Nha hang com ngon

Drink, Food, Food and Drink, Vietnamese, Vietnamese Street Food

An Easter break to Vietnam has given me the fantastic opportunity to eat and be inspired by yet more fresh, delicious and healthy food from the motherland.
Our delicious meal this evening at Nhà Hàng Ngon (160 Pasteur, Dist.1 Saigon) was Garlic greens, clay pot fish and hot sour soup with fragrant steam rice. Washed down with an ice chilled Saigon beer – simply delicious.

  

  

   

 
 

Cooking in Saigon

Cafe, Colour, Drink, Food, Food and Drink, Street Food, Vietnamese, Vietnamese Street Food

These are the three dishes I made from the one day gourmet cooking lesson at The Saigon Cooking Class. Thanks to chief Khang who took us shopping for fresh ingredients and showed us the authentic techniques.
I can cook!!!
*fresh prawn and pork summer rolls

*lotus, prawn and chicken rice wrapped in fragrant lotus flower

*green papaya salad with marinaded grilled chicken.

I’ve had a fantastic day learning the authentic way! 

   
    
    
    
    
    
    
 

The Saigon Cooking Class – My journey begins

Colour, Drink, Food, Food and Drink, Street Food, Vietnamese, Vietnamese Street Food

The last time I stepped foot in beautiful Vietnam was 7 years ago! Wow, now 7 years later I am mother of two gorgeous boys (who make wonderful kitchen helpers) and I have embarked on the dream of setting up my Vietnamese street food business.
Today I make the long awaited journey to revisit the motherland. I’ve been told much has changed and I’m both nervous and excited.

One thing is for sure, I will be experiencing, and of course eating some of the best and healthiest food in the world! Which obviously means I get to eat LOTS 😋😋😋
On Tuesday, I will start my culinary journey at The Saigon Cooking Class in Ho Chi Minh City http://www.saigoncookingclass.com 
I will be buying fresh ingredients from Ben Thanh market with chief Khang then we will be cooking the following dishes – I cannot wait!
COOKING MENU:

– Fresh spring rolls with prawns, pork, fresh herbs and rice noodles. Saigon Cooking Class’s peanut dipping sauce – Gỏi cuốn.
– Green Mango, “Cang Cua” sala, baby spinach & BBQ chicken with sate – Gỏi gà.
– Fried rice with lotus seeds, prawns, chicken, carrots & green peas folded in a fresh lotus leaf –
Cơm gói lá sen.
– Surprise seasonal dessert.