Pho Ga - Vietnamese Chicken Pho

Winter is around the corner and what better way to embrace the cold than making Vietnamese chicken noodle soup Pho Ga to share. Pho Ga is the quick poultry alternative to its more well-known and beloved cousin, Pho Bo. We also include Pho Bo here. 

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Bun Cha Hanoi - Hanoi style BBQ pork and Noodles

This is one of Hanoi staple grilled pork with a sweet fish broth and rice noodles - once eaten by president Obama and late chef Anthony Bourdain in Hanoi. 

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Banh Khot - pancake and stuffings

This a great street foods. These crispy pancakes are served with nuoc cham dipping sauce, green papaya and plenty of herbs.

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Cha Tom - Sugar Cane Prawn

Sugar cane prawn or Chao Tom is a traditional Vietnamese entre. ... You can eat them directly as finger foods, or remove the prawn from the skewer and wrap it in lettuce and dip with a Vietnamese fish sauce dipping sauce.

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Goi Cuon – Fresh Rice Paper Rolls

Fresh rice paper rolls can be a go-to healthy snack that's bursting with fresh flavours and textures. Easy to make and flexible with ingredients.

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Nuoc Cham - Dipping Sauce

This is one of the must have dipping sauce for all Vietnamese dishes

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Daikon Salad

Easy salad with some of these every vegetables - cherry tomatoes, rocket, cucumber, katsuobushi dried bonito flakes,

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Chicken Teriyaki

Easy dish with one pan only. Can create your dinner in minutes!

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Create Bento Box

Japanese bento boxes have been feeding the nation since 12th century as the first portable meal was invented. Bento were originally very basic meals of cooked and rice and other ingredients. - a collection of different traditional foods like tempura, cooked meats, salads, pickled vegetables and rice. 

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