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Vietnamese Recipes & Cuisines (Sauces)

Stocks & Sauces Recipes

While the food of Vietnam has been influenced to a certain extent by the cooking of the Chinese, it would not be mistaken for Chinese food, for true Vietnamese food has a character and flavor all its own. Instead of using soy sauce, there is the universal use of fish sauce, nuoc mam or nuoc cham, which is added during cooking. Nuoc Man is more pungent than other Southeast Asian fish sauces. If it is not available, add a little dried shrimp paste to Chinese fish sauce for a good substitute. But nuoc mam sauce which is served as an accompaniment with practically everything, is based on nuoc mam with the addition of fresh chilies, garlic, sugar, lime or lemon and vinegar. The flavor is sharper and more pungent than anything the Chinese cuisine has to offer.

Stocks

  1. Beef Stock

  2. Brown Stock

  3. Chicken Stock

  4. Duck Stock

  5. Fish Stock

  6. Vegetable Stock

  7. Vietnamese Chicken Stock

Sauces

  1. Anchovy Dipping Sauce

  2. Annatto Seed Oil

  3. Bean Paste Dip

  4. Caramel Sauce

  5. Caramel Syrup

  6. Crushed Roasted Peanuts

  7. Cucumber Dipping Sauce

  8. Dark Sesame Paste Sauce

  9. Easy Peanut Sauce

  10. Fermented Anchovy Dip

  11. Fish and Beef Spring Roll Dipping Sauce

  12. Garlic and Mayonnaise Dip

  13. Infused Oil

  14. Lemon Garlic Dipping Sauce

  15. Lime and Ginger Sauce

  16. Mixed Fish Sauce

  17. Nuoc Cham Dipping Sauce

  18. Nuoc Leo Sauce

  19. Nuoc Mam Gung

  20. Nuoc Xa Ot

  21. Peanut Dipping Sauce

  1. Peanut Sauce

  2. Quick Sweet Chili Sauce

  3. Oyster Sauce

  4. Salted Chilies with Lime

  5. Satay Sauce

  6. Sesame Seed Sauce

  7. Shrimp Spring Roll Dipping Sauce

  8. Soy and Ginger Sauce

  9. Spicy Peanut Sauce

  10. Spicy Tamarind Dip

  11. Spicy Tomato Dipping Sauce

  12. Sweet and Sour Peanut Sauce

  13. Sweet and Sour Sauce

  14. Vietnamese Dipping Sauce

  15. Vinegar and Garlic Dip

 

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