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Vietnamese Grilled Chicken + Rice Bowls with Pickled Veg + Nuoc Cham

The recipe for these Vietnamese Grilled Chicken + Rice Bowls with Pickled Veg + Nuoc Cham (sweet, sour, and sometimes spicy citrusy fish sauce) is out of this world delicious! In Vietnamese, it’s pronounced Com Ga Nuong. It’s perfect for summer barbecues or hot days when you’re craving something refreshing and satisfying. 

Vietnamese Grilled Chicken + Rice Bowls with Pickled Veg + Nuoc Cham

I’ve never been to Vietnam but I have been to about a million Vietnamese restaurants. And every time, without fail, I tell myself that I’m going to order something different. And every time, without fail, I see Com Ga Nuong and get instant anxiety about missing out my favorite chicken and rice bowl. Continue reading

Pho-Inspired Vietnamese Deviled Eggs with Sriracha, Hoisin + Fresh Herbs

Pho-Inspired Vietnamese Deviled Eggs - The Perfect Father's Day Snack or AppetizerThese Pho-tastic Vietnamese Deviled Eggs are the freakin’ bomb. They’re spicy, sweet, funky, sour + super aromatic – basically all the good things in the world!  

So I’ve been workin’ on my fitness for the last few months and even though I’m obsessed with all things cheese, these cheese-less eggs have been one of my favorite healthy-ish go-tos! And I don’t know about you, but I am soooo not a meal prep type person but for these babes, I would reconsider. I absolutely love having these on hand when I’m ravenous and/or hangry. They provide the perfect pop of protein and they’re insanely delicious and addicting.

So what do they taste like and how do you do it? These pretty little deviled eggs are packed full of freshness and are suuuuuuper easy to make! All you need to do is separate the white from the yolk in your boiled eggs. Then use a fork to smash the yolks with with Kewpie Mayo, sweet chili, fish sauce, lime juice, sambal and a bunch of fresh herbs and pickled jalapeños. That mixture gets spooned into the egg whites and topped with sweet hoisin sauce, spicy sriracha and of course, more fresh herbs. It’s simple yet perfect which makes making them a no brainer. Continue reading