Are you a fan of mouth-watering noodle soups? Then you should definitely try the famous fish noodle soup of Tan Chau silk village in An Giang province. This dish has been attracting visitors from all over with its unique combination of flavors.
Mekong Vietnam fish vermicelli is a popular dish in many regions, but the ones in Tan Chau silk village stand out with their diverse and delicious flavors. The broth, made with a special recipe, complements the sweet and tender meat of snakehead fish.
The vegetables served with the soup include water spinach, shaved cowpea, bean sprouts, laksa leaves, and cotton dandelion, which grows in abundance during the rainy season when the fish noodles taste their best.
Imagine the sizzle of frying fish, the aroma of lemongrass, and the steam rising from a hot bowl of Western fish vermicelli soup. This famous dish boasts a variety of colors and flavors, all with a delicious, rustic taste of the river. In Tan Chau town, shops selling fish noodles line the country roads to Tan Chau Trade Center, drawing visitors from near and far who can never forget the mouth-watering taste of “fish noodle” in this hometown.
To serve the best quality and most delicious fish noodle soup, the vendors in Tan Chau wake up early in the morning to prepare the necessary ingredients. They fry the fish, grill the squid, and chop the vegetables. The snakehead fish meat is boiled, then stir-fried with yellow turmeric and lemongrass, giving the soup its signature yellow color and aroma.
It was a truly delicious and satisfying experience. I can’t wait to come back and have it again – a customer said.
The skillful seasoning techniques of the vendors add more richness and character to the soup. The vermicelli is mixed with special herbs and spices, creating a taste that is truly unique to Tan Chau. Nowadays, the soup is also prepared with blood, rolls, and squid to add more flavor and texture.
The fish noodle soup is usually served with dipping sauces such as fish sauce, salt, and chili lemon, which add a spicy kick to every spoonful.
You can also order more snakehead fish or duck seeds to eat along with the soup, creating a well-rounded and satisfying meal.
The steaming hot bowl of fish noodle soup is a must-try for anyone visiting Tan Chau silk village. The soup’s delicious taste and unique combination of flavors will leave you wanting more. The spicy taste of chili fish sauce adds an extra dimension of flavor, making the dish even more memorable. So, if you ever find yourself in An Giang province, don’t forget to try the fish noodle soup of Tan Chau silk village.
Edit: Huynh Hieu Travel
Content: Thanh Bui & Huynh Hieu Travel
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