Posts tagged Vietnamese pork recipe
Quick Kid-Friendly Vietnamese Pan-Fried Ground Pork Patty Recipe

When my kids were toddlers, they were very picky eaters. Meat was the one thing they struggled the most with. This simple pan-fried Vietnamese pork patties helped solve that. No bones. No toughness. Just nothing but tender meat with great Asian flavors.

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Vietnamese Caramelized Pork Belly with Young Bamboo Shoots (Thit Ba Chi Kho Mang Tuoi)

Vietnamese Caramelized Pork Belly with Young Bamboo Shoots (Thit Ba Chi Kho Mang Tuoi) is a popular everyday savory side dish to steamed rice. The longer you cook, the more tender the pork. This side dish has the benefit of the vegetables already with the proteins! That means no extra cooking! Protein and vegetable all in one pot for a hearty meal.

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Vietnamese Caramelized Pork Spare Ribs (Suon Khia or Suon Ram Man)

Vietnamese Caramelized Pork Spare Ribs (Suon Khia or Suon Ram Man) is a classic Vietnamese side dish. Without it (or a similar side dish), a Vietnamese home-cooked meal is incomplete. In this dish, the pork spare rib is slowly braised in coconut juice until fall-of-the-bone tender. The liquid is then cooked off at the end, reducing to a sweet and savory glaze.

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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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