Jn How to Make Bun Suong

Bun Suong Tom Thit Heo Vermicelli noodles with Shrimp paste shaped to mimic milk worms and sliced pork soup While it’s not one of our well known staples like pho or bun bo hue once you try it, you will love it for its simplicity and hearty flavors. ………………………………………………………………… Depending how generous you are this…

Home Roast Duck – Vit Quay

What happens when your home is in a small town where there are no Chinese BBQ house? If you get a craving for duck, you roast your own. Fortunately it’s more simple than you may think. So let me show how quick and easy it is.. . Ingredients: A 5lb Duck 1/3 cup of Bean curd (you…

JN Oven Baked Chicken with Fermented Bean Curd – Ga Nuong Chao

Hi my favorite foodie friends… Here’s a recipe to help get ready for summer grilling Oven Baked Chicken with Fermented Bean Curd – Ga Nuong Chao. Enjoy! Ingredients: 1 lb of boneless and skinless chicken drums (you may use breast or thighs as well) 1 Tbsp brown sugar 1 tsp sea salt ¼ tsp ground…

Vietnamese Savory Baked Coconut Flan – Banh Gan Nuong

Savory Baked Coconut Flan – Banh gan nuong I love my mom!  So when it comes to recipes like this… it always take me back to her kitchen. And this is one of my favorites.  So let me show you how easy it is to make. List of Ingredients: (This recipe will make 6 flans) 1 – 400ml can…

Ramen Noodles

Thank goodness for ramen! Quick, easy and oh so tasty! I love adding whatever I can find in my fridge to make it more fun! What are some of your favorites to spicy up your instant noodles?

Tom Kho Tau – Clay pot River prawns in Roe(Tomalley)

Here you go my friends… my how-to video for “Clay pot prawns in roe”! So simple to make but so satisfying! Complete recipe & how-to video is available on my YouTube channel.  Ingredients you will need for 1/2 lb prawns: (Double the amount for 1lb) 3- 2inch green onion tips quartered length wise 5 Crushed…

Lemongrass Beef Skewers anyone? – Bo Xa Nuong

Lemongrass beef skewers- Bo Xa Nuong! I normally form these into burger patties and eat them in a toasted bun with hoisin sauce & sriracha! Tonight, I made these to roll up in rice wraps! So very yummy!