Xoi chien phong which is a special food in South Vietnam is known also as "Bloating fried sticky rice". It is made of lump of sticky rice which is as big as grapefruit. It is usually serve next to a plate of other dishes, like buttery roasted chicken
This dish is found and can be tasted in a star classified hotels in Ho Chi Minh City

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