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The 26 Best Authentic Vietnamese Recipes

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Authentic Vietnamese recipes became a reality when the noodle became popular around the 2BC.  Since then they have been a staple for everyday life. ✅ GET THE COMPLETE VIETNAMESE RECIPES HERE : https://ourbigescape.com/the-26-best-authentic-vietnamese-recipes/ 🔴 Subscribe to Our Big Escape Channel for more videos just like this: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCui8qQuvNXnj5ssL5Y9nDuA?sub_confirmation=1 The history of Vietnam dates back to around 12,000 BC, when the first indigenous settlers came to live in the Hong River Valley surviving through harvesting plants and hunting. Around 6000 years later the Vietnamese people began wet rice farming. The fertile lands of Vietnam already provided meat, fish, plants, and herbs, these staples being the base of traditional Vietnamese food. In the year 2BC, Vietnam would then go on to live under the reign of Chinese dynasties, this causing political unrest but also the birth of the noodle in Vietnam. Noodles are known to have been invented in China, around the time of the East Han Dynasty, being originally made from millet and other grains found native to China. Over time, recipes expanded to include rice, eggs, and wheat, these techniques then being exported to Vietnam. So, as the most traditional Vietnamese food is the noodle-based dish phở, you may presume that the dish existed 2,000 years ago. Actually, the dish was only invented in North Vietnam in the early 20th century. By this time, Vietnam was no longer ruled by China, and French colonialists had already arrived. From 1887 to 1954, Vietnamese traditional was heavily influenced by the fact that Vietnam was essentially a part of French Indochina. The fusion of noodles from China and herbs from France is what actually created the original phở dish, the dish being based on the French dish pot-au-feu, where beef bones are boiled with vegetables. This combined with authentic Vietnamese recipes has made the food only better. As early as 1900, street sellers would wonder the streets with barrels of soup, selling it to anyone interested, Chinese migrant workers love the dish that reminded them of being back home. ~~~ Social Media ~~~ 👥 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/World-Recipes/ 👥 Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/213884180293551 🐦 Twitter: https://twitter.com/aroadtotravel P Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ourbigescape
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