Vietnamese Pork Recipes

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Vietnamese pork recipes highlight the real flavor of Vietnamese people & their culture. Learn about Vietnamese cooking with these easy-to-follow recipes. The Vietnamese pork recipes contain a lot of spices and herbs and they are generally a starter or main course. There are many kinds of recipes from soups to grilled dishes. So follow these step-by-step recipes, and as a result, you will find these Vietnamese pork recipes are perfect for you to try at home.

The Vietnamese pork dish named Bun Cha is one of the most popular Vietnamese food dishes in Vietnam. Moreover, It has been chosen as one of the top ten must-eat dishes by CNN Travel in 2011. In this dish, you dip pork meatballs in a sweet and sour fish sauce based broth with various fresh vegetables, herbs and noodles. In addition, this dish is also famous due to its history, which is linked to a story about Vietnamese Communist leader Ho Chi Minh who was shown this dish by a local chef when he visited Hanoi during the 1920s. After that, this recipe became very popular among the locals and many people have been enjoying it since then.

In general, there are two kinds of pork that are mainly used for preparing Vietnamese recipes including white pork and marinated pork. White or fatty pork includes shoulder or leg cuts or bacon or other lean cuts. Marinated pork includes any kind of meat that has been marinated with fish sauce for a long time before cooking such as steamed bun

7 - Vietnamese Grilled Pork

Restaurant style gilled Vietnamese lemongrass pork is bursting with chargrilled BBQ flavor, the perfect mix of sweet and savory. Served with the classic Nuoc Cham dipping sauce.

Vietnamese Grilled Pork recipe

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6 - Canh Bi Do Thit - Vietnamese Kabocha Squash Soup

This recipe is great because thanks to the delicious and well balanced pork bouillon, along with the thinly sliced squash, it’s super quick to throw together in a hurry for a dinner that is hearty and filling while not feeling heavy, it’s still light and delicate with a great flavor.

Canh Bi Do Thit - Vietnamese Kabocha Squash Soup

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5 - Vietnamese Banh Mi with Pork Meatballs

Filled with pickled vegetables, fresh herbs, marinated pork meatballs, and spicy sriracha mayonnaise, this Vietnamese Banh Mi sandwich might be one of the best sandwiches ever! Vietnamese street food right in your own home!

Vietnamese Banh Mi with Pork Meatballs

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4 - Egg Roll Recipe

Fried egg rolls and savory rolls are usually filled with pork, vegetables, and a few other staple Asian ingredients. The flour-based wrappers give the dish a crispy blanket and uniquely small bubbles on the surface once fried.

Egg Roll Recipe

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3 - Vietnamese Bánh Tráng Nướng

This recipe is a Vietnamese Street food sometimes referred to as Vietnamese pizza but truly it has very little in common with pizza. Toppings can be a few things. Eggs and green onions are always the base, also usually an umami rich meat, but other than that you can add what you want.

Vietnamese Bánh Tráng Nướng

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2 - Bún Thịt Nướng (Vietnamese Grilled Pork with Noodles)

Tender pieces of marinated pork, stir fried until crisp on a bed of rice noodles, bean sprouts, fresh herbs and Nuoc Cham, Bún Thịt Nướng, or Vietnamese Grilled Pork with Noodles, is delicious and super easy to make – perfect for those weeknight dinners!

Bún Thịt Nướng (Vietnamese Grilled Pork with Noodles)

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1 - Bun Cha (Vietnamese Meatball Vermicelli Bowl)

“Good food is very often, even most often, simple food”- A. Bourdain. Bun Cha is just such a thing. Bun Cha is a beautiful thing. It’s a vibrant mix of juicy caramelized pork meatballs shaped like discs, delicate vermicelli, fresh garnishes… All united by one refreshing, flavorful light dipping sauce. Every single bite is pure harmony.

Bun Cha (Vietnamese Meatball Vermicelli Bowl)

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