Speaking of typical dishes of Sapa – Northwest, we must mention Thang Co Sapa Vietnam. Many of you who hear this name for the first time will find it strange. What ingredients is this dish made of? This is a traditional Northwestern dish. Originated from the H’Mong people. In the past, people considered this to be a popular dish of the people. But now it has become a specialty of the Northwest. Thang Co Sapa is made mainly from meat, heart, liver, intestines, horse blood and spices such as cardamom, cinnamon, lemongrass, ginger… The Thang Co pot is always on the fire to keep the heat. “Just blow and eat”, where to eat, scoop it up there. So, when walking on a cold street, nothing warms the heart like a typical delicious bowl of thang co and a cup of fragrant corn wine.
The original Thang Co
The original Thang Co of the compatriots is processed from the organs of horses, which can be eaten without discarding anything. This dish has many different spices. Ginger, anise, cinnamon, cardamom, lemon leaves, tangerine peel, chili, wild pepper, etc. Cook with ingredients from horse until ripe then enjoy. However, the Thang Co dish cooked in restaurants for tourists is processed a little differently from the original dish of the H’Mong to increase its attractiveness and suit the taste of most people. When eating Thang Co Sapa Vietnam will be accompanied by many Northwest vegetables such as: mustard greens, kohlrabi… When cooking, use a large pan placed on the fire to cook while still hot. This is the typical cooking method of Thang Co Sapa that is different from the usual dishes.
Can eat thang co with cornbread, men men and especially enjoy thang co with a glass of delicious corn wine. To eat Thang Co properly, you must have a glass of Bac Ha corn wine or San Lung wine to feel all the warm flavors and culinary quintessence crystallized from the mountains. On cold days in Sapa Vietnam, you can enjoy a bowl of thang co with a cup of corn wine to warm your stomach, numb your tongue and feel more love for the people of the Northwest.
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