Bo Luc Lac (Vietnamese Shaking Beef) - You can use any cut of steak you like such as filet or ribeye, but we prefer sirloin. Some restaurants serve it with sauteed onions, lettuce, and rice (white or tomato paste rice) while others may present it more like a steak salad served on a bed of watercress and tomatoes, topped with pickled onions.
Banh Hoi (Vietnamese Rice Noodles with Beef) - Banh hoi are not eaten on their own, but rather as an accompaniment to rich, flavorful morsels, such as slices of this easy-to-prepare grilled beef. Vietnamese people love to bundle up food in lettuce and fresh herbs, which is exactly how this dish is enjoyed. #grilling
Banh Xeo Recipe (Sizzling Saigon Crepes): Xeo means “sizzling” so it’s also known as sizzling Saigon crepes. To eat, just wrap it with a lettuce leaf and herbs (Thai basil, Perilla herb, mint leaves) and then dip in nuoc cham, the ubiquitous Vietnamese dipping sauce made of fish sauce, lime juice, and sugar. #Vietnamese #seafood #fishsauce
Pok Pok Wings (Vietnamese Fish Sauce Wings): The wings are crispy, deeply flavorful, a tad salty but sweet at the same time, with the brilliant garlicky aroma and flavor from the deep-fried garlic.#vietnamese #chickenwings