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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 Grilled Pork Sausage (Nem Nuong)

When I feel like torturing the neighbors, I take out the grill and cook up Nem Nướng, Vietnamese grilled pork sausage. I waft the aroma of this tasty Vietnamese sausage into their yard. That is what you get for taking my parking!

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Vietnamese Lemongrass Grilled Beef (Bo Nuong Vi)

Bo Nuong Vi is a Vietnamese dish where thinly sliced beef is quickly seared with onions and butter on a small griddle at the center of a table. Guests grill the beef themselves and assemble their own wraps with softened rice paper, grilled beef, and an assortment of fresh vegetables and Vietnamese herbs. They cook as they go, so each beef wrap is still piping hot and delicious. The wraps get dunked in either a traditional but pungent pineapple-fermented anchovy sauce (Mam Nem) or a more tamed Vietnamese fish sauce dipping sauce (Nuoc Mam Cham). A little cooking, a little talking, a little eating. It's the perfect way to enjoy time a get-together and good food.

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Grilled Vietnamese Bread with Salt & Chili (Banh Mi Nuong Muoi Ot)

Banh Mi Nuong Muoi Ot has gotten really popular in the major cities of Vietnam recently. You will see young foodies, eagerly waiting in long lines to get a taste of this unique and flavorful snack from the many food stands that have popped up overnight. What makes this street food so popular is because it offers a taste of American and Vietnamese fusion. Plus, it's simple good food, and I can't imagine the wonders it does for a bad hangover.

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Hanoi Fried Fish with Turmeric and Dill (Cha Ca La Vong)

Chả Cá Lã Vọng is Hanoi's famous fried fish with tumeric and dill. This dish is also known as Chả Cá Hà Nội, Chả Cá Thăng Long, or or just Chả Cá for short.

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Grilled Lemongrass Beef Salad

For this quick appetizer, I topped a simple salad with slices of grilled lemongrass beef. The salad was dressed with a classic Vietnamese fish sauce dipping sauce and sprinkled with chopped roasted peanuts. For a heartier entree version, try adding rice noodles to the salad. 

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Vietnamese Noodles with Grilled Pork & Shrimp (Bun Thit Nuong)

Bun Thit Nuong Cha Gio is a light and refreshing Southern Vietnamese entree that consists of rice noodles, grilled pork and egg rolls, topped with a mixed of Vietnamese greens, crushed peanuts and the iconic Vietnamese fish sauce dipping sauce.

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Five Spice Pork Chops

Five Spice Powder is a finely ground mixture of five spices: star anise, cloves, fennel, peppercorn and cinnamon. It's a very common ingredient in Chinese and Vietnamese cooking. These five spices make the beautiful aroma of the widely popular Vietnamese dish, Pho. Five Spice Powder can also be used to marinate pork. I have never used any of the spices in my pork marinade. It turns out Five Spice powder pairs beautifully with pork.

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