A bold and flavorful sauce, made with ingredients you're likely to have on hand, pairs nicely with grilled rib-eyes, in this Thai-inspired dish.
Cinnamon and pork make a winning combination in this Vietnamese pate. Serve it with a baguette for sandwiches, with sticky rice for a meal, or alone as a snack.
Try this simple chicken and rice dish known as com ga Hai Nam for a family meal, or even a dinner party. Cook the rice in some of the chicken broth and add vegetables to the rest to make a soup.
Fresh herbs aren't only for summertime dishes. Use window-sill herbs, a hydroponic system, or store bought basil to create a chimichurri sauce for lamb chops.
Are your summer tomatoes coming in? A rustic galette serves as the perfect crust for barely roasted homegrown tomatoes with mozzarella cheese and a sprinkling of fresh herbs.
April 30, 1975 marked the end of the prolonged Vietnam War. Here's how one father remembered finding his way to the United States – and a new life – fueled by a sweet family reunion and miến gà, a chicken glass noodle soup.
March 14 (3.14) is Pi Day. Since baking and math go hand in hand, why not celebrate Pi Day with this Southern Meyer lemon pie? Chilled and bright with a tangy citrus flavor, each piece is like a slice of summer.
Crispy fried chicken wings coated in sticky garlic fish sauce are popular in roadside eateries in Vietnam. Use high quality fish sauce, and try the recipe at home.
These double-fried chicken wings render out the fat and results in an ultra crispy skin. A delicious ginger soy glaze and a sprinkling of sesame seeds are perfect finishing touches.
With seafood and a medley of spices, herbs, fruits, and vegetables, canh chua soup celebrates the abundance of Vietnam's Mekong Delta.
Keep cool with this refreshing fruity drink.
Vietnamese egg rolls are typically wrapped with a rice paper and contain a variety of chopped vegetables, pork, shrimp, or poultry.
Ever tried cooking with a whole fish? Chao ca is a flavorful and nourishing fish stew.