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"dậu khuôn chiên" "tré trộn" What does this mean?

I founded this in a restaurant menu.

All I know is that chiên means fry,and trộn means mix.

I looked it up on the internet,but don't really understand.

For learning: Vietnamese
Base language: English
Category: Culture

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    In my opinion, "đậu khuôn"= đậu phụ = đậu hũ = tofu. It depends on each region. It is made from soybean. 日本語で“tofu"は何ですか。
    a link of this dish: http://naungon.com/dau-hu-chien-sa-ot-ca-ri/
    About "Tré", I have never tried this, but maybe it's a type of pork rolls as "chả lụa" which is made from julienne pig's nose and pig's ear and then is wrapped by banana's leaves
    http://doisong.vnexpress.net/tin-tuc/noi-tro/nau-nuong/cach-lam-mon-tre-cua-nguoi-mien-trung-2850999.html

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