Soda sữa hột gà

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Soda sữa hột gà, also known as egg soda, is a sweet drink made from egg yolk, sweetened condensed milk, and club soda from Mainland Southeast Asia.[1] The beverage is of Vietnamese origin, though it is also consumed in Cambodia. There are variations of this drink, made with different eggs but most commonly used is a quail egg. Since club soda is acidic, adding this to the egg yolk will curdle the protein. The texture of the drink can be described like a custard.[2]

It is often sold at Vietnamese supermarkets, or other Asian markets and comes in a can. It also can be found freshly made at some Vietnamese restaurants. The drink may also be called "Soda Egg Milk" in English at such restaurants.

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  1. ^ Bishop, Naomi (2014-03-10). "Soda sữa hột gà".
  2. ^ Palmer, Tamara (2010-05-21). "Sữa Hột Gà, a Daring Vietnamese Egg Yolk Soda from PPQ".

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