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Tukish dessert kunefe recipes

Turkish dessert Kunefe recipes 재료 카타이피(kataifi) 150-200g 버터(butter)100g 설탕(sugar)100ml 물(water)100ml 치즈(cheese)70g 레몬즙(lemon juice)2T step. 1.Add water, sugar and lemon juice to make syrup 2.Cut the kataifi thinly and mix with melted butter 3.Spread butter on a pan and stack it in order of kataifi-cheese-kataifi 4.Bake for about 5-7 minutes over low heat, then turn over and bake until the other side is also brown 5.Finally, pour syrup 6.If you eat delicious, it's over~ Thanks for watching https://youtu.be/QX7mg4bZyFo
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Making Arabic Coffee (Kahwa) at Home + Bonus Fortune Telling Video!
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Thanh Hoa shrimp cakes - Street specialties in Thanh Hoa Vietnam
Thanh Hoa shrimp paste is a specialty that anyone who comes to this land must try at least once. If you haven't had a chance to taste this dish yet, save the recipe below so you can enjoy it at home! Thanh Hoa shrimp paste - Thanh Hoa specialties are hard to resist (Photo: Collectibles) Not only sour spring rolls, Thanh Hoa shrimp paste is also an attractive and famous dish of Thanh country thanks to the characteristic flavor of fresh shrimp from Sam Son sea. If you have not had the opportunity to enjoy this dish, you can refer to the following ways to prepare it at home. Advantage: bảng giá ống ruột gà lõi thép 1. Typical flavor of Thanh Hoa shrimp paste  If Hanoi has West Lake shrimp cakes, Saigon has shrimp rice paper rolls, etc., Thanh Hoa's specialty with shrimp paste is a delicious dish that everyone who comes here must try at least once. Thanh Hoa shrimp paste is made from the main raw material of fresh shrimp from Sam Son sea, which is rich in nutrients and minerals. 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Ingredient: Black tiger shrimp: 500g; Pork: 300g (You should choose a piece of meat with both lean and fat to create moisture and soften the patty); Pho cake: 200g (You should choose thick and chewy cakes so that when baking the rolls do not break); Gac intestine: 1 bowl; Papaya: 100 - 200g to be used as a pickle with dipping sauce; Carrot: 1 small tuber; Onions, garlic, chili: 1 bulb each or depending on your taste you want to give more or less; Raw vegetables: lettuce, coriander, basil,... to serve as a side dish; Condiments: fish sauce, sugar, salt, soup powder, cooking oil, pepper, main noodles (if any). 2.2. Steps to process Thanh Hoa shrimp paste Step 1: Prepare shrimp Before proceeding to make Thanh Hoa shrimp paste, you need to preliminarily process the shrimp to completely eliminate the fishy smell. Shrimp after washing, soaking in salt water for 3-5 minutes, remove the head, peel the shell, remove the black thread on the back and wash the dirty part of the shrimp head. 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Katayef (Arabic Sweet Dessert Pancakes)
Recently, one of my cousins decided to have a 'baking day' where he made a big and beautiful plate of katayef, which not only got me all sorts of salivating but also inspired me to introduce katayef to the rest of you! I feel like many cultures have something similar to katayef, a dessert pancake filled with chopped nuts and spices like cinnamon and nutmeg. In India, for example, certain varieties of gulab jamun are dumplings will with nuts. In the Ukraine, varenikis is a dessert similar to the apple dumpling, which swaps out apple with chopped nuts, sweet cheeses, and berries. And in South Korea, of course, there is the street food, hotteok, a pancake literally filled with warm sugar, spices, nuts, or sometimes seeds. Katayef is a pancake made with smeed, also known as 'farina' or 'fine semolina'. It is then filled with chopped nuts, spices, and sugar before being folded over and pinched closed to create dumpling shape. Among the Middle East's Muslim population, katayef is most often enjoyed during Ramadan season as a delicious way to break the fast. However, it is also enjoyed throughout the year as a staple dessert on special occasions. Here is the recipe for katayef in two variations - with walnuts or with sweet cheese (known as katayef assafiri). Not only is katayef fun to make, but it's also beautiful in every stage! Try it out the next time you want to surprise friends with a fun and delicious addition to the usual dessert spread. ------------------------------------------------------------------ Katayef (Stuffed Pancakes) To make Thin Attar: 2 cups sugar 1 1/2 cups of water 1 tbsp. lemon juice 1 tsp. orange blossom water (Mazaher), optional Mix sugar and water and bring to boil. Add lemon juice and boil for 7 more minutes. When cool, add orange blossom water (optional). Makes 2 1/2 cups of Thin Attar. To make Pancakes: (Note: To make the cheese-stuffed katayef, use half the amount of these listed ingredients.) 4 cups smeed (Farina) 8 cups water 1 cup flour 1 package yeast Dash of salt 1/4 tsp. baking soda 1 cup rendered (or clarified) butter 2 cups Thin Attar (see recipe above) To make Walnut Stuffing (Option 1): 6 cups walnuts, chopped 1 tsp. cinnamon 1/2 tsp. nutmeg 1/2 cup granulated sugar 2 tbsp. rendered (or clarified) butter To make Cheese Stuffing (Option 2):** 1 1/2 lbs. sweet cheese (Syrian or Ricotta) 1/2 cup sugar 1 tbsp. mazaher (orange blossom water) 1. Mix all stuffing ingredients and set aside. 2. Mix smeed, flour, and salt. 3. Place warm water in an electric mixing bowl. While mixing on high speed, add the smeed mixture gradually to form a thin pancake mix. 4. Dissolve yeast in 1/4 cup of water and a dash of sugar. Add to the pancake mixture. Mix for 1 more minute. Set aside for 40 minutes, stirring every 7 minutes (so water won't separate from smeed to avoid a lumpy mixture). Add the baking soda and keep stirring. When the dough bubbles, it is ready to be baked. 5. Use an electric frying pan set at 450 degrees. 6. FOR NUT FILLING: Pour 1/4 cup dough and cook like a pancake, on one side only. Remove from fine when pores form on the surface of each cake. Place the pancakes on a smooth surfaced towel until they cool. 7. Fill each pancake with the stuffing mixture. Fold by pressing edges together to make a semicircle. Brush each on both sides with warm butter. 8. Place on a baking sheet and bake at 400 degrees in a preheated oven for 10 minutes, or until light gold. 9. Remove from oven and dip in cold syrup (thin Attar). Makes about 35 pieces. 6. FOR CHEESE FILLING: Pour 2 tbsp. dough and cook like a smaller pancake circle, on one side only. Remove from fine when pores form on the surface of each cake. Place the pancakes on a smooth surfaced towel until they cool. 7. Stuff the pancakes with the cheese stuffing, closing one edge half-way to look like stuffed shells. 8. Do not dip in syrup. Pour 1 tbsp. of thin Attar on each. 9. Decorate with ground pistachios or one red preserved cherry for each shell, optional.
A Baba Ghannouj Recipe That Isn't Baba Ghannasty (Vegan)
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7 Kitchen Hacks For 24/7
Your favorite "Cutlery Advisor" comes with yet another article with most asked and needed kitchen hacks that will make your life a lot easier. 1. Find out if your egg is still fresh boiling rotten or semi rotten egg can be a disaster. Using a nose to find out doesn’t always give an accurate result. So, what can you do to be sure? Is breaking the egg the only solution? No! there is a very easy solution. Put the egg in water. If it floats, it’s rotten. If it sinks, then it is fresh. 2. Prevent Cut fruit from getting brown Using lemon juice on the cut surface to prevent browning is the most common way. But it changes the taste of fruit and there is another better way which lasts even longer than using lemon juice. Use honey! Yes, instead of using lemon juice use honey. It will not change the taste of sweet fruits and it also has a nice smell. Moreover, it lasts much longer. Honey contains peptide which makes this possible to happen. 3. Keep ice cream solid and cool for longer Ever bought an ice-cream and found it to become liquid after a few scoops? No more, you can prevent this from happening with a simple trick. Use a bubble wrap to hold your delicious ice cream. It will last much longer. Bubble wrap is a great insulator of heat. And in most cases, it’s the heat from our hand that causes the ice cream to melt faster. So, using bubble wrap prevents the heat from and transferring thus keeping the icecream cool and solid. 4. Extract a few drops of lemon juice without cutting You want only a few drops of lemon juice but don't want to cut and waste the whole lemon. What to do? Well, there is an easy solution. Make a hole on the lemon with a toothpick and squeeze the lemon slightly. You will get a few drops easily. Patch the hole using tape and put away the lemon to use it later. 5. Soggy Chips Fresh Again! Did your chips become soggy and tasteless? Want to make it crisp and fresh again? Is it even possible? Yes! Put your chips in a napkin and put it in a microwave for about 45 seconds. Voila! Your chips are good as new. It will get crispy and tasty again. So never throw away your soggy chips again. 6. Make eggs last longer! Want to make your eggs last longer! With this trick, you can even keep your egg fresh for up to 3 years! Take oil with high viscosity. You can use castor oil for the best result but olive oil will also do the job. Put a layer of oil on the surface of your egg. It will last much longer. The reason it happens is that eggs have thousands of microscopic holes. When you close them using oil it lasts longer. 7. Get all the juice from lemon without trying too hard! We all know how hard it can be to squeeze lemon juice. Sometimes the lemon is too hard and we don’t get enough juice. But there is an easy kitchen hack for that. Freeze the lemon for 60 minutes then microwave it for 45 seconds. The lemon will be soft and easy to squeeze. There will be no difference in taste. Did you like the article? Do you have your unique ideas about kitchen hacks? Feel free to Contact Us with your ideas or suggestions. More Related Resources: https://www.vingle.net/posts/3073881?q=kitchen https://www.vingle.net/posts/3086094?q=kitchen https://www.vingle.net/posts/3084405?q=kitchen
Marc Hubbard Hawaii - Club Hush
Club Hush Management Company LLC. was formed on September 14, 2012 by Marc Hubbard. Mr. Hubbard owns 100% of the company. Mr. Marc Hubbard Hawaii graduated from North Carolina A&T State University in 1991 with a BS degree in banking and finance. He opened his first Nightclub (Club Dimensions) in 1996. The business has continued to evolve over the years and transformed into the Club Hush brand. The US Patent and Trademark office issued a Trademark for HUSH on December 18, 2012. Club Hush Management Company LLC., is completely debt free and has been 100% financed through its founder Marc Hubbard and retained earnings from the previous clubs generated over a number of years. The Company is seeking a 7 Million dollar line of credit to finance future growth. Products or Services - Club Hush Club Hush is the ultimate in Urban Nightlife. We are a full service stadium style Nightclub brand. Our revenue stream consist of: Admission Sales, Bar Sales, VIP Bottle/Booth Sales and Rental Income. Traditionally, we earn 60% of our Gross Income from Admission Sales but anticipate being able to grow our premium VIP revenue. Door Prices can vary from $10.00 to $300.00 depending upon the market in a given night. We always start our door prices low and raise the price of admission depending upon the immediate market demand. Bar Sales consist of a variety of different products in the form of beer, wine and liquor. We offer inexpensive brands to premium brands in all categories. The VIP Revenue model is where we anticipate major growth in the short term. Our VIP Revenue model consists of VIP Bottle and Booth Sales. We offer VIP Bottle service for a variety of Liquor and Champayne brands. A typical bottle can range from $200.00 to $1800.00 depending on the brand. VIP Booth Sales allow us to sell premium VIP seating to our higher end clientele. We offer tables, booths and entire VIP sections. The pricing for VIP seating can range from $300.00 to $15,000.00 depending upon the event. Location and Geographical Information Club Hush Management LLC. is located in Charlotte, North Carolina. We will maintain our Corporate Offices in Charlotte that will oversee our various locations. We plan to open Hush locations in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Dubai UAE, Tokyo Japan, London England, San Pablo Brazil, Seoul Korea, New York, Barcelona Spain, Paris France, Mexico City Mexico and Johannesburg South Africa. Reference Links: Marc Hubbard Kim Kardashian Marc Hubbard in Hawaii - Club Hush Club Hush Management Company LLC - Marc Hubbard in Hawaii
Bánh giầy - One of the easiest and most popular cakes in Vietnam
Bánh giày (it can also be written as written as banh day or banh chung) is a Vietnamese traditional cake. Cake is a white, flat, and round glutinous rice cake. They are wrapped in cut pieces of banana leaves. They are usually served with a type of Vietnamese sausage. Cake can be fried to a thin crispy golden crust or be eaten with pork rolls. Another variation is called banh giay bean, where ground boiled mung bean (mung bean) - salted or sweetened - is stuffed inside. It is very similar to other Asian glutinous rice cakes like Japanese mochi, Korean tteok or Chinese lo mai chi. Do you want to hear the legend of the "Bánh giầy"? Emperor Hùng Vương had many sons. Some pursued literary careers. Others excelled in martial arts. The youngest prince named Lang Liêu, however, loved neither. Instead, he and his wife and their children chose the countryside where they farmed the land. One day, toward the end of the year, the emperor met with all his sons. He told them whoever brought him the most special and unusual food would be made the new emperor. Almost immediately, the princes left for their homes and started looking for the most delicious food to offer the emperor. Some went hunting in the forests and brought home birds and animals which they prepared into the most palatable dishes. Some others sailed out to the open sea, trying to catch fish, lobsters and other much loved sea food. Neither the rough sea nor the violent weather could stop them from looking for the best gifts to please the emperor. In his search, Lang Liêu went back to the countryside. He saw that the rice in his paddy fields was ripe and ready to be harvested, Walking by a glutinous rice field, he picked some golden grains on a long stalk. He brought them close to his nose and he could smell a delicate aroma. bồn tắm đứng His entires family then set out to harvest the rice, Lang Liêu himself ground the glutinous rice grains into fine flour. His wife mixed it with water into a soft paste. His children helped by building a fire and wrapping the cakes with leaves. In no time, they finished, and in front of them lay two kinds of cakes: one was round and the other was square in shape. The round cake was made with glutinous rice dough and was called bánh dầy by Lang Liêu. He named the square shaped cake bánh chưng which he made with rice, green beans wrapped in leaves. Everybody was extremely happy with the new kind of cakes. On the first day of Spring, the princes took the gifts of their labor and love to the emperor. One carried a delicious dish of steamed fish and mushrooms. Another brought with him a roasted peacock and some lobsters. All the food was beautifully cooked. When it was Lang Liêu's turn to present his gifts, he carried the bánh chưng and his wife carried the bánh dầy to the emperor. Seeing Lang Liêu's simple offerings, other princes sneered at them. But after tasting all the food brought to court by his sons, the emperor decided that the first prize should be awarded to Lang Liêu. The emperor then said that his youngest son's gifts were not only the purest, but also the most meaningful because Lang Liêu had used nothing except rice which was the basic foodstuff of the people to make them. The emperor gave up the throne and make Lang Liêu the new emperor. All the other princes bowed to show respect and congratulated the new emperor.
Top 5 Donut companies in Australia – Love With Donuts
It’s never too early or too late to eat a donut. The donut lovers are surely the best kind of people. Here we have the topmost donut companies in Australia, where you can get a delicious breakfast with mouth-watering donuts. “It’s donut o’clock” Top 5 Donut companies in Australia: 1- Donut Papi: It is known as one of the best donut companies in Australia. It is a handmade gourmet donut company, which uses the best ingredients to make its donuts. Their donuts are not just ordinary glazed rings but are infused with inventive Asian flavours. Papi’s glazes which range from pandan and coconut to matcha crunch, ube, and more are way better than the jam and cream. They also offer the occasional savory donut special, such as a hot dog-nut and chicken donut burger. Check them online at donutpapi.com 2- Shortstop: Shortstop Coffee & Donuts, which has locations in Melbourne and Sydney, ensure that their ringed treats are created fresh every day in each of their locations. This donut company in Australia has flavours that are tasty, inventive and they are home to some of Australia’s best donuts. These flavours range from traditional cinnamon and sugar to more exotic Triple Matcha, Earl Grey and Rose, Rhubarb and Cheesecake and Maple walnut, etc. This company immediately satisfies the sweet cravings of the customers as it helps them to order online at short-stop website and pickup. 3- Mary St. Bakery: It is a well-known donut company in Australia. It’s a beautiful café in the heart of the city with a bakery and homemade donuts. It offers a wide range of flavours like Passionfruit Curd, Lemon Maple Pecan, Rose Water and Pistachio, gooey Salted Caramel, and the traditional Cinnamon sugar. The service is fast and the cheerful staff can brighten up your morning. 4- Love with Donuts: This donut company in Australia seeks to satisfy its client’s sweet appetites by selling a variety of enticing donut rings. The firm has two locations one in Joondalup, Perth, and the other in Westfield Carousel, where it provides amazing donuts that are not only sweet but also spongy and buttery. If you want to order best donuts in perth you can can check them online at love with donuts site. 5- Top Dup: Top Dup in beachside Swanbourne is a gourmet photographer’s dream, they serve stunning donuts with an unusual punch. They offer a wide range of flavours such as Raw honey and mascarpone with lavender and honeycomb crumble, blood orange curd with sherbet mallow, and Mars bar cheesecake. All these donut companies in Australia will help you on your quest for where to find the best donuts. Their wide range of flavours and best customer service will surely force you to visit them again.
Are you hungry? Let's eat dry beef salad in Hanoi - Vietnam
What is more suitable for cool Hanoi days like this than a plate of dried beef mannequin filled with meat and dozens of soft flour cakes that melt in your mouth and dip into the bowl of that divine sweet and sour sauce... ống ruột gà lõi thép bọc Inox 304 Hanoi is a land that has never been and will never be short of... places to eat. Because it seems that every step on the street, turn left, turn right a couple of steps, you will find a restaurant right away, just before you have decided what to eat today. Except for 3 main meals with countless popular shops, sidewalks to luxury restaurants, snacks in Hanoi are as "paradise" as Saigon. All dishes, all styles. So "Hungry yet?" Our team with Tuan Hai and our weekly guests just walked around Hanoi to eat and then review for you. 1 dish per week! Snails,  grilled spring rolls , eat dried beef salad this week, right? But what is more suitable for cool Hanoi days like this than a plate of dried beef mannequin filled with meat and dozens of soft flour cakes that melt in your mouth and dip into the bowl of that divine sweet and sour sauce. .. Hanoi is a land that has never been and will never be short of... places to eat. Because it seems that every step on the street, turn left, turn right a couple of steps, you will find a restaurant right away, just before you have decided what to eat today. Except for 3 main meals with countless popular shops, sidewalks to luxury restaurants, snacks in Hanoi are as "paradise" as Saigon. All dishes, all styles. So "Hungry yet?" Our team with Tuan Hai and our weekly guests just walked around Hanoi to eat and then review for you. 1 dish per week! Snails,  grilled spring rolls , eat dried beef salad this week, right? But what is more suitable for cool Hanoi days like this than a plate of dried beef mannequin filled with meat and dozens of soft flour cakes that melt in your mouth and dip into the bowl of that divine sweet and sour sauce. .. When it comes to mannequins, people automatically think of Bo Ho mannequins, even though they are sold everywhere in the market in this Hanoi. Trading with friends, selling with wards is like that, the whole street of Hoan Kiem Lake is several hundred meters long, but almost every house sells mannequins.  Usually, people rarely go to eat dried beef mannequin, just order a plate of mannequin and then return home. Why is it that one of the three famous Hanoi snack combos that only eat mannequins is boring.There's this mannequin, there's this filter cake, and spring rolls too... it sounds like a lot, but you can eat it all! The plate of dried beef salad is a combination of this papaya, herbs, dark brown brown beef spleen, thick beef, thinly sliced beef, beef tendon and most especially, the divine heirloom water is sprinkled. to the back end. Having eaten dried beef mannequin, surely you can't just go home without eating more filter cake, right?This is definitely the most perfect duo ever... The crust is soft, chewy, and the filling is full of meat, shrimp, and wood ear.When eating, dip the cake into the bowl of dipping sauce sprinkled with sesame seeds on top so divine! Spring rolls are also extremely delicious, so it's convenient to eat again.The owner of the restaurant rolled it into neat pieces with rice paper, herbs, and spring rolls. My job is just to score again, then eat again. In the afternoon of Hanoi, let's go to eat Bo Ho dried beef salad combo!
What, Why & How Useful Is CBD Oil, CBD Drops & Tinctures?
The popularity of CBD Oil has been growing rapidly lately, with more people becoming interested in finding out about its potential benefits. CBD Oil is a type of cannabinoid, which is a chemical found in cannabis plants. Unlike the more well-known THC, CBD does not produce any psychoactive effects. This means that it will not make you high or cause any other negative side effects. CBD Tincture and CBD Drops have been shown to help with a variety of different medical conditions, including anxiety, depression, chronic pain, epilepsy, and even cancer. It is also being studied for its potential to help treat other conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. If you are considering trying CBD Oil, it is important to remember that it is still relatively new and there is not a lot of scientific research to back up its claims. However, the anecdotal evidence from people who have used it is overwhelmingly positive. If you are looking for a natural way to improve your health, CBD tinctures may be worth considering. Just make sure to do your research and talk to your doctor before starting any new supplement. Factors To Check Before Buying CBD Tinctures CBD Quality: The quality of CBD oil is the most important factor to check before purchasing it. Make sure to buy CBD oil from a reputable source that uses high-quality hemp plants in their extraction process. Also, look for tinctures that are third-party lab tested so you can be sure of their quality and potency. Potency: These come in a variety of potencies, so it's important to find one that matches your needs. If you're new to using CBD, start with a lower potency tincture and increase the dosage as needed. More experienced users may prefer a higher potency tincture for maximum effects. Flavor: CBD drops are available in a variety of flavors, so you can choose one that best suits your taste. Some popular flavors include mint, citrus, and berry. If you don't like the taste of CBD oil, look for a tincture that is flavored with natural ingredients such as herbs or essential oils. Price: CBD tinctures are priced based on their potency, quality, and size. A higher potency tincture will usually be more expensive than a lower potency one. However, it's important to remember that cheaper isn't always better. Make sure to buy from a reputable source and choose a tincture that is lab tested for quality. Ingredients: When purchasing CBD oil, it's important to check the list of ingredients. Some tinctures may contain additional ingredients that you may not be aware of, so it's best to choose a product that only contains CBD oil and nothing else. This will ensure that you're getting a pure and potent product. Can CBD oil help relieve back pain? CBD Sublingual oil has been shown to be effective in reducing pain in many different areas of the body, including the back. A recent study showed that CBD oil was able to significantly reduce the amount of pain and inflammation in rats with arthritis. This is promising news for people who suffer from back pain, as it shows that CBD drops may be a safe and effective treatment option. If you are considering using CBD tinctures to treat your back pain, it is important to speak with your doctor first. They will be able to advise you on the best course of treatment and help you decide if CBD oil is right for you. What are CBD Drops? CBD Drops are a type of CBD product that can be taken orally. They are typically made by combining CBD oil with a carrier oil, such as MCT oil, and can come in a variety of flavors. CBD Drops are a convenient way to take CBD, and they are also one of the most popular types of CBD products on the market. Sublingual CBD oil offer a wide range of potential health benefits. Some of the most well-known potential benefits include reducing anxiety and promoting relaxation, assisting with sleep, and helping to reduce inflammation. However, there is still much research to be done on the full extent of CBD’s potential health benefits.
“Chiến hết” các món ăn ngon ở Sài Gòn không thể bỏ qua!
Sài Gòn không chỉ có một nền văn hoá đa dạng mà ẩm thực Sài Gòn cũng cực kỳ phong phú.Vậy khi đến Sài Gòn nên tìm ăn những món ngon đặc sản nào? Đừng lăn tăn suy nghĩ nữa, để Viecnha bật mí cho các bạn các món ngon Sài Gòn nên thử nhé!  Top các món ăn ngon ở Sài Gòn nên thử một lần Nội dung [Ẩn] 1 Top các món ăn ngon ở Sài Gòn nên thử một lần 1.1 Cơm tấm  1.2 Bánh mì  1.3 Phở bò 1.4 Bún mắm 1.5 Ốc 1.6 Buffet Sài Gòn 2 Top các món ăn vặt thu hút thực khách nhất Sài Gòn  2.1 Bánh tráng trộn  2.2 Súp cua 2.3 Bắp nướng mỡ hành 2.4 Bò bía 3 Địa điểm ăn uống Sài Gòn không thể bỏ qua 3.1 Khu ẩm thực chợ Bến Thành 3.2 Đường Vĩnh Khánh – Thiên đường các món ốc 3.3 Khu ăn vặt Hồ Con Rùa Sài Gòn Cơm tấm  Nếu bạn đang có một cái bụng “trống rỗng” thì hãy order ngay một suất cơm tấm đầy đủ. Hương vị thơm ngon, cách chế biến có một không hai giúp cơm tấm Sài Gòn nổi danh khắp năm châu bốn bể. Cơm tấm Sài Gòn nổi bật ở loại gạo vừa dẻo vừa bùi kết hợp với nước mắm pha mặn mặn ngọt ngọt dễ ăn. Thế giới cơm tấm sẽ có các món như cơm tấm sườn, cơm tấm sườn bì chả, cơm tấm sườn ốp la, lạp xưởng,… tha hồ cho bạn thưởng thức.   Cơm tấm – vừa là một món ăn ngon vừa là hình ảnh quen thuộc khi nhắc đến Sài Gòn Bánh mì  Bánh mì được xem là văn hoá ẩm thực đặc trưng nhất tại Sài Gòn. Từ những con đường lớn hay đến các con hẻm nhỏ, từ sáng sớm đến tối khuya, đi đâu bạn cũng có thể bắt gặp những chiếc xe đẩy hoặc cửa tiệm bánh mì lớn nhỏ khắp các vỉa hè. Một điều đặc biệt hơn, bánh mì Sài Gòn gây thương nhớ bởi 1001 “phiên bản” khác nhau, mà “phiên bản” nào cũng “gây nghiện” như bánh bánh mì heo quay, mì chả cá, bánh mì thịt chả truyền thống,… Phở bò Phở bò cũng là một trong những món ăn gắn liền với người Việt và con người Sài Gòn. Phở Sài Gòn có “menu” đa dạng từ phở nạm, phở gân, phở gầu, phở bò viên, phở gà,.. Đặc biệt hơn, phở Sài Gòn có bánh to hơn, nước lèo đậm đà ăn cùng với rau muống, giá và nhiều loại rau khác. Bún mắm Đây là một món đặc sản miền Tây sông nước, góp phần tạo nên nền ẩm thực đa dạng của Sài Gòn. Dạo quanh một vòng thành phố, đi ngang qua những hàng quán, chắc chắn bạn sẽ không bao giờ quên mùi đặc trưng của món bún mắm được.  Mùi thơm nước lèo đặc trưng kết hợp với mắm cá, ăn kèm cùng tôm, mực, heo quay, thịt cá lóc hấp dẫn… Chính điều này đã làm cho bất kỳ ai đến Sài Gòn cũng phải ghé qua thưởng thức một tô bún mắm cho thỏa cơn thèm. Ốc Hỏi người Sài Gòn ăn gì thì chắc chắn “ốc” sẽ là câu trả lời được nhắc đến nhiều nhất. Hàng trăm, có khi đến cả ngàn quán ốc tồn tại ở mảnh đất này. Kết quả là ngày càng co nhiều món ốc ra đời. Nào luộc xào nướng hấp, nào chua cay mặn ngọt, mà món nào cũng ngon, cũng dễ ghiền.  Đến Sài Gòn nhất định bạn không được bỏ qua các món ốc đa dạng, tươi ngon Buffet Sài Gòn Cảm thấy lạc lối giữa “lâu đài” ẩm thực Sài Gòn muôn màu muôn vẻ? Đã thế thì tiệc tự chọn – buffet – là lựa chọn hoàn hảo dành cho bạn. Từ sushi Nhật Bản, BBQ kiểu Hàn, dimsum Trung Hoa, lẩu nướng Đài Loan đến đại tiệc hải sản, danh sách buffet Sài Gòn chắc chắn sẽ làm hài lòng ngay cả thực khách khó tính nhất.  Top các món ăn vặt thu hút thực khách nhất Sài Gòn  Bánh tráng trộn  Đây không chỉ là món ăn được các bạn trẻ Sài Gòn yêu thích, mà cũng là món ăn vặt khiến thực khách du lịch “say đắm”. Bánh tráng trộn là món ăn hòa quyện bởi nhiều topping như nước sốt, xoài xanh, khô bò, rau thơm, trứng cút,… tạo nên hương vị chua chua, cay cay hấp dẫn.  Bánh tráng trộn – món ăn vặt nức tiếng đất Sài Gòn Súp cua Tại các gánh hàng rong và vỉa hè, bạn có thể dễ dàng tìm thấy món Súp cua – món ăn vặt nổi tiếng tại Sài Gòn. Không chỉ có dân Sài thanh yêu thích món ăn này mà ngay cả du khách cũng thích thú với ly súp cua trên tay vào những ngày trời mưa, se se lạnh. Nguyên liệu để làm súp cua bao gồm thịt cua, nấm hương, trứng bắc thảo, bắp, trứng cút, thịt gà, xương hầm lấy nước ngọt… tất cả hòa quyện với nhau. Đảm bảo ăn một phần là không đủ, phải kêu thêm phần nữa mới “đã”! Bắp nướng mỡ hành Nếu hỏi về món ăn vặt vừa ngon vừa rẻ ở Sài Gòn thì không thể nào không nhắc đến món bắp nướng mỡ hành. Bắp được dùng là bắp nếp mang đậm màu sắc của Việt Nam, được nướng trên bếp than cho thơm lừng rồi chan mỡ hành cùng nước mắm lên. Chiều chiều trời se lạnh, ngồi ven đường lai rai một trái bắp nướng thì còn gì bằng? Bò bía Bò bía là một phiên bản độc lạ khác của món gỏi cuốn. Bò bía phổ biến ở Sài Gòn là vì hương vị phù hợp với khẩu vị của người dân nơi đây. Bò bía là sự kết hợp từ các loại thực phẩm như lạp xưởng, trứng gà, củ sắn, bánh tráng của người Việt và không thể thiếu sốt được pha chế đặc biệt. Địa điểm ăn uống Sài Gòn không thể bỏ qua Viecnha.vn đã chia sẻ cho các bạn các món ngon ở Sài Gòn rồi, giờ là lúc “càn quét” thôi. Dưới đây sẽ là list những con đường ẩm thực nổi tiếng của thành phố mà bạn nhất định phải ghé thăm: Khu ẩm thực chợ Bến Thành Khu ăn uống nổi tiếng tại Sài Gòn dành cho khách du lịch vị trí nằm ngay chợ Bến Thành với vô số đồ ăn ngon, đắt rẻ đủ cả. Đến nơi này, bạn sẽ “hoa mắt chóng mặt” vì không biết nên ăn gì cho mà xem! Khu ẩm thực chợ Bến Thành nổi tiếng với cả du khách trong và ngoài nước! Đường Vĩnh Khánh – Thiên đường các món ốc Từ chập tối đường Vĩnh Khánh sẽ trở nên nhộn nhịp với hàng loạt quán sáng đèn, khách ra vào tấp nập. Một điểm đến tuyệt vời mà các “tín đồ” mê ốc không thể bỏ qua. Ốc ở đây không chỉ đa dạng, tươi ngon mà giá cả còn khá mềm, ai ăn cũng được cả! Khu ăn vặt Hồ Con Rùa Sài Gòn Hồ Con Rùa cũng là một địa điểm ăn uống nổi tiếng tại Sài Gòn. Quanh hồ có rất nhiều gánh hàng rong lẫn các quán ăn vặt. Tại đây, mọi người có thể vừa tán gẫu với bạn vừa thưởng thức vô số các món ăn hấp dẫn với giá không thể bình dân hơn. Hi vọng rằng với những gợi ý trên của Viecnha.vn, bạn sẽ không còn phải đau đầu suy nghĩ “ăn gì ở Sài Gòn” nữa. Hãy thỏa sức khám phá, càn quét thiên đường ẩm thực này nhé! viecnha.vn