Frozen meat is one of the traditional dishes of Vietnamese people, especially the Northern residents, in winter or on Tet holidays. The meat after being cooked is put in a bowl, then brought to freeze. It looks clear and attractive. When eating, people turn upside down the bowl.
The frozen meat is tender, fresh, well-marinated with a very appealing color and the typical savory aroma of pork mixing with pepper and wood ear mushroom. Because the dish is best served in the cold season, so Northern people always cook it on Tet.