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Recipes containing Fish Sauce

Asian Chicken Lettuce Wraps

Chicken Lettuce Wraps

These family-friendly lettuce wraps are not only ready in under 30 minutes, but they also require fewer than a dozen ingredients. Cubed cucumber and chopped green onion add crunch while simple mint and cilantro complement the garlic, red onion, and ground chicken combination. It wouldn’t be a wrap without the lettuce, so selective eaters get… Read More »

Thai Fish Cakes with Barramundi

Thai Fish Cakes with Barramundi

It’s not every day that an occasion comes around to splurge on making crab cakes at home. But when you venture out into other types of seafood, you’ll come across the humble, yet just as delicious fish cake. In this recipe, Carolyn makes her patties out of meaty barramundi, ginger, garlic, cumin, and coriander. With… Read More »

Thai Coconut Soup with Barramundi

Thai Coconut Soup with Barramundi

This soup is somewhere in between a traditional East Coast fish chowder and the authentic Thai coconut-milk based tom kha. In her desire to create a dairy-free variation on a fish chowder, Lindsey infused the the broth in this dish with the intense flavors of ginger, garlic, Thai basil, lemongrass, and kaffir lime leaves. Along with… Read More »

8/7/2013#WorldCuisine

Bun Cha (Vietnamese Grilled Pork Meatballs)

Bun Cha - Vietnamese Pork Meatballs

Escape to Southeast Asia with this street food classic. Bun Cha, Vietnamese meatballs with a zesty, garlicky dipping sauce served over thin vermicelli noodles (aka rice noodles), is a lighter, Asian, gluten-free alternative to spaghetti and meatballs. Juicy and a little sweet, the meatballs in this dish are grilled as opposed to baked or sauteed,… Read More »

7/23/2013#Healthy

Laab Moo (Thai Pork Salad)

Laab Moo - Thai Pork Salad

There’s something about Thai flavors that are just addictive. Tangy lemongrass or lime, sweet palm sugar, salty fish sauce, and aromatic Thai basil and mint make for a multidimensional, colorful cuisine that’s simply craveworthy. But so much of Thai food is high calorie, from thick, flat stir-fry noodles to sugary sweet coconut. The Thai and… Read More »

7/17/2013#WorldCuisine

Pad See Ew

Pad See Ew

If you think the best dishes are those that require hours of preparation and come with a hefty price tag at top restaurants, think again! In Thailand, the best food you can find is almost always stir fried in a single wok over the open flame of someone’s street corner stand. For a few coins,… Read More »

4/7/2013#GlutenFree

Vietnamese Crab and Asparagus Soup

Vietnamese Crab and Asparagus Soup

Spring is finally arriving and winter is on its way out, but that doesn’t mean we have to give up on substantial soups as a delicious meal option. Departing from the traditional sweet, sour, salty and spicy flavor spectrum Vietnamese dishes are known for, Cate takes a fresh approach using the Chinese-style egg-drop technique, swirling… Read More »

1/22/2013#Healthy

Turkey Pad Thai

Turkey Pad Thai

Save your money and skip the takeout tonight. After all, Thai food is all about a balance of flavors and textures and this Pad Thai recipe delivers…in just 30 minutes! It’s a sweet, salty, tangy, and crunchy combination that comes together for a quick fire dish that’s as healthy as it is delicious. Instead of… Read More »

11/14/2012#WorldCuisine

Grilled Pork Banh Mi

Grilled Pork Banh Mi

This sandwich is special to us. Why, you ask? As many of you know, we’re based in Boston, Massachusetts, where we have access to delicious cuisines from around the world. One of our favorite go-to spots (as-in, more than once a week) is a Vietnamese stall at an Asian food court where they create the… Read More »