Bắp Nướng Mỡ Hành – GRILLED CORN WITH GREEN ONION OIL – VIETNAMESE SIMPLE FOODS
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Although corn is not a major part in Vietnamese food. It is ignorant to label it as not part of any Vietnamese dish. While it is not popular in many restaurants or dine out places, corn is a part of Vietnamese home cooking. Especially in parts of vietnam where corn is grown.
Bap nuong mo hanh, or grilled corn with green onion oil, is a well known street food that is commonly found. It is easy and tasty! especially when grilled over wood charcoal the traditional way.
The scent of charcoal gives the corn a robust flavor. The flavored green onion oil adds extra flavor and aroma to the corn. This messy corn on the cob dish is similar to the mexican corn elote.
The corn in Vietnam is not as sweet as corns in the states. The texture for the corn in vietnam is more chewy in and milder in taste.
Enjoy more corn videos ahead!