In fact, this dish is present in many other localities, but the taste in Bao Loc still has something very unique.
Bao Loc attracts customers travel with many interesting places to eat. Coming here, besides the specialties of the highland such as tea and coffee, visitors also fall in love with a series of attractive street foods, including Xuong Xuong.
Xuong is a strange but familiar dish. (Photo: Bao Loc location)
Not a strange dish, the arrangement is made from shredded green papaya, served with sweet and sour sauce and some beef jerky and pork liver. Listening to the description, this dish is no different from papaya salad, which is very popular in the Central and Southern regions.
However, Bao Loc’s version is a blend of typical flavors of the two regions to create a dish with its own attractions.
Bao Loc’s famous dish has many similarities with papaya salad in the Central or the South. (Photo: Didauvui)
The name arrangement was born from street vendors, who called it by the way of arranging ingredients and spices on a plate before serving to customers.
The bottom layer is shredded papaya that has been soaked in salt water to soften, followed by shredded beef or beef liver, pork liver with five spices, on top is chopped herbs and some roasted peanuts and pickles. .
Still familiar ingredients, but why is the arrangement so attractive to tourists? (Photo: Didauvui)
The arrangement of Bao Loc is different in the sauce. If normal papaya salad is mixed with sweet and sour diluted fish sauce, here, people make tamarind sauce with a moderate sour taste, blending with the salty – sweet – spicy taste of fish sauce. , sugar and chili make the dish easy to please diners.
Unique Bao Loc arrangement in the sauce. (Illustration)
Picking up a chopstick soaked in the sauce, visitors will feel the cool taste of young papaya, dried beef, chewy and spicy, beef liver, sweet fatty pork liver, and peanuts.
The flavors all blend together harmoniously, creating a delicious dish that is hard to resist.
In addition to the above ingredients, Xo Xuong is also served with shrimp crackers. (Illustration)
Because it is a popular dish, Xoi Xuong is popularly sold on the streets of Bao Loc with the price of “chestnuts”, from 15,000 VND – 20,000 VND. However, Xuong Xuong is always on the list of snacks to try when coming to this highland city.
According to VTC
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