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Chạo tôm is a traditional Vietnamese dish that comes from the Huế region of Central Vietnam. It consists of shrimp surimi grilled on a sugar cane stick. It is often presented as a dish during large banquets prepared for weddings, holidays, or similar special events.
|Place of origin||Vietnam|
|Region or state||Huế region of Central Vietnam|
|Main ingredients||Bún (rice vermicelli), mung beans, shredded carrot and lettuce, mint, and crushed peanuts|
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