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In this course you will learn how to make some of the most popular Vietnamese dishes enjoyed around the world including Pho, Bun Thit Nuong (a delicious pork noodle dish) and Vietnamese Spring Rolls.
Vietnamese cooking uses healthy ingredients and a wonderful mix of spices and sauces that light up the palate. In my course on Vietnamese cooking you will learn exactly how to make some of the tastiest Vietnamese foods in a step-by-step format.
I have designed the course to be simple to understand with clear illustrations, examples, and videos showing exactly how to prepare these dishes.
Pho is a famous dish that is recognized as a signature Vietnamese staple all around the world. Pho developed into it's current form over hundreds of years of cultivation by my ancestors, which is why it tastes so good. And while a seemingly simple soup, Pho is actually quite tricky to make correctly and takes some time to prepare. I will show you exactly how to do it the way my ancestors made it, which you can't learn from any book.
Bun Thit Nuong, the second dish that we will learn in the course, uses a special type of Vietnamese noodle called "Bun", which is native to the Hue region of Vietnam. The dish consists of pork seasoned with special Vietnamese spices, Vietnamese Spring Rolls, and various native herbs.
The final Vietnamese dish you will learn about in the course are fried Vietnamese Spring Rolls. These Spring Rolls are delicious by themselves and are also used in various other Vietnamese dishes.
In each section, you will learn the following:
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|Section 1: Introduction to Vietnamese Cooking|
|Exactly what you will learn in the course!|
|Section 2: How to Make Pho Like a Vietnamese Native|
|Learn the special ingredients that we need to make a perfect bowl of Pho, where to get those ingredients, and most important of all, how to blend them together for the best possible taste!|
|Learn how to get the Pho ribs ready to cook!|
|Secrets to making the most delicious ribs ever!|
|Secrets that nobody knows about that will make your Pho taste even better than what you can find in Vietnamese restaurants anywhere outside of Vietnam.|
|Learn how to blend in the special seasonings and spices that make Pho taste so goooood.|
|How to properly dish up a bowl of Pho and present it in traditional Vietnamese style.|
|Section 3: How to Cook Bun Thit Nuong Like a Vietnamese Native|
Bun Thit Nuong Ingredients and Preparing the Meat
|Learn the special ingredients needed to make a wonderful bowl of Bun Thit Nuong. Includes where to get the ingredients and how to prepare them for cooking.|
|How to properly cook and dish the special green onion sauce that we will use as a topping for the main dish.|
|How to properly cook the noodles and fish sauce to create the wonderful burst of flavors that make Vietnamese cuisine so delicious.|
|How to properly cook Bun noodles for maximum tastiness!|
|How to properly dish up and serve a beautiful bowl of Bun Thit Nuong in traditional Vietnamese style.|
|Section 4: How to Make Spring Rolls Like a Vietnamese Native|
|Learn the special ingredients in Vietnamese Spring Rolls and how to mix them into the meat for stuffing.|
|Learn a neat trick to wrap your spring rolls nice and tight so they never burst open while cooking!|
|How to properly cook our beautifully rolled and stuffed Vietnamese Spring Rolls.|
|Secrets to our Vietnamese Spring Roll Special Sauce!|
|How to correctly mix and cook the special sauce.|
|How to properly dish up our beautiful springs rolls and special sauce in traditional Vietnamese style.|
|Section 5: Course Summary|
|A final look at what we learned!|
I was born and raised in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and have been cooking all kinds of Vietnamese food since I was a little girl. I worked in the Vietnamese food industry for over ten years where I refined and expanded the cooking skills I learned at home. I specialize in Vietnamese soups and noodle dishes.
There are few, if any, Vietnamese dishes that I have not made at least once. My passion for Vietnamese cuisine and love of cooking drives my teaching. My goal is to instill a love for Vietnamese food in all of my students, while making learning how to cook it easy and fun.