Top 5 Vietnamese Street Food Cookbooks and Recipe Books

Food Photo of Bowl of Vietnamese Bun Thit Nuong with Vietnamese Woman with Conical Hat and Shoulder Pole in the Background in Hoi An, Vietnam

Can’t get to Vietnam yet but have a craving for its street food? Do not worry! With these cookbooks on Vietnamese street food, you can enjoy the tastes of Vietnam from the comfort of your own home. 

You can eat your way through these textbooks without ever leaving your house. They teach you the basics of traditional Vietnamese street food, from simple restaurants to food carts with plastic tables and chairs. 

So don’t wait; discover Vietnam’s unique flavors right now!

Lemongrass, Ginger and Mint Vietnamese Cookbook: Classic Vietnamese Street Food Made at Home

Lemongrass, Ginger and Mint Vietnamese Cookbook: Classic Vietnamese Street Food Made at Home

This book provides a comprehensive guide to preparing authentic Vietnamese street food at home. 

The recipes are easy to follow, and the finished dishes taste just like they came from a restaurant. Not only that, but this book also gives readers an insight into Vietnamese culture. Author Linh Nguyen shares her experiences growing up in northern Vietnam and provides readers with the history behind each recipe. 

I highly recommend this cookbook to anyone who loves Vietnamese cuisine and wants to learn more about the culture behind the food.

Street Food Vietnam: Noodles, salads, pho, spring rolls, banh mi & more

Street Food Vietnam: Noodles, salads, pho, spring rolls, banh mi & more

This cookbook is an absolute must-have for anyone interested in Vietnamese street food.

Jerry Mai is a master of the cuisine and takes the reader on a culinary journey through the streets of Vietnam.

With 70 recipes and stunning photography, this cookbook is a great way to capture the flavor of Vietnamese street food at home. The gonzo imagery of the country will have you dreaming of your next trip.

This is the perfect book for someone who likes to travel without leaving home or for someone who wants to remember a trip with a special dish.

Real Vietnamese Cooking: Everyday Favorites from the Street to the Kitchen

Real Vietnamese Cooking: Everyday Favorites from the Street to the Kitchen

If you’re curious about the exotic flavors of Vietnam, this cookbook is an absolute necessity. With 88 recipes at your disposal, you can learn to make all the staples like banh mi sandwiches and pho, as well as some of the country’s lesser-known meals. 

In Real Vietnamese Cooking, the authors tell interesting stories about how Vietnamese food came to be, and their own stories help the reader understand the country’s unique culture. 

This cookbook is a must-have for anyone who wants to cook authentic Vietnamese food at home, whether they are a professional chef or have never cooked before.

Pleasures of the Vietnamese Table

Pleasures of the Vietnamese Table: Recipes and Reminiscences from Vietnam's Best Market Kitchens, Street Cafes, and Home Cooks

Pleasures of the Vietnamese Table is a fun and interesting cookbook that shows how the different and interesting flavors of Vietnam can be used in cooking. 

Mai Pham, a chef and restaurateur, offers more than 100 recipes for traditional foods such as green mango salad, shrimp with caramelized garlic, and the well-known pho. 

With its interesting stories and pictures, this cookbook is a must-have for any home cook who wants to bring the traditional flavors of Vietnam into their kitchen.

Vietnamese Street Food

Vietnamese Street Food

Vietnamese Street Food is a terrific cookbook full of genuine and tasty Vietnamese dishes. 

Recipes include both traditional fare like noodle soup and crab wontons and fresh interpretations of old favorites like rice paper rolls and prawn skewers. 

The images that accompany the recipes are an excellent visual aid. Insights into the backgrounds and histories of the people who manage some of the most renowned street stalls are also included in the book. 

In sum, if you’re curious about the incredible flavors of Vietnamese street food, this cookbook is a must-have.

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