How to make vietnamese Peanut Sticky Rice

Xoi Lac – the peanut sticky rice is a very humble and familiar vietnamese breakfast dish that I used to have as a little girl. It’s super easy to make and in this post I’ll show you how. Ingredients: 400g sweet rice 150g raw peanut 3-4 tbsp coconut water (optional)…

Easy 10-Minute Crispy Pork-Egg Cakes

Hi everyone, today I’ll show you a very quick and easy recipe how to make crispy pork-egg cakes with only 3 main ingredients: ground pork, eggs and roasted onion flakes. Ingredients: 200g ground pork 3 eggs 40g roasted onion flake 1 tsp fish sauce 1/2 tsp chicken powder (optional) Firstly,…

How to make Vietnamese Pickled Vegetables

In case you haven’t heard about it, vietnamese pickled vegetable is very popular for its lightness and sweet-sour flavor, which go perfectly with meat or fish dishes, especially during Tet – the Vietnamese New Year holidays. In this post, I’ll introduce to you 2 typical vietnamese ways to pickle vegetables. The…

How to make Vietnamese steamed Pork Buns

Steamed pork buns, the so-called Bánh Bao in Vietnamese often contains ground pork, onions, mushrooms, Chinese sausage, vegetables and a portion of a hard boiled egg. It does take some time to make but the result is very rewarding. Let’s get started with me 🙂 Ingredients (to make 10 buns) For…

How to make Oyster Congee

Since it’s getting colder over here and I have a lot of oyster leftovers from the Netherlands couple weeks ago, I decided to make oysters congee. Congee is a type of rice-porridge which is popular in many Asian countries. Congee can be made with many different bases such as ground…

How to make Vietnamese Crispy Spring Rolls – Nem

As many other popular vietnamese dishes, Nem is world-wide well-known for its exquisiteness and scrumptiousness. It’s a combination of many tasteful and delicate ingredients. The types of Nem vary across the country throughout Northern to Southern VN, where even its name differs from each other. While in Northern we call…

Mung Bean Pudding

This is a super easy to make, but still very tasty dessert of Vietnam 🙂 Ingredients: 100 gram peeled mung bean 170 gram sugar 40 gram tapioca starch 1 liter water coconut milk, shredded coconut (optional) pomelo extract (optional) First step, let the mung bean soak in water for about…

Vietnamese Chicken Noodle Soup – Phở Gà

PHỞ (Pho) is probably the most popular noodle soup of Vietnam. If you have a chance to visit the capital Hanoi, the city Pho originated from, you can find it almost every corner. Pho is until now well-known as a specialty of vietnamese street food, which can be served for any…

Vietnamese Sticky Rice with Mung Bean

This dish is one of my childhood favorite breakfast foods and my mother can make the best one. This is how she does it 🙂 Ingredients: 400 gram sticky rice 100 gram mung bean 1 tsp tumeric powder (as know as kurkuma) 50 gram onion flakes vegetable oil Required: a…