Spicy Vietnamese Pickled Vegetables - Three Olives Branch
I am a vinegar lover so I am always willing to try anything soaked in it! But even if you do not like vinegar, these Spicy Vietnamese Pickled Vegetables are a great condiment. I have been intrigued by this Bánh Mi craze of Vietnamese sandwiches, and pickled vegetables are one of the main condiments used in a bánh mi.
Vegetarian Fresh Spring Rolls with Peanut Sauce - Happy Foods Tube
These Vegetarian Fresh Spring Rolls with Peanut Butter Dipping Sauce are packed with fresh vegetables! Salty Feta cheese complements the raw vegetables and gives these rice paper rolls a great flavor! They are light, refreshing and tasty!
Vegetarian Vietnamese Noodle Bowls! You'll love how crispy and caramelised the tofu is. This is a beautiful, guilt free bowl of fresh delicious. Rice noodles, carrot, lettuce and bean sprouts topped with marinated tofu, drizzled with a sweet, salt and sour Vietnamese noodle sauce.
Say goodbye to boring salads! Rice noodles, crisp veggies, a zippy soy ginger dressing and savory-sweet hoisin glazed tofu make this meal-worthy Vietnamese-inspired rice noodle salad absolutely irresistible.
Fewer and fewer of us are cooking our food from scratch. In some cases this may be due to a lack of skills or confidence. In many cases, however, it is down to a distorted attitude to time. We are in the grip of the “convenience” food industry, which encourages us to regard any time…
BÃ¡nh cuá»‘n chay - Vietnamese Vegetarian Steamed Rice Rolls
I had four delicious posts lined up for you but I couldn’t decide which one I wanted to post. I thought about posting some popsicles that I made inspired by The Slow Roasted Italian, but I thought I’d wait until it gets into those muggy summer months. I asked my followers on Facebook (hit the […]
Recipe: Che Dau Xanh (Vietnamese Dessert Soup With Mung Beans)
Earlier this week, a reader inquired about more uses for mung beans. Like several of you, my thoughts turned to Asian-style sweet mung bean soup.In Vietnam, sweet soups or puddings are known as chè. They may be served hot or cold in bowls, glasses, or over ice, and contain ingredients ranging from various kinds of beans to tapioca, glutinous rice, jellies, lotus seeds, and fruit. As a child, the scent of chè simmering on my family’s stove always had me jumping in excitement.