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Taro Pudding (Che Khoai Mon) - Easy Instant Pot Recipe! | recipe from runawayrice.com

Taro Pudding (Che Khoai Mon) – Instant Pot Recipe

This easy recipe for Taro Pudding (Che Khoai Mon) is for chè lovers! A sweet and hearty pudding of taro root and glutinous rice topped with creamy coconut sauce, it’s a classic Vietnamese dessert. Super yummy and satisfying, the Taro Pudding can be enjoyed hot or cold, making it a versatile year-round dish. I’ve revamped […]

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Instant Pot Chicken Curry (Ca Ri Ga) - Yummy Vietnamese-Style Curry Made Easy in the Instant Pot | recipe from runawayrice.com

Chicken Curry (Ca Ri Ga) – Instant Pot Recipe

This Instant Pot Chicken Curry (Ca Ri Ga) recipe is the perfect busy day meal. A Vietnamese-style curry, this flavorful dish features tender chicken and hearty root vegetables in a creamy sauce infused with lemongrass and aromatic spices. Sound complicated? Not at all! It’s really easy to make in the Instant Pot. Simply prep the […]

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Taro and Coconut Agar Mooncakes (Banh Trung Thu Thach Khoai Mon Nhan Dua) - No-Bake Mooncakes, Easy Recipe! | recipe from runawayrice.com

Taro and Coconut Agar Mooncakes (Banh Trung Thu Thach Khoai Mon Nhan Dua)

This Taro and Coconut Agar Mooncakes (Banh Trung Thu Thach Khoai Mon Nhan Dua) recipe makes wonderful homemade treats for celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival. Hearty taro surrounds a sweet coconut milk filling to make these beautiful snack cakes. A twist on the traditional mooncakes, these scrumptious cakes require no baking and use agar agar, a vegetarian […]

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Pandan Jelly Dessert (Che Banh Lot) - Beat the Heat with this Cold Dessert! | recipe from runawayrice.com

Pandan Jelly Dessert (Che Banh Lot)

This Pandan Jelly Dessert (Che Banh Lot) recipe features silky jelly served with crushed ice, palm sugar syrup and coconut sauce. The worm-shaped Pandan jelly is deliciously slippery with a slightly chewy texture making it a whole lot of fun to eat. The refreshing sweet treat is especially thirst-quenching on a hot summer day.

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Honeycomb Cake - Eggless/Vegetarian Recipe (Banh Bo Nuong Chay) -Perfectly spongy and chewy and it's baked in the oven! | recipe from runwayrice.com

Honeycomb Cake – Eggless / Vegetarian Recipe (Banh Bo Nuong Chay)

This Honeycomb Cake – Eggless / Vegetarian Recipe (Banh Bo Nuong Chay) is a must-try if you love baked Honeycomb Cake (Banh Bo Nuong) but want to avoid the eggs. You are guaranteed a deliciously spongy and chewy cake with lots of honeycomb with this straightforward recipe. If you’ve struggled with making Honeycomb Cake in […]

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Sticky Rice and Banana Cakes (Banh Tet Chuoi) - Lunar New Year Treat! | recipe from runawayrice.com

Sticky Rice and Banana Cakes (Banh Tet Chuoi)

This Sticky Rice and Banana Cakes (Banh Tet Chuoi) recipe makes a wonderful sweet treat for Lunar New Year / Tet. Sweet ripened bananas are encased in a layer of sticky rice and black beans and then wrapped in banana leaves. The results are a deliciously, glutinous sweet cake with an intriguing pop of color […]

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Beef Stir-Fry Appetizer / Bo Xao Lan Served with Crunchy Sesame Rice Crackers and Cold Beer | recipe from runawayrice.com

Beef Stir-Fry Appetizer (Bo Xao Lan)

This recipe for Beef Stir-Fry Appetizer (Bo Xao Lan) is a tasty dish to serve with drinks at a casual gathering. Delicious chunks of tender beef are marinated with savory spices and stir-fried with red bell peppers, onions, mushrooms and bean thread noodle and then served atop toasted sesame rice crackers. Flavorful and hearty, this […]

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Cassava Cake (Banh Khoai Mi Nuong) - Popular Vietnamese Sweet Treat | recipe from runawayrice.com

Cassava Cake (Banh Khoai Mi Nuong)

Deliciously starchy cassava (yuca or manioc) is combined with creamy coconut milk and fragrant mung bean to make this scrumptious Cassava Cake (Banh Khoai Mi Nuong). My recipe makes a simple batter that when baked yields a golden cake that is moist, slightly chewy and just sweet enough. Cut the cake into small pieces and enjoy as finger-food. It makes a […]

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