Press – traditional Gio Glutinous rice cake


My article on Afamily – the most searched recipes in Vietnam – about gio-glutinous-rice-cake. Gio means ash, the cake is named after it because it’s the ash from burning herbs is an irreplaceable part of it, a humble traditional and subtle cake mastered by my grand-mum.

We couldn’t find this amazing version in the market. Now a day, people commercialise it and the quality is alarming. Long to the Tet – vietnamese new year to taste it again.

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Huyen Chi was born in a foodie family and trained to cook at 6 year old. At 8 year old, she started to manage her family kitchen: planning meal, purchasing ingredients and cooking. She learnt first from mum but much more from grand-dad, the head-chef of the the family, an army nurse who travelled from place to place, tasted local food and cooked it. http://huyenchi11.com/about/

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