There are exquisite foods in Sapa that make the stomach "flame" with yearning just hearing the word; there are also a few names that appear alarming at first but are incredibly "addictive." If you have the oppor- tunity to go alone to this country of sunlight, flowers, and dew, don't miss out on all ten outstanding Sapa delicacies listed below.
Sapa is one of the sites with a significant elevation difference from sea level and frigid winters below sub-zero temperatures. It is ideal for growing salmon and sturgeon. As a result, Sapa sturgeon has solid, pink meat with less fat, but not too much fat like imported sturgeon.
Salads, grilled fish, hot pot... are all made with sturgeon. The most popular cuisine in Sapa is sturgeon hotpot. As a result, when people ask what to eat in Sapa, the response is sturgeon hotpot. A one-of-a-kind speciality dish found solely in Sapa cuisine.
Because of the chopped tubers, tomatoes, and pineapples, the sturgeon hotpot meal is juicy, simple to eat, low in fat, and never gets old. Sapa's vegetables are especially noted for being fresh and tasty when served with fresh vermicelli.
Sapa's Tay people have a specialty cuisine like this. This food's soul is obtained in the forest, where it is abundant and excellent during the rainy season. To produce the rolls, bamboo sprouts are boiled to make them clean and less bitter. The outside layer is then flexible enough to wrap the filling, which consists of minced chicken, onion head, black pepper, and fish sauce, into rolls. The bread should next be fried until crispy and golden. The right combination of crispy, bitter bean por- ridge, crunchy sugar, and sauce may please even the most discerning consumers.
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