Experiencing street food in Vietnam is one of the most fascinating things to do for culinary enthusiasts and Saigon is where the eateries and street vendors are relentlessly busy at any time of the day. “bap nuong” – a very popular snack among Saigonese, we will show you how to make it and where you can have the finest and most realistic taste of this rustic street food.
What is Vietnamese Grilled Corn?
Bap nuong is a simple yet unbelievably amazing street snack, and as the name suggests – it is freshly picked corn grilled on hot charcoal. The smoky scent of Grilled Corn will undoubtedly wake up your senses, and you can always tell there’s a Grilled Corn stall nearby due to the distinct aroma of husk-steamed corn.
The kernels are grilled just right to make them moist and tender. Often served with onion oil and fried little shrimps, Vietnamese Grilled Corn is an appetizing and affordable street food for everyone.
The sweetness of the corn, paired with the savory flavor of scallion oil and the smokey flavor of the grill make for a perfect dish.
How to make Vietnamese Grilled Corn
Grilled Corn is a pretty straightforward dish that you can make whenever on a picnic trip or a barbecue night, or simply to satisfy your craving.
Corn is the main ingredient of “bap nuong” and is often accompanied by onion oil, fried little shrimp to make the taste more savory. Just peel the corn husks to add some spices such as butter, salt or pepper, and your corn is ready to put on the griller.
Where to eat Vietnamese Grilled Corn in Saigon
Saigon is knowns as the Grilled Corn hub because you will find this mouthwatering street food in many alleys or sidewalks. Enjoying “bap nuong” in the open air and with the locals enables you to blend in Saigon frenetic energy.
Enjoy your trip in Vietnam with a delectable snack to have a better understanding of the Vietnamese lifestyle. Bap Nuong is a little-known local snack, but that doesn’t make it less worthy of a bite.
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