Vietnamese Rice Noodle Salad
Cooked rice noodles are mixed with carrots, cucumbers, mint, and napa cabbage. A sauce made with cilantro, jalapeno peppers, lime juice, fish sauce, and sugar is spooned on top.
When it's hot outside, cold rice noodle salads can't be beat. Chop up some mixed herbs like basil, mint, and cilantro. Maybe some chopped lettuce, cabbage, carrots, or zucchini. Top with grilled chicken, pork, beef, tofu, or shrimp, and add a snappy dressing — these rice noodle salads are truly refreshing.
Many Vietnamese dishes are perfect for hot weather. This simple noodle salad combines fresh herbs, rice vermicelli, cucumber, bean sprouts, and more, topped with grilled shrimp. Tossed with a tangy sweet and sour sauce, it's a simple and satisfying dinner.
Grilled chicken thighs top this main dish salad that showcases the spicy and sweet flavors of Thai food. Toss with fresh herbs, vegetables, and crunchy peanuts for a simple and light-tasting meal.
This Vietnamese rice noodle salad is full of fresh and bold flavors from the additions of lemongrass chicken and a sweet, zesty sauce.
When it's too hot to cook this summer, use some leftover grilled shrimp, rice noodles, vegetables, herbs, and homemade dressing for a Vietnamese-style salad.
A light and refreshing cold salad loaded with pomelo, rice vermicelli, and an Asian-inspired dressing made with fish sauce and sweet chili sauce.
Ground pork, cilantro, green onion, and snow peas are mixed with rice noodles and peanuts in this Asian-inspired cold salad, a refreshing lunch.
Rice noodles are tossed with fresh basil, cilantro, green onions, ginger, and a soy sauce-based dressing in this fresh Thai-inspired salad.
Awesome dish! It is still pretty warm here in Texas, and in honor of "the last official day of summer" I made this light and refreshing dish last night. It is perfect and tastes authentically Vietnamese. I did not use fish oil, but light soy sauce instead, which worked perfectly. I love spicy food so I left the seeds and pulp of the jalapeno in the dressing. I believe this would be too intense for some, so the original recipe is worth sticking to. Thanks for this!