Different Types of Noodles in Vietnam

In our cooking class in Hoi An we learned of the many types of noodles that go into Vietnamese food.

Vietnamese noodle barCau Lao Noodles in the Market in Hoi An.  Cau Lao Noodles in the Market in HoiAnCau Lao Pork Noodle Dish, a Hoi An speciality.  Cau Lao Pork Noodle Dish, a Hoi An SpecialityA type of Vietnamese rice noodle called Bun. Vietnamese noodles: BunMaking rice noodles (bun) for salad rolls and soups.Making Rice Noodles for Salad Rolls in Hoi An, VietnamShrimp noodle soup on our Vietnamese brunch while cruising Halong Bay.Shrimp Noodle Soup for our Vietnamese Brunch while Cruising Halong BayMi Quang noodles. 
Vietnamese noodles: Mi QuangVietnamese noodles for Pho, the famous beef noodle soup.Vietnamese noodles for Pho, the famous Beef soupMy friend’s Pho soup with ‘beef balls’ and very thin slices of rare beef (and lots of hot sauce!)A spicy Vietnamese soupMy Pho soup with Thai basil, bean sprouts and hot sauce added. There are noodles under there somewhere.
Pho (beef noodle soup from Vietnam) with Thai basil, bean sprouts and hot sauce addedMore on our December 2013 trip to Vietnam.

One response to “Different Types of Noodles in Vietnam

  1. Pingback: Ms Vy’s Morning Glory Cooking Class in Hoi An, Vietnam | Albatz Travel Adventures·

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