, a company owned by the son of the main developer of ST25, Ho Quang Cua.

What is XOI Vietnamese in English

sticky rice

What is Xoi “Xoi”; or “glutinous rice”, “sweet rice”, “sticky rice” in English; can be found in many Asian dishes, especially in the South East Asia areas.

What is XOI in Vietnamese food

Xôi (Vietnamese pronunciation: [soj˧˧]) is a savory (mặn) or sweet (ngọt) Vietnamese dish made from glutinous rice and other ingredients. Xôi is a common on-the-go breakfast item, and a popular snack nationwide.

Is Vietnam English or French

French also continues to be regarded as a cultural language in Vietnam, with its usage associated with the elite society and links to family tradition and national history, while English and other foreign languages are regarded as commercial vernaculars used with foreigners.

Is Vietnam an easy language

Vietnamese is considered to be a hard language, for English speakers because it has significant linguistic differences. Vietnamese is a tonal language, and although it uses the Latin script there are different characters that don't appear in the English language. But learning Vietnamese doesn't have to be difficult.

Is Vietnam rich in rice

Vietnam is the world's third-largest rice exporter, after India and Thailand. The move is aimed at “boosting the exports of high-quality rice, ensuring domestic food security, protecting the environment and adapting to climate change,” according to the government document, dated May 26 and reviewed by Reuters.

What is Vietnamese number 1 food

1. Phở Phở-real: this world-famous soup differs from north to south. Phở is the quintessential Vietnamese dish, the word phở referring to the type of noodle used in the recipe.

What is Kang Kong in Vietnamese

In Malaysia and Indonesia, it is also known as kangkung. It's known as phak bung in Thailand, rau muong in Vietnam, trokuon in Cambodia, and kangkong in the Philippines. Despite its English name, water spinach is not really spinach, nor is it botanically related to it.

What is Nem in Vietnam

Nem (Vietnamese: món nem) refers to various dishes in Vietnamese, depending on the locality. Nem may refer to: Nem rán, known in foreign countries as spring rolls, fried rolls or Vietnamese Imperial rolls, are made of either minced pork or prawns, wrapped in bánh tráng and deep fried.

What is oi in Vietnamese fruit

Vietnamese (oi song) Guava is a high yield tree from Vietnam, producing medium size fruit for eating fresh off the tree or canning and preserving. The bumpy, round shaped fruit is pale green on the exterior with a unique creamy white interior flesh. Fruit typically scales in at 0.8 – 1.3 lbs.

What is Nem Nuong in English

grilled pork sausage

Nem nướng (literally "grilled spring rolls") is Vietnamese grilled pork sausage or grilled meatballs, and a popular Vietnamese food item, sometimes served as an individual appetizer or snack, or served with rice noodles or rice as a main course. Nem nướng is a specialty of Khánh Hòa Province (Nha Trang).

What does Vietnamese sound like to foreigners

Vietnamese has often been described as sounding like birdsong because of its expressive flourishes and the way it seems to flutter along like the wings of a hummingbird. For foreigners who are just starting to learn the language, it sounds like a hopelessly incomprehensible stream of emotionally-charged music.

Is Vietnamese harder or Chinese

Vietnamese and Chinese, which one is harder While both are seen to be some of the hardest languages to learn by FSI, Chinese will be harder since one will have to learn how to write all the characters. Vietnamese, however, uses Latin alphabet. This can save one a lot of time.

Is Korean or Vietnamese harder

Both language are hard in its own way, but korean seems harder because it a single writing character can carry a lot of meaning depending on the context like chinese and japanese. Vietnamese are hard in speaking due to the intonation and various slangs and different meaning based on context.

What is Vietnam’s number 1 food

1. Phở Phở-real: this world-famous soup differs from north to south. Phở is the quintessential Vietnamese dish, the word phở referring to the type of noodle used in the recipe.

What is Vietnam rich in

Vietnam is reasonably endowed with mineral resources including many that not been developed. Vietnam's main natural resources consist of coal, phosphates, rare earth elements, bauxite, chromate, copper, gold, iron, manganese, silver, zinc, offshore oil and gas deposits, timber, hydropower .

Is Viet food healthy

The traditional Vietnamese diet is healthy. Meals emphasize rice, vegetables and fish, and cooking methods often involve steaming or stir-frying. Rice is the staple of the diet, consumed in some form in almost every meal.

Why is Vietnamese food so low in calories

Because Vietnamese food is flavoured with herbs and spices (instead of oil or dairy) and is packed full of fresh fruit and vegetables, most authentic dishes, dressings and sauces you'll find in restaurants are low in calories and fat.

What did the Chinese call Vietnam

Annam, which originated as a Chinese name in the seventh century, was the common name of the country during the colonial period.

What does xi mean in Vietnamese

(Central Vietnam, Southern Vietnam) tiny bit; a little bit.