6 rustic delicacies in Cu Chi country market

HO CHI MINH CITY In addition to dishes made from tapioca, Cu Chi rural market also has pancakes, grilled snakehead fish, and treats for diners.

The countryside market is one of the favorite destinations for tourists to go on a closed tour of Cu Chi, this place has about 10 compact stalls selling many rustic delicacies for diners to enjoy, the market is located under the shade of trees. The ancient trees and the bamboo and bamboo ramparts are surrounded by cool
The country market is one of the favorite destinations of tourists when going on a closed tour of Cu Chi . This place has 7 small stalls selling many delicious rustic dishes for diners to enjoy. The dining spot in the market is roofed with leaves, erected bamboo walls with the idyllic beauty of the southern countryside, surrounded by cool green bamboos and ramps.
The shops in the market are arranged on low bamboo tables, customers sit on chairs to choose dishes and then enjoy them on the spot or bring food to the nearby thatched roofs with seating arrangements and cool places.
The shops in the market are arranged on low bamboo tables, customers sit on chairs to choose dishes and then enjoy them on the spot or bring food to the nearby thatched roofs with seating arrangements and cool places.
Coming to Cu Chi, it is impossible to miss steamed tapioca with pandan leaves dipped with sesame salt, a rustic dish that any visitor should try when coming to the countryside of the ancient resistance.  After visiting the tunnels, visitors can buy soft, powdery and fragrant tapioca with pandan leaves for about 40,000 VND/kg.
Coming to Cu Chi, it is impossible to miss the steamed tapioca (cassava) with pandan leaves dipped with sesame salt, a dish that any visitor should try when coming to the ancient resistance countryside. After visiting the tunnels, visitors can visit the country market to buy soft steamed tapioca, sweet, powdery, and fragrant with pandan leaves for about 40,000 VND/kg. This stall also has more dishes of boiled taro and little ash cake, cheap cassava cake.
A dish that is loved by Northern diners when coming to the countryside market is spring rolls with soy sauce
A dish that is loved by Northern diners when coming to the countryside market is spring rolls with shrimp and meat dipped in sweet soy sauce, mixed with hot peppers, pickles, and fatty peanuts. The light dish has many green vegetables to eat very coolly, accompanied by boiled pork fat, soft steamed shrimp. Each book costs 8,000 VND.
One of the most expensive dishes in the country market is tapioca soup with a sweet and fatty taste, cooked from tapioca
One of the most popular dishes in the countryside market is tapioca soup with a sweet, greasy taste of coconut milk, seasoned to the mouth without the harshness of the tongue. The dish scored thanks to the soft-cooked potatoes, the fleshy taste, the sweet juice mixed with the chewy Banh powder, and the aroma of roasted peanuts. Each cup of tea costs 15,000 VND, can add ice if you like.
In addition to tapioca tea, the beverage stall also has cold ginseng water and corn silk
In addition to tapioca tea, the beverage stall in the country market also has cold ginseng water and ginseng for sale at an affordable price of 10,000-15,000 VND.
Each crispy, golden, fragrant, Southern-style pancake is a standout dish at the Cu Chi countryside market, the hot crust is filled with seasoned and sautéed sliced ​​pork, with the addition of cooked bean sprouts. next.  The dish is served with a variety of raw vegetables such as broccoli, lettuce, herbs, lettuce, toad leaves... dipped in salty fish sauce, spicy and sweet in harmony.
Guests can also try the fragrant yellow pancakes with a warm Southern flavor, with a thin, hot crust, the filling is made from chopped pork, seasoned with stir-fry, with the addition of raw bean sprouts mixed with it. The dish is served with a variety of raw vegetables such as broccoli, lettuce, herbs, lettuce, toad leaves… dipped in salty fish sauce, spicy and sweet in harmony.
Grilled snakehead fish is also known as a rustic and simple snakehead fish, which has existed for many generations.  From temporary food, eating and drinking to relieve hunger has now become a specialty in many southern provinces and cities.  Walking around the Cu Chi countryside market, visitors also encounter staff at the attraction grilling fish for guests to see and invite guests to enjoy at the table.  There is no need to scale or cut open the intestines to clean the intestines, but just wash it with salt water, find a strong tree, skewer the fish, find an empty area to plug into the ground, take dry straw in the field and burn it.
Grilled snakehead fish is also known as rustic straw fish, an idyllic dish that has existed for many generations. Walking around the Cu Chi countryside market, visitors also caught sight of the attraction staff grilling fish for guests to see. When the fish is buried in a pile of dry straw, it burns hotly, when the straw fades, it is also when the snakehead fish is cooked, shaved off the scorched black outer shell, the fish skin turns hot and fragrant, and emits the aroma of smoked straw. . Grilled fish served with raw vegetables, fresh vermicelli, rice paper rolls dipped in spicy fish sauce.