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Vietnamese Scallion Oil (Mo Hanh)

Scallion oil (mo hanh) is a delicious Vietnamese condiment to brush over grilled anything, particularly grilled corn and grilled pork chops. This oil is also delicious lightly brushed over grilled seafood and rice noodles to prevent them from drying out and provide amazing aroma. Lastly, the vibrant green color makes for a beautiful garnish. Just don’t mind the extra calories!

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Vietnamese Ginger Fish Sauce (Nuoc Mam Gung)

Vietnamese ginger fish sauce (Nuoc Mam Gung) is made from mixing together fish sauce, sugar, lemon/lime juice, garlic and ginger. It’s sweet, sour and spicy with a nice zing from freshly grated ginger, making it the perfect dipping sauce for poached chicken, duck and grilled seafood.

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Vietnamese Crunchy Pickled Jalapenos (Ot Ngam Giam)

Unlike other pickled jalapenos, these jalapenos are crunchy and fresh tasting, even after one month in the fridge. Like most Vietnamese pickling, this method doesn’t involve a hot water bath that cooks the vegetables. Therefore, it doesn’t last an eternity. However what lacks in perishability, makes up in the taste. These pickled jalapenos have the perfect balance between spicy, sweet and sour. Best of all, they have a crispy texture that you won’t find in any store-bought pickled jalapenos.

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Vietnamese Vegetable Dipping Sauce with Caramelized Fish Sauce (Mam Kho Quet)

Mam Kho Quet is a sauce and vegetable dish derived from poverty when Vietnamese farmers had plentiful vegetables but very little protein. The dipping sauce is made by caramelizing fish sauce and sugar in a small clay pot with a small amount of pork, dried shrimp, dried fish, and/or pork fat. The sauce is then served in the clay pot alongside a platter of fresh and boiled vegetables.

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Pot Sticker Soy Dipping Sauce

Store-bought potsticker dipping sauce is the worst. I finally came up with a homemade version that I absolutely love! Not only is this soy dipping sauce great for pot stickers, it is also great for dipping vegetables.

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