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Vietnamese Chayote Squash Soup with Minced Shrimp (Canh Su Su Nau Tom Bam)

It’s chayote season! Lots and lots of chayotes ready for harvest! Here is my quick go-to recipe for a traditional soup (canh) using chayote and minced shrimp (canh su su nau tom bam). Make this soup along side a protein side dish and you have yourself a complete traditional Vietnamese meal.

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Vietnamese Kabocha Squash Soup with Pork Meatballs (Canh Bi Do Nau Moc)

A traditional soup side dish of kabocha squash and tender pork meatballs. These Vietnamese pork meatballs are soft with a springy texture. When paired with kabocha in a side soup, it’s simple good eating with no fuss. Eat with steamed rice for a complete meal.

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Vietnamese Mustard Green Soup with Pork Spare Ribs (Canh Cai Be Xanh Nau Suon Heo)

A traditional Vietnamese family meal usually comes with a vegetable soup dish. Not only is it a healthy side dish, but having soup to slurp helps with the digestion of the food in a multi-course meal. One of the simplest traditional Vietnamese soups is mustard green soup or Canh Cai Be Xanh.

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Vietnamese Homemade Pork Stock/Broth (Nuoc Leo Suon Heo)

In Vietnamese cooking, we always clean bones first before making stock. Either rubbing them down with salt and giving them a good rinse with water, or parboiling the bones with salted water, cleaning the bones will get rid of all the impurities to keep the stock clear. In other words, boiling the bones first will remove all the gunk and make the stock pretty. In Vietnamese cooking, a highly prized stock is a clear stock.

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