I received lots of requests for a Chewy Sesame Peanut Candy (Keo Me Dau Phong) recipe after sharing the brittle version not too long ago. This wonderful confection, as the name indicates, is softer, chewy and more like a nougat. It’s perfect for those who don’t like hard candy or fear cracking a tooth on these sugary delights.
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These Chocolate-Dipped Frozen Bananas are cool, creamy and completely decadent. As the warmer months approach, they are the perfect summertime treat. With this easy recipe, you can make several batches and have them ready to enjoy on those hot days. Shredded coconut and peanuts are my favorite topping combo but feel free to use any toppings you […]
Eating green papaya is a Viet favorite and using it in salads is a wonderful way to enjoy this tasty tropical fruit. Green papaya, like most green fruit, is unripened and not at all sweet. Green papaya has a really interesting texture–crunchy and slightly chewy. I’ve received numerous requests for papaya salad recipes and often wonder which one is being […]
If you need a tasty dish with lots of pizzazz, look no further! These Grilled Chicken Lettuce Wraps are beautiful when assembled, absolutely scrumptious and so much fun to eat. There’s something so carefree (and messy!) about eating with your fingers and this is the perfect dish for you to just dig in. Grab a […]
This savory appetizer is made by quickly stir-frying baby clams with fresh herbs and serving with your favorite chips. You can also serve on crusty bread similar to bruschetta. If you’re looking for something different to try, here’s a tasty and unique dish. How about making this for your next party or get-together? Watch the video […]
This recipe for Cabbage Chicken Salad (Goi Ga Bap Cai) is an easy-to-make salad you can serve as a main meal or side dish. The aroma of the Vietnamese coriander and the mint adds such freshness to this salad and the combination of shredded veggies, chicken and fish sauce dipping sauce is absolutely delicious! If you’re […]