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Top 20 Vietnamese recipes

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Cinnamon Pate (Cha Que)

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This recipe is very tasty with an interesting texture. Unless you're a fan of hard work, use a food processor. The pate was originally pounded to the proper consistency in a mortar and pestle... It can be used all sorts of ways - made into balls for soup, sliced after cooking and added to lettuce or rice paper rolls, served with shrimp chips for munchies - whatever inspires you. The cinnamon flavor is discernible but not overpowering. I've actually made this recipe and found it to be a keeper.

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Asparagus Crab Soup (Sup Mang Tay Cua)

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The French introduced asparagus to the Vietnamese, who promptly incorporated this classic vegetable into their cuisine. The Vietnamese word for asparagus is "Western bamboo," due to its resemblance to bamboo shoots. asparagus is universally popular throughout Vietnam, this light, tasty dish will delight your family as well.

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Cha Gio

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Nuoc Leo (Peanut Sauce)

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Make this quick, easy and delicious peanut sauce for a dipping sauce to accompany spring rolls, seafood or vegetables.

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Barbecued Squid with Hot Dipping Sauce (Squid Sate)

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No country of origin, but I'm betting on Vietnam this time, mainly from the dip.

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