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[Video] How To Cook Miến Gà

Sure, miến gà can be found at plenty of restaurants around Saigon and perhaps you’ve found a great place to grab a bowl of the chicken noodle soup. But what’s more impressive than being in the know? The ability to make it yourself.

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Vietnamese YouTube cook, Helen recently put up a video with step-by-step instructions on how to make a great bowl of miến gà and it’s a lot easier (and more fun) than you think!

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