Top 3 Easiest Vietnamese Dishes to Make

Top 3 Easiest Vietnamese Dishes to Make

Wou will be thrilled to know that certain Vietnamese dishes can be made right at home! Although many of the dishes take time and require lots of effort, there are plenty that are quick and easy enough for anyone to make. These following 3 dishes are definitely some of the easiest that you MUST try next time you are in the mood for some Vietnamese delicacies!


Vietnamese Meatballs

Ingredients: 1 ½ lbs ground beef or pork // 2 garlic cloves // 1 tablespoon rice wine // 1 tablespoon fish sauce // 1 tablespoon soy sauce // ½ teaspoon sugar // 1 egg white // 1 tablespoon sesame oil // 2 tablespoons cornstarch

Directions: Combine all of the ingredients until well blended. Form 1-inch meatballs. Put them on wooden skewers (4 per skewer typically). Broil or grill until thoroughly cooked. Enjoy!

 

Vietnamese Sweet Rice Squares

Ingredients: 2 cups uncooked glutinous rice // 2 cups water // 2 cups thick coconut milk // 1 ½ cups dark brown sugar or 1 ½ cups shaved palm sugar

Vietnamese Sweet Rice Squares

Directions: Put rice and water in rice cook until rice is done. Pour the coconut milk in a saucepan and bring to boil over medium heat. Add brown sugar or palm sugar and simmer – stirring constantly until mixture becomes thick (about 15 minutes typically). Add the cooked rice and simmer – stirring constantly until most of the liquid is absorbed. Press into a pan and cut as desired. Enjoy!

 

Vietnamese Barbecued Chicken Wings

Ingredients: 12 chicken wings // 1 tablespoon honey // 1/3 cup soy sauce // 1 tablespoon hoisin sauce // 1 tablespoon minced cilantro // 3 cloves garlic

Vietnamese Barbecued Chicken Wings

Directions: Mash the garlic into a paste, using mortar and pestle. Mix the honey, soy sauce, hoisin sauce, cilantro and garlic paste together in a bowl – stirring well. Coat the chicken wings in the prepared sauce. Marinate the wings at least 2 hours or overnight if you have the time. BBQ on the grill over medium heat or coals for approximately 10-15 minutes, basting with the remaining leftover sauce. Enjoy!