Tuesday, 14 October 2008

Sour Fish Soup a Dazzling Combination of Textures, Flavors

The Dish
Substantial, nutritious and colorful, Saigon's signature sour fish soup represents the abundance of South Vietnam in a bowl, cookbook author Andrea Nguyen says. Known as canh chua ca, the bowl features tomato, pineapple, bean sprouts, okra and taro stem in a tart and salty fish broth with browned garlic and green herbs sprinkled on top. ...
... Saigon—as mostVietnamese continue to refer to Ho Chi Minh City—is a thriving metropolis: hot, crowded, vibrant and utterly dazzling. "Saigon's all about living larger. Everything's bigger and louder" there than it is in the north, says AndreaNguyen, aVietnamese- American food writer and author of the cookbook, "Into the Vietnamese Kitchen." ...

Read: Canh Chua Ca - Saigon's iconic sour soup is 'wild and woolly'; By ROBYN ECKHARDT, on WSJ.com




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