TRADITIONAL CAKES IN CAN THO CITY, VIETNAM - TOP SPECIALTIES AND FAMOUS DISHES ARE SET THE ASIAN RECORD VALUE

28-04-2023

(Worldkings.org) Can Tho is not only one of the most dynamic and developed cities in the Mekong Delta River, but it is also regarded as the cradle of Vietnamese culture and cuisine, with hundreds of exquisite and delectable traditional cakes. Despite their simple appearance, traditional cakes are a prominent highlight of Can Tho cuisine and cannot be ignored by visitors.

 

 

Can Tho, a city directly under the central government of Vietnam, is evaluated as a familiar and appealing destination by many local and global travelers thanks to its poetic and lyrical scenery. The Can Tho cuisine is well-known for hundreds of colorful, exquisite, and tasty traditional cakes that preserve the traditional cultural value of this region.

 

 

Can Tho’s traditional cakes have a long-established history and are made from natural ingredients such as rice, sticky rice, stem, coconut milk, etc., with numerous cooking recipes ranging from sweet cakes to savory cakes, filled to unfilled, wrapped in leaves or not, and available in a variety of round, flat, square, tower, and cylinder shapes, etc.

 

 

The majority of traditional cakes are wrapped in fresh banana leaves, coconut leaves, and dong leaves, or are shaped on jackfruit leaves, bamboo leaves, and so on. Rice flour and milled glutinous flour are combined to make these cakes, which are then crushed, packed, pressed, shaped, and baked or steamed. Each cake retains its own flavor, color, and subtlety.

 

 

People adore Can Tho's traditional cakes at any time of day, whether used as a snack, main course, or dessert to replenish energy. Not only are these cakes used to satisfy hunger, but they also preserve long-standing cultural values that need to be conserved, retained, and promoted.

 


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