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Nita Ngo
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Topped with pork belly & shrimp, this zesty green papaya salad will take your taste buds on an unforgettable flavor adventure!

Recipe: https://www.platedpalate.com/vietnamese-green-papaya-salad/
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I'm keeping the cooking quick and easy during this unbearable heatwave. This dish of sautéed Japanese eggplant à la Vietnamienne takes only 15 minutes to whip up, which includes prep time. This meat-free dish is perfect with a side of steamed white rice!

For the recipe: https://www.platedpalate.com/sauteed-japanese-eggplant/
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Paired with a simple green salad, this roasted pepper and leek quiche with a homemade crust will certainly satisfy just about any appetite!
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French-inspired Vietnamese meat pie filled with ground pork and pâté.
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Hainan Province's most notable culinary export is their chicken rice dish, which has made its way into the cuisine of essentially all Southeast Asian countries. Though often served with a ginger-scallion oil dipping sauce, I add my own Vietnamese touch to it by dipping it instead in our nước mắm gừng (ginger fish sauce).
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Look no further - these deviled egg chicks are the perfect appetizer for your Easter Sunday meal. These chicks will no doubt add some glee to your dining table and amuse your guests with their cuteness!
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This Vietnamese caramelized ginger chicken dish will surely get your taste buds popping!
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Bánh giò is a rice flour and pork pyramid shaped dumpling wrapped in banana leaves. This North Vietnamese speciality is often eaten for breakfast, but can also be enjoyed as a snack throughout the day.
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Vietnamese chicken curry (cà ri gà) can be enjoyed with steamed rice, vermicelli noodles or a crusty baguette.
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