Vietnamese Fusion Glass Noodle Bowl

Vietnamese Fusion Glass Noodles Bowl

 Vietnamese Fusion Glass Noodle Bowl

 Vietnamese Fusion Glass Noodle Bowl

 

This is possibly the easiest and tastiest dinner to make , I absolutely love Asian food literally everything about it. This is based on Vietnamese noodle bowl I used to get in Auckland New Zealand at least 2 x per week !

Basically the sky is the limit with what you put in your fusion bowl whether it be vegan, vegetarian ora full on meat lovers this is completely simple and versatile.

This recipe was made for 2 people, but you can add more or less too suit a meal for one or a table full of guests.

 The sauce (Nuoc Cham) it is so simple to make you can add more or less of each ingredient to suit your taste buds, for me its always more lime !

Ingredients

Sauce (Nuoc Cham)

6 tbsp. water

2 tbsp. sugar

 2 tbsp fresh lime or lemon juice

1- 2 tbsp fish sauce

1 clove finely chopped garlic

1-2 chopped red hot chilies (optional)

Instructions for sauce (Nuoc Cham)

Combine water and sugar in a bowl

Add lime or lemon juice

Add fish sauce slowly testing as you go  until you like how it tastes

Add  garlic and chilies

Refrigerate for half hour 

Chicken Marinade

2 tbs tamari sauce (soy as a substitute)

2 tbs lime juice

1 tbs fish sauce

1 tsp cooking oil

1 clove crushed garlic

2 tbs honey


Ingredients Fusion Bowl

 package of glass noodles (vermicelli)

1 large shredded carrot

1 large thinly sliced cucumber (seeded)

1/4 thinly sliced cabbage

2 thinly sliced green onion

2 chopped chicken breasts

Instructions 

*marinade chicken for at least 1 hour or up to 24.

soak glass noodles  in hot water for 3 minutes (or according to packet instructions) drain and rinse under cold water to prevent noodles from sticking together, set aside

Heating  ½ tbsp oil in a fry pan remove chicken from marinade and cook on medium heat for about 6 to 8 minutes until dark golden brown , set aside to cool

Place noodles in bowl top with your veggies and chicken and mix together with your sauce (Nuoc Cham)

serve with lime slices

Alternatively you can serve all veggies and chicken on a platter for guests to pick what they like 😘

enjoy

jen

jennifer rice

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