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🍝Cơm rang (fried rice)

is a popular dish in Vietnam that originated in China. Vietnamese cooking–with its sweet, spicy, salty, sour, and bitter flavors–is heavily influenced by the Wu Xing philosophy with each flavor corresponding with earth, metal, water, wood, and fire, respectively, or the Five Elements. It is made from steamed rice stir-fried in a wok, often with other ingredients such as eggs, vegetables, and meat. As a home-cooked dish, fried rice typically is made with left over ingredients from other dishes, leading to countless variations. In Vietnam, different restaurants add extra ingredients their fried rice recipes. It is one of the many culinary pastimes of the city to argue over which variation and which shop has the best product. In Pho Time PB Restaurant, we serve fried rice with shrimp, carrot, peas and herbs #friedrice #comchien #comrang #chagio, #charam, #CrispyEggRolls, #EggRolls, #SpringRolls, #Vietnam#delicious,#Vietnamesefood,#Photimepb,,#eatVietnamesefood ,#foodie, #SanDiego #CA Source: ******************* For more information: Pho Time 🏠Address: 1820 Garnet Ave (b/w Kendall St & Lamont St.) San Diego, CA 92109 ☎Contact number: (858) 273 1664 And Follow us on: 💌Instagram: @photimepb

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