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Vietnamese rice: Famous rice that you should try

White rice is the source of daily carb intake in many people’s diets, especially Asians. Likewise, Vietnamese rice, with appetizing flavor and aroma, is now the choice of many rice eaters around the world.

Vietnamese rice: An overview

Vietnam has been one of the leading rice exporters in the global market for the past few years. Hence, Vietnamese rice with high quality and reasonable prices is now adored by many rice eaters around the world

Vietnamese rice: Origin

No one knows the exact time when Vietnamese rice was created. However, many archeologists have found evidence indicating that Vietnamese rice existed in the Van Lang civilization, around 208-179 BC. 

From there, Vietnamese farmers have continuously developed cultivating methods, instruments to create many famous Vietnamese rice varieties. Vietnamese rice is also the main ingredient in creating many Vietnamese delicacies like Banh Chung, Banh Giay, etc.

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Vietnamese rice: Origin

Vietnamese rice: Famous types

Nowadays, Vietnamese rice is the pride of Vietnam in the rice market. Vietnam is now one of the largest rice exporting countries in the world. Vietnamese rice is not only consumed by domestic consumers but also by many foreigners around the world. Compared to other types of rice like Thai rice, Indian rice, in general, Vietnamese rice is more affordable and has a higher quality that appeals to everybody

Here are the most popular varieties of Vietnamese rice that everyone should try:

ST25 rice

ST25 rice is a type of ST line varieties created by Ho Quang Cua- a Vietnamese engineer. In 2019, this Vietnamese rice won the prize for the best type of rice in the world. The name ST is taken from Soc Trang province – the birthplace of this rice, located in the Mekong Delta. When cooked, ST25 rice is delightfully tender with a pandan-leave fragrance. Even when the cooked rice is cooled, it’s still tender to eat. ST25 rice can be added to the daily meals of everybody.

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ST25 rice

Nang Hoa rice 

Nang Hoa rice belongs to Jasmine rice varieties, now widely cultivated in Long An, Bac Lieu, in the South of Vietnam. This Vietnamese rice has a unique aroma and flavor that distinguish it from other types of rice. When cooked, Nang Hoa rice has a sweet, chewy texture and a long-lasting fragrance. Nowadays, Vietnamese Nang Hoa rice is an indispensable part of the diets of many people, especially Asians.

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Nang Hoa rice 

Nep Cai Hoa Vang rice

Another popular Vietnamese rice is Nep Cai Hoa Vang rice, a variety of sticky rice. Different from other sticky rice varieties with white pollen, the pollen of this rice plant is yellow, hence creating its name “Nep Cai Hoa Vang”.  Nep Cai Hoa Vang rice grain is fairly short, round, and has a milky white color. When cooked, the rice becomes sticky, chewy, and has a delightful scent. Nep Cai Hoa Vang rice is now the choice of many consumers in Asia countries such as Vietnam, Japan, China, Thailand, Korea, etc. This type of rice is also an important ingredient to create many traditional cuisines in Vietnam.

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Nep Cai Hoa Vang rice

Vietnamese rice: Famous cuisine

Throughout history, from Vietnamese rice, people have created many traditional cuisines.

Banh Chung and Banh Tet

Banh Chung and Banh Tet are two traditional cakes that are usually eaten on the Tet holiday – The Vietnamese new year’s eve. Banh Chung has a square shape while Banh Tet has a cylinder shape. Though different in names and shapes, the two cakes are made from the same ingredients. The crust is made from sticky rice – a type of Vietnamese rice while the filling is filled with yellow beans and belly pork. Both cakes are then wrapped in green banana leaves or dong leaves and boiled for several hours. Banh Chung and Banh Tet are tastiest when eaten with vegetable pickles.

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Banh Chung and Banh Tet

Sticky rice

Sticky rice or Xoi in Vietnamese is a traditional Vietnamese rice dish. Sticky rice can be made into many dishes with an appetizing flavor. For breakfast, people can eat white sticky rice with sausages, meat, eggs, etc. For special meals, people can make some sticky rice dishes like Momordica sticky rice, green bean sticky rice, etc. Sticky rice is a special cuisine that everyone should try when visiting Vietnam.

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Sticky rice

Com Tam 

Com Tam is a famous cuisine made from Vietnamese rice that everyone should try. Com Tam means broken rice in Vietnamese. The dish used to be popular among poor laborers owing to its affordable price. Nowadays, Com Tam has become the famous Vietnamese street food and is adored by many people. Com Tam is usually served with grilled ribs, egg sausages, and vegetable pickles.

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Com Tam 

Vietnamese rice: Famous brands

These are some famous Vietnamese rice brand names that you should try.

Far east rice mill Vietnamese rice

Far east rice mill ambition is to produce the best quality Vietnamese rice for the customers. Through a well-established network of manufacturers and associate processors, the company now supplies high-quality food and agricultural products at the best prices.

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Far east rice mill Vietnamese rice

K-Agriculture Factory Vietnamese rice 

Another famous brand name in providing Vietnamese rice is K-Agriculture Factory. Having over 25 years of exporting white rice, K-Agriculture Factory is one of the most famous rice suppliers in Vietnam. K-Agriculture Factory also possesses HACCP and ISO certificates to guarantee their products’ quality. 

If you want to purchase Vietnamese rice, contact us via:

Email: info@k-agriculture.com

Website: k-agriculture.com

WhatsApp: +84855555694

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K-Agriculture Factory Vietnamese rice 

Lotus Vietnamese rice

Cultivated with care, passion, and Education in the best environment of the Mekong Delta, Lotus Vietnamese rice has a distinctive flavor and aroma that appeal to any rice consumer. With high quality, white rice from Lotus rice is now consumed in many markets like the USA, England, France, Germany, Spain, Middle East, Africa, Australia, Philippines, etc.

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Lotus Vietnamese rice

In conclusion, every Vietnamese rice has its taste and fragrance to cater to different rice eaters so you should try some of them to find out the most suitable one. 

 

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