, Oh yay! It’s a whole chicken recipe with an amazing aroma of one of the Vietnamese best herbs. Thanks for sharing! o. Chicken skewers are a perfect party food or light dinner with salad and Turkish bread. In a medium bowl, stirring with spoon, combine the chile, garlic, sugar, vinegar, lime juice, fish sauce, oil, onion, and black pepper, set aside for 1/2 hour. Mar 4, 2012 - Vietnamese Com Ga is probably one of the simplest, homeliest meals of our culture. It sounds wonderful though, definitely will be trying this . Stephanie Alexander’s Vietnamese Chicken Salad with Mint. I could eat this every day. Thanks! I can only imagine how delicious this dish must be! I had some fresh-from-the-garden cucumbers (right before our first freeze) and made my sweet chili cucumbers and onions salad to add to the top of the dish. Thank you Michela, I love Vietnamese food, hope you enjoy the dish too. Add the remaining oil into the skillet and add the garlic. Vietnamese and Thai Recipes. Hope you enjoy the recipe. Thank you for sharing this recipe. Oh yum! I also increased th amount of fresh ginger and mint by a 1/3 each, and it made it more palatable to him. your own Pins on Pinterest Metric 15 mL 1 clove Sambal Oelek Chili Paste Garlic, minced 15 mL 15 mL 1 each 1. I love vietnamese food and would love to try making it at home, this looks so delicious! I love Vietnamese and all South East Asian food! Enjoy. Thanks for getting me started. Vietnamese coriander (also called hot mint, Vietnamese mint, laksa leaf) is an essential ingredient in this dish and it can be found at Vietnamese grocery stores. Lemongrass in Banh Mi. There are not a lot of things I miss about living in SoCal but the food (plus the beach and my family) is one of them. It’s fun to try new and different flavor combos and I’m really loving the flavor combos here. In a medium bowl, stirring with spoon, combine the chile, garlic, sugar, vinegar, lime juice, fish sauce, oil, onion, and black pepper, set aside for 1/2 hour. What an interesting dish, I love the flavors!! So, I took it off the shelf and started reading it. I love flavors like this! 24 results. This dish has been adapted from The Little Saigon Cookbook by Ann Le. You are very right about the use of fish sauce, and it really does make a huge difference to the dish, so hopefully everyone will give it a go! Pour cabbage mixture over the dressing, tossing with tongs, slowly and patiently so everything is coated. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Thank you Linda. Vietnamese Mint & Cabbage Chicken Salad uses packaged, shredded cabbage and leftover rotisserie chicken with an Asian-inspired dressing. Keep moving the pan. © 2020 Discovery or its subsidiaries and affiliates. Add the onion and Vietnamese mint, ensuring the onion is coated in the mixture. I think you will enjoy this dish! Stick it in the steamer for 45 minutes and serve with a simple dipping sauce of lemon, salt and pepper. Stephanie Alexander’s Vietnamese Chicken Salad with Mint. I don’t know if I’ve ever put mint and ginger together in a dish. Thank you Christine. Serve on a flat plate with mint for garnish. I live in a pretty homogenous area now and know so many who have never tried a Vietnamese dish. I am not going to lie, I was nervous. In almost every corner of Hoi An you can see vendors selling chicken … Learn how your comment data is processed. It has a bright, lemony and slightly spicy note and goes so well with chicken. Well, this cookbook has been sitting on my shelf for a few years now, wondering why if I needed it so badly that I have never used it. It’s always a challenge for me to think how to cook chicken differently and you gave me an idea! This chicken sounds SO good!! Serve over rice. I will say, if you do not like fish sauce, this dish might be difficult for your palate. I’m glad to find another who loves SE Asian cuisine like I do. So happy to hear that Christie, I love Vietnamese food and am really trying to make more of it at home. […] Vietnamese Mint & Ginger Chicken Ga Chien […]. But sadly, despite all the wonderful culinary offerings of my small town, we do not have Vietnamese food, nor do we have any Southeastern Asian food. This sounds delicious! Put to one side for half an hour. That’s entirely too long ago. It’s definitely different but delicious. Persicaria odorata, known as rau răm or Vietnamese coriander, is a herb whose leaves are used in Southeast Asian cooking. Hope you enjoy it. In a bowl, combine the chilli, garlic, sugar, vinegar, lime juice, fish sauce, oil, onion and black pepper to taste. Mint + Ginger… wow. Add the chicken into the pan and follow by the Caramel Sauce mixture. Preparation time: Vietnamese mint recipes and Vietnamese mint food . I think fish sauce is in the same category as cilantro; you like it or you don’t. I think I need to bring it into my home as well. And then I made it again when I made a traditional Vietnamese dish, Mint and Ginger Chicken. Thank you Debra, cookbooks have some great info. I always get a little intimidated with Vietnamese food because I’m not always familial with the ingredients, but not with your recipe!