mi quang song

Learn Vietnamese Online – The Mì Quảng Song

This Music Video has attracted more 200,000 viewers on Youtube since it published on 2014.  “The Mi Quang Song” was filmed with comedy performance ideas, rap lyrics describe about the special Da Nang Noodles. The Young American Guy can eat three times “ Mi Quang” Noodle everyday with his friends or alone.

How many foods have their own song?

I don’t know about others but Mì Quảng indeed has a dope, bilingual song created by Ashlin Aronin who learn Vietnamese in Ho Chi Minh with #VLS and his friends.

They call the dish an ode to the most delicious noodles in the world. So what is Mì Quảng?

mi quang

Mì Quảng (also Mỳ Quảng) refers to Quảng style noodle because the dish originated from Quảng Nam Province in central Vietnam.

The dish is made with a particular type of wide, yellow rice noodle with slippery texture. To serve the dish, vegetables are placed atop of rice noodles in a bowl, then topped with pork, shrimp and finally, lukewarm broth and other extras . The broth is made by simmering the meat and bone in water, seasoned with fish sauce, black pepper, shallot and garlic. The broth is usually strongly flavoured and only a small amount of it is used to wet the noodles, creating roughly a 1–2 cm thick layer of broth at the bottom of the bowl.

 nguyen lieu mi quang

Mỳ Quảng’s ingredients.

Shrimp and pork are usually the proteins of choice, less common is chicken, followed by beef or fish. Extras include hard-boiled egg, crushed peanuts, chả (Vietnamese steamed pork sausage), chilli pepper or chilli sauce, fresh vegetables including: water mint, basil, morning glory, Vietnamese coriander, sliced banana flower, lettuce, fried shallot, and toasted sesame rice crackers called bánh tráng mè. Ingredients vary, but peanuts and bánh tráng are most commonly found in Mì Quảng and make the dish unique amongst other noodle dishes.

VLS team.

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