Sunshine yellow deliciousness with a hit of chilli and herbs, this Vietnamese fish dish is popular in Hanoi. Make your own version for dinner tonight.
Beef and green papaya is a classic combination in Vietnamese cuisine. Vietnamese restaurant Cây Tre uses traditional ingredients to create this fresh and vibrant beef and green papaya salad. Traditionally made with dried beef, this modern version uses rare steak.
Fresh, vibrant and ready in 25 minutes, these summer rolls are a quick and healthy summer entertaining idea.
Check out our easy Vietnamese-inspired dish with fiery pork meatballs. This low-calorie recipe is quick to make and packed with plenty of fresh flavour.
Check out our super simple cheat's chicken pho. This wholesome recipe is packed with rich, fragrant flavours, and it's easy to make. Plus, it's low in calories too.
Banh-mi is a Vietnamese stuffed baguette – banh means bread and mi, wheat. This version is packed with delicious flavours and looks fantastic with so many colourful ingredients. It's perfect for summer.
Check out this clever (and healthy) way to serve salmon. Flavoured with ginger, lime zest, red chilli and garlic, this zingy salad is inspired by Vietnamese cuisine.
A super-healthy carrot and white cabbage salad gets the Vietnamese treatment. The zingy lime, chilli and ginger dressing gives the crunchy veg a massive lift. Serve as a side with chicken or pack up for a low-fat lunch.
Quick, healthy and packed with flavour, beef pho is easier to make than you think. This fragrant noodle soup is eaten for breakfast, lunch and sometimes dinner in Vietnam.
Bun cha is a typical salad in Vietnam. This is very easy to prepare as the sizzling pork is served with a make-ahead salad of cold noodles, herbs and beansprouts and a punchy dipping sauce.
Spiralized veg takes the place of noodles in these super-healthy, Vietnamese-style vegan rolls. They're great to pack for a posh picnic.
Try our glazed Vietnamese-style BBQ pork. This recipe is great for family BBQs; it's delicately sweet, gluten-free and easily serves six. Alternatively, this recipe works just as well when roasted.
We love Vietnamese-inspired flavours, and this beef and lemongrass dish makes great use of them. It's a one-pot, so there's minimal washing up, and is under 300 calories but still packs a punch in terms of flavour.