5+ winter snacks to help your body become warmer


Winter snacks are being interested by many young people. Winter is near, the need to eat warm food is very hot. There are many delicious winter cakes, baked corn, baked potatoes are sold on the street sidewalks. Street food is also enjoyed by many young people. Today, let’s follow Dung Ha Dry Food to find out 5+ winter snacks to help your body become warmer !

1. What are winter snacks?

Junk food is the generic name for all the food you can eat at any time. The strength of these products is that they are pre-processed, packaged and ready to use. Besides, summer snacks and winter snacks are also different dishes. If the summer is hot and you prefer cold foods and drinks to quench your thirst, the opposite is true in winter. People began to love hot foods to help their bodies become warmer. Winter food will also help you eat easily, dispel the cold of the early winter winds.


Every season has its own characteristics and beauty. Some people love the hot sun of Hanoi. Some people love the freezing cold of winter. Winter snacks will help you recharge, add essential nutrients to the body. In addition, winter dishes attract a lot of young people. Cheap price, variety of genres and easy to find in the market.

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2. Delicious winter snacks

2.1 Red bean porridge

Referring to the cold winter, when you come home from work, having a bowl of red bean porridge to eat will help your stomach feel less sluggish. Eating porridge is always delicious, easy to eat and warm to the stomach. With the main ingredient being red beans, it will help you absorb all the essential nutrients. Red beans are extremely good for all ages and genders. Eating red bean porridge will help your cardiovascular system be more stable. With a lot of nutritional value will help your body to load more vitamin content. Good for the digestive system . Preventing constipation is extremely effective.

2.1.1 How to make red bean porridge Materials:
  • Plain rice: 1/2 bowl
  • Red beans : 150g
  • Coconut stroll: 150gr
  • Pandan leaves: 5 leaves How to do it
  • Wash the rice. Soak the rice in warm water for 2-3 hours to soften the rice
  • Wash red beans. Soak in warm water for 25-35 minutes to make the beans soft and easy to cook
  • Pineapple leaves washed
  • Put the grated coconut in a cloth bag with 1 bowl of warm water. Proceed to squeeze out the water to get the coconut milk
  • Put the red beans and water in the pot and cook until the beans are soft
  • When the beans are soft, add rice + pandan leaves and cook with red beans
  • If the porridge is thick, you can add a little water and stir well to avoid the porridge on the bottom.
  • When the porridge has expanded, take out the pandan leaves
  • Cook for about 15 minutes, then turn off the heat, scoop out into a small bowl and enjoy
  • Which bowl to eat, please put the coconut milk and stir them up and enjoy. If you want it sweeter, you can add more sugar depending on the serving size.


After a tiring day at work. Having a bowl of red bean porridge made by mother’s own hand will surely dispel the fatigue and stress that are surrounding. A dish that warms the body and fills you up is great.

2.2 Dried bean paste

Perhaps, dried bean curd is used more in hot pot dishes. But few people dare to put dried bean curd in winter snacks. Bean paste contains a lot of essential protein content. You can use deep fried bean curd and eat it very well. Eating bean curd will help you lose weight extremely effectively. Not just a popular ingredient in hot pot dishes. Bean paste can also be made into many delicious dishes that provide you with all the essential nutrients.

2.2.1 Dried bean paste mixed with sweet and sour Preparation materials
  • 3 packs of dried bean curd
  • celery plant
  • 1 carrot
  • 1 tablespoon sesame oil
  • 3 cloves of minced garlic
  • 1 tbsp main noodles
  • 4 tablespoons fish sauce
  • 2 spoons of sugar
  • 3 tablespoons rice vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon soy sauce Implementation steps
  • Divide the bean paste into 4 equal parts. Soak in warm water at night to soften and cook easily
  • Celery washed, root removed, cut into pieces
  • Carrots are peeled, washed, and cut into thin strips
  • Peeled garlic, minced finely
  • Boil the water, drop the bean scum + celery + carrot into the boiled water together. Remove to basket, drain. Put it in a bowl of ice water so that when you eat it, you can feel the crunchiness of each ingredient
  • Make sweet and sour sauce including: 250ml boiling water + 4 spoons of fish sauce + 3 spoons of vinegar + minced garlic + 2 spoons of sugar + 1 spoon of soy sauce + 1 spoon of noodles. Stir the sauce mixture well until the ingredients are evenly mixed. Taste to see if it suits your taste or not
  • Finally, add the dried bean curd to the sweet and sour sauce mixture and enjoy

With this sweet and sour bean paste, when enjoying, it will have a sweet and sour taste that is easy to eat. 

2.3 Fried spring rolls

Fried spring rolls are a specialty of Hanoi people. Fried spring rolls appear a lot in banquets, anniversaries, family meals or a nutritious snack. The filling of fried spring rolls is extremely diverse. With the main ingredients being wood ear, vermicelli, chicken eggs, etc. When enjoying fried spring rolls, you not only feel delicious. Along with that, it also gives you a lot of health benefits from the ingredients in spring rolls. A spring roll cut into 4 parts, dipped with dipping sauce on a cold afternoon will help your belly be warmer.

2.3.1 How to make spring rolls Preparation materials Implementation steps
  • You should wash the pork shoulder under the tap. Wash with diluted salt water to remove dirt and fishy odors
  • Put the pork shoulder into the blender, proceed to puree the pork shoulder
  • Onions washed. Cut into lead shapes. Peeled carrots, washed, cut into lead shapes
  • The vermicelli is soaked in warm water for about 7 minutes to make the vermicelli soft and easy to cut
  • Shiitake + wood ear you also soak with warm water for the mushrooms to open and proceed to chop
  • Bean sprouts + scallions + coriander you also wash and chop
  • Combine all of the above in a large bowl. Crack 2 eggs in, wear plastic gloves and proceed to mix this mixture together. 
  • Spread rice paper rolls on a clean tray, add the ingredients just mixed in and proceed to roll. You should not wrap too tightly because when frying spring rolls, it is easy to burst
  • Roll until you run out of ingredients, then stop
  • Put the pan on the stove, put the oil in the pan. You should add cooking oil to the spring rolls and proceed to fry the spring rolls. Fry with high heat so that the spring rolls don’t get too much oil when eating
  • Fried spring rolls can be kept for 2 days. You can fry spring rolls briefly and then store them in the refrigerator, when using, skip frying again


This dish has just finished frying, it’s true that it’s all good to eat it with your hands!

2.4 Pillow cake

Pillow cake is a traditional Vietnamese snack. Called pillow cakes because their outer shell is very similar to a sleeping pillow. Inside, there is a filling similar to fried spring rolls. Because of the crispy aroma of the crust, the attractive flavor of the cake has made many foodies fall in love. In the cold winter of Hanoi, enjoying the hot, crispy pillow cake is something that many tourists enjoy. 

2.4.1 How to make meatloaf Preparation materials

Making the crust:

To make the cake:

  • Minced pork: 250g
  • Quail eggs : 7 eggs
  • Onion: 1 piece
  • Carrot : 1 piece
  • Beans : 1 tuber
  • Green onions : 5 branches
  • Purple onion: 5 pieces
  • Wood ear: 15gr
  • Noodles: 100gr
  • Seasoning: Sesame oil, sugar, salt, pepper , seasoning, monosodium glutamate, oyster sauce Implementation steps
  • Boil quail eggs, peel. Store in a clean bowl
  • Add 250g flour + 25g cornstarch + 1 teaspoon sugar + 1 teaspoon salt + 1 teaspoon turmeric. Mix these flours together
  • Put 60ml of fresh milk + 1 egg + 1 spoon of butter + 1 spoon of cooking oil into the dough
  •  Proceed to knead the dough for about 10 minutes until the dough is smooth and does not stick to your hands. Let the dough rest for about 20-30 minutes
  • Add 1 tablespoon of cooking oil + minced shallot + minced meat + wood ear + onion + carrot + finely chopped vermicelli and stir-fry on low heat
  • Stir-fry for about 2 minutes, add 1 teaspoon of sugar + 1 teaspoon of salt + 1 teaspoon of seasoning + 1 teaspoon of monosodium glutamate + 1 teaspoon of pepper + 2 tablespoons of oyster sauce + 1 teaspoon of sesame oil + onions, stir and turn off the heat.
  • Take the dough out and start rolling the dough with a thickness of 1-1.2cm. Use the bottom of the cup to press on the dough to form a round dough
  • Put the finished cake filling in the previous step into the center of the dough. Put 1 quail egg on top. Use fresh milk to apply around the dough to create stickiness. Wrap the cake 
  • Put the pan on the stove, cover the cake with cooking oil and continue to fry for about 5-7 minutes until the cake is golden, then take it out, drain the oil and enjoy.
  • Mix dipping sauce: 2 spoons of fish sauce + 4 spoons of filtered water + 4 spoons of sugar + 1 spoon of vinegar + 1 spoon of minced garlic + chili powder and stir well. (You can cut kohlrabi or papaya very thinly and add to eat together.)


2.5 Hot Casters

The weather in Hanoi turns cold, but enjoying a bowl of steaming hot cakes is great. This easy-to-eat, light-weight cake is sure to make you dare not turn down invitations from colleagues. The rising smoke immediately stimulated an hungry stomach at 5 pm. Eating a bowl of hot cakes while waiting for the traffic to clear in Hanoi isn’t necessarily a bad idea.

2.5.1 How to make delicious steamed hot cakes Preparation materials
  • Rice flour: 200gr
  • Tapioca flour : 200gr
  • Glutinous flour: 50gr
  • Minced pork: 200gr
  • Black wood ear : 20gr
  • Coriander : 10g
  • Minced garlic: 3 cloves
  • Minced chili: 2
  • Purple onion : 2 pieces
  • Cooking oil: 1 tablespoon
  • Vinegar: 1 tablespoon
  • Fish sauce: 2 tablespoons
  • Seasoning: sugar/salt/pepper Implementation steps
  • Soak cat mushrooms + shiitake mushrooms in warm water to make them easy to cook. Cut off the bottom of the mushroom, wash and finely chop
  • Put the pan on the stove, fry the minced purple onion until fragrant. When the onion turns yellow, remove 1/2 of the onion into a bowl and keep it separate. Put minced pork + shiitake + melasma on the island and stir until cooked again
  • Add 1 teaspoon of fish sauce + 1 teaspoon of salt + 1 teaspoon of pepper. Continue stirring for about 10 minutes
  • Put in the pot 200gr rice flour + 200gr tapioca flour + 50gr glutinous rice flour + 1 liter of water. Stir the flour mixture thoroughly so that there are no lumps. Put the pot of flour on the stove, stir well with low heat until the dough is smooth
  • Mix fish sauce: 2 spoons of warm water + 1 spoon of sugar + 1 spoon of vinegar + 1 spoon of fish sauce + garlic + minced chili and stir well.
  • Scoop the cake into a bowl, sprinkle the meat on top. Add fried onions in the first step and a little coriander, fish sauce and you can enjoy it


The hot, steaming cake is both eaten and blown. A little bit of smooth, mildly fragrant, served with mushroom pork with rich flavor of the mountains. Interspersed with a little sweet and sour fish sauce will surely make you enjoy and forget the way home.

3. Conclusion

Above is a summary of 5 winter snacks to help keep your body warm and fuller. The dishes that we listed above, you can buy ingredients to take home and imitate. These materials are all available in the market and are sold a lot at dry goods stores , clean agricultural products across the country. Working from home is a bit time consuming though. In return, you will have a delicious, quality food, ensuring food hygiene and safety. But perhaps, the habit of street snacking in cold weather has become a hard habit to give up for many Hanoians. Especially the young people.

Wish you always delicious and stay healthy in the cold winter weather!

4. Contact Information

Looking to buy materials, please contact Dung Ha Development Joint Stock Company immediately through the hotline number: 1900 986865 (Support 24/24h).

Branches buy raw materials here:

  • National wholesale and retail warehouse of dry materials: No. 11 Kim Dong – Giap Bat Street – Hoang Mai District – Hanoi City
  • Wholesale and retail branch of dry goods in Hanoi: A10 – Alley 100 – Trung Kinh Street – Yen Hoa Ward – Cau Giay District – Hanoi City
  • Wholesale and retail branch of dry goods in Ho Chi Minh: No. 02/B Quarter 3 – Trung My Tay Street 13 – District 12 – Ho Chi Minh City

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