The delightful flavors of lemongrass and garlic really shine through in this simple grilled pork chop recipe. I recommend keeping the pork chops thin so that the marinade can really penetrate. Serve with a sunny-side-up egg for a true Vietnamese style dish.
Vietnamese Crepe or "Bahn Xeo" is a savory dish with turmeric, cilantro, ground pork, and shrimp! Dad and Food Truck extraordinaire chef Kyle Kawakami showed me how to put this dish together to feed the family! Man this is tasty!!
When we were in Japan for our son's birthday, we enjoyed a lot of different types of Japanese rice bowls or "donburi" featuring fish, chicken or meat over steamed rice. This chicken teriyaki version is super easy to make in 30 minutes and has incredible flavor! You and your family will love it. Try throwing in some of your favorite veggies or using beef instead!
Tamarind might be one of the most important ingredients in Thai cooking; It’s widely available, super versatile, and adds a distinct sweet and sour component to dishes. These Shrimp with Tamarind Sauce are so simple to throw together and the flavor is out of this world!
We ate these sweet and sticky rice dumplings in Tokyo as a street food snack and wanted to recreate it at home! In Japan it’s served with a sweet soy glaze, which is fantastic, but these would be great with chocolate or caramel sauce too! Think of it as a new twist on S’mores!!
Making your own curry paste is extremely rewarding! The flavor is unlike anything you can buy in the store. And this recipe makes a big batch that you can keep in the fridge and use over and over again!
This Thai Style Shabu Shabu consists of two delicious soups, Tom Kha and Tom Yum, and three unique sauces, allowing you to add varying levels of heat and sweet to the soups. If you’re not up for making two separate soups, you can just pick one! And the proteins can be mixed and matched; chicken, beef, shrimp, use whatever you have on hand!
This traditional Thai Cashew Chicken is delicious, healthy, and so simple to throw together! Tender chicken, veggies, and crunchy cashews in a sweet yet slightly spicy sauce. Takes about 20 minutes, start to finish, making it a perfect weeknight meal!
This chicken amok is a great recipe to learn about Cambodian cooking - it’s considered by many to be the national dish of Cambodia! Bursting with flavors of lemongrass, turmeric, and coconut, and not nearly as spicy as neighboring Thai and Vietnamese food.
Authentic Cambodian Curry! Rich and flavorful, full of chicken and veggies, and the best part of the recipe is that it uses homemade curry paste! Better than any store bought curry paste you’ll ever try. This recipe has quite a few steps but I promise you it's well worth the effort!
Have some leftover white rice and want to turn it into something delicious? Try this authentic Vietnamese recipe for Imperial Fried Rice (Com Hoàng Bào)! Add your favorite grilled meats or veggies and make a meal out of it!
This Teriyaki Tri Tip has been a family favorite since the first time I made it! The flavor is awesome and this recipe gives you the option of cooking in the oven or on the grill, so it’s great for any time of year.
Ha noi bun cha is a traditional Vietnamese dish found in fancy restaurants and street vendors alike. It consists of marinated and grilled meats that are served with rice vermicelli, veggies, and dipping sauce. This is a great way to introduce the fam to traditional Vietnamese cuisine!