We’re Calling It – This Will Be The Next Big Food Trend In Malta

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We’re Call­ing It – This Will Be The Next Big Food Trend In Malta
It needs to hap­pen

We’ve had food in a jar, amaz­ing Mex­ic­an street food, any meat that can be pulled, and even a pas­tizzi fla­vour revolu­tion; but we’re pre­dict­ing one food-craze in Malta that is per­haps the longest over­due.

We believe that prop­er, soul-warm­ing Viet­namese food will be the next big thing – phở real.

Here’s why:

1. It’s a healthy altern­at­ive to Chinese food
We’re all pain­fully aware that Maltese people need to became a lot more health con­scious, so this will be a wel­come altern­at­ive to Chinese take aways.

Viet­namese food is con­sidered one of the health­i­est foods world­wide, rely­ing on fresh herbs and spices to improve fla­vour. They also use loads of veget­ables in their dishes, and unlike the ones you’d find in your chow mein, you know they’re fresh and have been cooked recently, so you can eat feel­ing vir­tu­ous.

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2. Bánh mì is a deli­ciously cheap meal
Banh mì, or Viet­namese-filled baguettes, is a pro­duct of colo­ni­al­ism – and we know a bit about that! When the French were in Viet­nam they would put whatever they could find in their loc­al mar­ket into a baguette and eat it on the go.

Like a health­i­er ver­sion of the hemendċis baguette you’d get in the shop around the corner, this meal is filling and tasty. You have your meat or tofu, plus cucum­ber, cori­ander, car­rot, daikon radish, may­on­naise, and chil­lis for those who like a little spice – all inside a fresh baguette. #Yum

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3. Phở is filling and crazy good
Phở is a clear noodle soup, plus your choice of meat or tofu and a ton of fresh veget­ables like car­rots, bro­coli, mush­rooms and spring onion, as well as a small plate of bean sprouts, lem­ons, jalapen­os, mint, cori­ander and lem­on to add extra fla­vour to the dish if you’d like. A bowl of this fra­grant good­ness will leave you full and sat­is­fied without feel­ing at all bloated. Plus the meal is appar­ently only 400 – 500 cal­or­ies.

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4. Viet­namese cof­fee is great for any­one with a sweet tooth
Viet­namese iced cof­fee, also known as cà phê đá, can also be served hot. It usu­ally con­tains sweetened con­densed milk, which makes it taste like you’re drink­ing Baileys with a caf­feine boost.

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5. It’s good for people on restric­ted diets
Again – this would be great for Malta see­ing as we’re not yet too hot on res­taur­ants cater­ing for var­ied diet­ary needs. Because the food is so simply made, it’s great for people who, for whatever reas­on, are restric­ted in terms of what they eat.

They have lots of veget­ari­an options, and are happy to use tofu instead of meat. Pretty much all of the food is dairy free, which is great for those who are lactose intol­er­ant or vegan. Most of the dishes are nat­ur­ally glu­ten free, using rice noodles, rice paper and rice flour instead, so that’s coeli­acs sor­ted.

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6. There’s vir­tu­ally no com­pet­i­tion
If there is a Viet­namese res­taur­ant in Malta, we’re not-so-bliss­fully unaware of it. Someone needs to jump on this food craze wait­ing to hap­pen and thank us later for start­ing up the hype.

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Aħna qed sse­j­jaħ dan — dan se tkun li jmiss Big Ikel Trend F’Malta
Jeħtieġ li jiġri

Aħna kellna ikel fil-vażett, aqwa ikel triq Messik­ani, kwalunk­we laħam li jist­għu jiġu miġbuda, u anke rivoluzz­joni togħma pas­tizzi; imma aħna qed ibassru ikel jixxaqqaqx wieħed f’Malta li hija for­si l-itwal kien messhom saru.

Aħna nemmnu li sup­post, tisħin-ruħ ikel Vjet­nam­iż se tkun li jmiss big ħaġa — Phở reali.

Hawn għaliex:

1. Huwa altern­at­tiva b’saħħitha għall-ikel Ċin­iż
Aħna koll­ha bi tbati­ja konxji li n-nies Malt­in jeħtieġ li saret ħafna aktar konxji tas-saħħa, u għal­hekk din se tkun altern­at­tiva mer­ħba li jieħ­du aways Ċin­iżi.

ikel Vjet­nam­iż huwa kkun­sidrat bħala wieħed mill-ikel mas-saħħa mad­war id-din­ja, bil­li bbażat ruħha fuq ħwawar friski u ħwawar biex ite­jbu fla­vor. Dawn jużaw ukoll tagħbiji­et ta ħxejjex plat­ti tagħhom, u kun­trar­ja­ment għall-dawk youd ssib fil mein chow tiegħek, inti taf dawn qed frisk u ssa­jjrux reċente­ment, sabiex inti tista’ tiekol tħos­sok vir­tuż.

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2. Mi Banh huwa ikla deli­ciously irħis
Mi banh, jew baguettes Vjet­nam­iż mim­li­ja, huwa pro­dott ta kolon­jaliżmu — u nafu ftit dwar dan! Meta l-Franċiżi kienu fil-Vjet­nam li jpoġġi liema jkunu jist­għu jsibu fis-suq lokali tagħhom fi baguette u jieklu fuq il-go.

Bħal ver­ż­joni b’saħħithom ta l-hemendċis baguette youd jiks­bu fil-ħanut tal-kan­tuni­era, dan ikla huwa mili u fit-togħma. Inti għandek laħam tiegħek jew tofu, flimki­en ma ħjara, kos­bor, zun­nar­i­ja, ravan­ell daikon, may­on­naise, u chil­lis għal dawk li jħob­bu ftit ħwawar — koll­ha ġewwa baguette frisk. #Yum

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3. Phở huwa mili u tajba crazy
Phở huwa sop­pa ċara noodle, flimki­en ma l-għażla tiegħek ta’ laħam jew tofu u ton ta ħaxix frisk bħal kar­rot­ti, Bro­coli, faqqiegħ u basla rebbiegħa, kif ukoll plakka żgħira ta bean sprouts, lumi, jalapen­os, nagħniegħ, kos­bor u lumi biex iżidu t-togħma żejda għall-dixx jekk inti tix­tieq. A sku­tel­la ta dan l-good­ness fra­granti ser tħal­lik sħiħa u sod­isfat­ti mingħajr ma tħos­sok fil-liv­el­li koll­ha min­fuħ. Plus l-ikla hija appar­ente­ment biss 400 – 500 kal­or­iji.

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4. kafè Vjet­nam­iż huwa kbir għal kull min ħelu
kafè silġ Vjet­nam­iż, magħru­fa wkoll bħala DJA PHE Ca, tista wkoll tiġi noti­fikata sħun. Huwa nor­mal­ment fih ħalib ikkondens­at biz, li jagħmil­ha togħma bħal int tixrob Baileys bi spinta kaf­feina.

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5. Huwa tajjeb għall-per­suni fuq dieti ris­tret­ti
Għal darb’oħra — dan ikun kbir għal Malta jaraw kif aħna qed għad­hom mhux wisq sħan fuq ris­tor­anti cater­ing għall-bżon­niji­et tad-dieta var­jata. Minħab­ba li l-ikel ikun hekk sem­pliċe­ment magħmu­la, huwa kbir għal nies li, għal kwalunk­we raġuni, huma ris­tret­ti f’termini ta dak li jieklu.

Huma għand­hom lot­tiji­et ta għażli­et veġetar­jana, u huma kun­tenti li jużaw tofu min­flok ta’ laħam. Pretty ħafna koll­ha ta l-ikel huwa ħalib ħieles, li huwa kbir għal dawk li huma intoller­anti lat­tos­ju jew vegan. Ħafna mill-plat­ti huma nat­ur­al­ment mingħajr glu­tina, bl-użu tal­jar­ini ross, karta ostja u dqiq tar-ross min­flok, b’tali mod li coeli­acs magħżu­la.

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6. prat­tika­ment M’hemm l-ebda kom­petizz­joni
Jekk ikun hemm restor­ant Vjet­nam­iż f’Malta, aħna mhux qed daqstant bliss­fully konxji ta dan. Xi ħadd jeħtieġ li tiżdied fuq dan il-jixxaqqaqx ikel sten­ni­ja biex dan iseħħ u nir­rin­grazzja magħna aktar tard għall tistartja l-hype.