Vegetable tempura soba, the perfect dish for rainy weather!
I would have to say that this recipe is what Hawaii’s food culture is all about. Influences of different ethnic dishes combined to create a dish that will become a family favorite. A take on the very traditional Filipino adobo dish, but using beef instead. Onions and mushrooms are added for a one pot dish !
An angel of a friend, came with this Vietnamese-Style Fish Soup in hand on a cold day when I wasn’t feeling well. It was just the medicine I needed. Tangy and spicy; the garnish of the fresh lime was what put it over the top.
A dish enjoyed as an appetizer or sometimes as a main dish. A neighborhood Vietnamese Restaurant I frequent makes their version topped off with dried shallots and crispy fried garlic. Feel free to substitute with your favorite dipping sauce.
My sister in law is a great cook. We are fortunate to have her share some of her delicious dishes from her home, Vietnam. She prepares a variation of this simple dish often. Tender crispy morsels of tofu topped off with a fragrant simple tomato sauce.
A vegetarian dish, filled with complex flavors of Vietnamese cooking. Bean sprouts are added at the end to give it some great texture.
This Gyoza (Potstickers) is a vegetarian option of a classic recipe. Pan fried and then steamed, serve with your favorite Dipping Sauce.
This Vietnamese Braised Pork In Coconut Water (Thit Kho Nuoc Dua) is a traditional dish served during Tet, the Vietnamese Lunar New Year. Flavorful, sweet and tender braised pork cooked in coconut water.
Change up your next picnic menu and your guests will love it! This Vietnamese cabbage slaw contains all the classic flavors of Thai and Vietnamese cuisi.
This Vinegar Soy Dipping Sauce is a twist from the traditional Soy Dipping Sauce. Use it with any fried or boiled dumplings.
A comforting dish, similar to the Japanese Zosui and Okayu, congee is normally simmered for a long period of time, until the dish has a creamy sticky texture. One of my Chinese students mentioned his family made it more often with the consistency of soup than porridge.