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Easy Vietnamese Scrambled Eggs with Green Onions (Trung Chien Hanh La)

Vietnamese-style scrambled eggs (Trung Chien) is seasoned with fish sauce (the salt of the East), a bit of sugar (an Asian secret of balancing flavor), ground black pepper and optional green onions for color. It is fried to fluffy perfection with either butter or vegetable oil, and usually kept intact.

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Vietnamese Fish Sauce Chicken Wings (Ga Chien Nuoc Mam)

Fish Sauce Chicken Wings. You see this on every Vietnamese restaurant menu. It’s fried chicken wing with a fine outer crust, tossed in a sweet fish sauce glaze. For those who are absolutely terrified of the smell of death coming from a bottle of fish sauce, this is the perfect recipe to overcome that fear and baby step your way into the magical world of Vietnamese and Southeast Asian cuisine.

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Vietnamese Chayote and Dried Shrimp Omelette (Trung Chien Su Su Tom Kho)

When the fridge is running empty or I just don’t feel like cooking, it’s an omelette with all the fixings to the rescue. This is a quick recipe of a Vietnamese-style omelette with dried salted shrimp and chayote squash. Protein and vegetables … all in one pan.

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Vietnamese Salt & Pepper Fried Chicken (Ga Rang Muoi)

If you've ever been to a Vietnamese/Chinese restaurant, chances are you tried the salt and pepper chicken and fell in love with it. Who wouldn't? It's crunchy fried chicken coated in a seemingly boring yet flavorful salt and pepper mixture. 

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General Tso's Chicken Recipe

General Tso’s chicken (also known as General Tao’s or Tsao’s chicken) is an iconic Chinese-American takeout of deep-fried chicken coated in a thick sweet sauce. It is practically served in all Chinese takeout restaurants here in the States but you won’t find it anywhere in China. This dish was specifically made for the Western palate.

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Spicy Lemon Grass Chicken (Ga Chien Sa Ot)

Chef Charles Phan is the Chef and Owner of one of San Francisco's famous restaurants, Slanted Door, and an award-winning author of Vietnamese Home CookingMy husband gifted me his cookbook a few years back for inspiration and it has been a staple in my kitchen ever since. I've pretty much done all the recipes in Vietnamese Home Cooking, and my all-time quick favorite is Chef Phan's version of lemongrass chicken.

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Chinese Takeout Recipe: Honey Walnut Shrimp

Honey Walnut Shrimp is a widely popular Chinese-American takeout dish. It's crunchy succulent shrimp dressed in a creamy honey-mayo sauce, topped with caramelized walnuts. It is a tasty appetizer or when eaten with steamed white rice, a filling entree that's loved by many.

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Vietnamese Fried Fish with Tomato Sauce (Ca Chien Sot Ca Chua)

Fried fish in fresh tomato sauce (Ca Chien Sot Ca Chua). The combination of crispy fish and sweet-yet-slightly-tart tomato sauce is simply divine and a taste of childhood.

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Tamarind & Honey Chicken Wings (Ga Rang Me Mat Ong)

Gà Rang Me Mật Ong is crispy fried chicken wings coated in a sweet honey and tangy tamarind sauce. You can also add a spicy kick with Sriracha or sate chili oil. Preparations are simple. Season the wings with salt and pepper. Coat them in corn starch then pan-fry until golden brown. Toss crispy fried chicken in a simple sauce of fish sauce, honey and tamarind. Crunchy, savory, sour and sweet, it's an appetizer to tantalize all taste buds.

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