|Alternative names||Thịt kho nước dừa|
|Place of origin||China|
|Region or state||Southern Vietnam|
|Main ingredients||Coconut water, pork, and eggs|
Caramelized pork and eggs : Thịt kho tàu) is a Vietnamese dish consisting of marinated pork and boiled eggs braised in coconut juice.(Vietnamese
Although it is a normal everyday dish in southern Vietnam,it is also one of the traditional foods during Tết (or Lunar New Year). Before the dish is served for general consumption, the dish is offered to deceased ancestors or family members on altars.
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