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Southern Vietnamese caramelized pork and eggs
|Alternative names||Thịt kho nước dừa|
Thịt kho tàu
|Place of origin||Vietnam|
|Main ingredients||Coconut juice, pork, and eggs|
Caramelized pork and eggs (Vietnamese: thịt kho hột vịt or thịt kho tàu) is a Vietnamese dish traditionally consisting of small pieces of marinated pork and boiled eggs braised in coconut juice.
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In the Vietnamese language, Thịt means "meat" and Kho is a Vietnamese cooking technique.
Although it is a familiar part of an everyday meal amongst the Vietnamese in Southern Vietnam, it is also one of the traditional dishes during Vietnamese New Year. Before it is served for general consumption, the food is offered đồ sộ deceased ancestors or family members on altars.
In Vietnam, rice is commonly served alongside this dish. It is similar đồ sộ tau yu bak (豆油肉), a traditional Hokkien dish.
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