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Nau An Cathy Ha: How to Make Authentic and Healthy Vietnamese Food at Home



Nau An Cathy Ha: How to Make Authentic and Healthy Vietnamese Food at Home




If you love Vietnamese food and want to learn how to make it at home, you should check out Nau An Cathy Ha, a YouTube channel that features easy and delicious Vietnamese cooking and recipes for today's lifestyle. Cathy Ha is a famous Vietnamese chef who started creating cooking videos in Vietnamese and now updating and sharing the best recipes in English. She shows you how to make various dishes from appetizers, soups, salads, noodles, rice, meat, seafood, vegetarian, desserts and more.




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In this article, we will introduce you to some of her most popular videos and recipes that you can try at home. You will be amazed by how simple and tasty they are!


The BEST Nuoc Mam Vietnamese Dipping Sauce /Nước Mắm Pha (English)




Nuoc mam is the quintessential Vietnamese dipping sauce that goes well with almost any dish. It is made with fish sauce, lime juice, sugar, water, garlic and chili. Cathy Ha shows you how to make the best nuoc mam that is balanced in flavor and aroma. You can adjust the amount of sugar, lime juice and chili according to your preference. You can use this sauce for spring rolls, salads, noodles, grilled meat and more.


The BEST Shaking Beef /Bò Lúc Lắc Dinner w/Watercress Salad (English)




Shaking beef is a classic Vietnamese dish that features tender cubes of beef marinated in soy sauce, oyster sauce, sugar, garlic and black pepper. The beef is quickly stir-fried in a hot pan until browned and juicy. Cathy Ha serves it with a refreshing watercress salad dressed with vinegar, sugar and salt. She also shows you how to make a simple dipping sauce with lime juice, salt and pepper. This dish is easy to make and perfect for a weeknight dinner.


Vegetarian Singapore Noodles/Bun Xao Singapore (English CC/subs)




If you are looking for a vegetarian option, you can try this recipe for Singapore noodles. It is a stir-fried noodle dish with curry powder, soy sauce, vegetables and tofu. Cathy Ha uses rice vermicelli noodles that are soaked in water until soft. She stir-fries them with onion, garlic, carrot, cabbage, bean sprouts and tofu. She adds curry powder, soy sauce, sugar and salt to season the noodles. She garnishes the dish with cilantro and green onion. This dish is flavorful and satisfying.


Braised Roasted Pork Belly with Vermicelli /Bun Heo Quay Kho (English sub)




This is a delicious dish that combines braised roasted pork belly with vermicelli noodles and fresh herbs. Cathy Ha shows you how to make the roasted pork belly by rubbing it with salt, sugar, five-spice powder and baking powder. She bakes it in the oven until crispy and golden. She then cuts it into bite-sized pieces and braises them in a sauce made with coconut water, fish sauce, sugar and caramel. She serves the pork belly with vermicelli noodles, lettuce, mint, cilantro, cucumber and pickled carrots and daikon. She also makes a nuoc mam dipping sauce to go with it. This dish is rich, savory and refreshing.


Spicy Duck Curry with Rambutan Fruit /Cari Vit Quay (Vietnamese)




If you want to try something exotic and spicy, you can try this recipe for duck curry with rambutan fruit. It is a dish that features duck meat cooked in a coconut curry sauce with rambutan fruit, pineapple, potato and carrot. Cathy Ha shows you how to marinate the duck meat with curry powder, salt, sugar and fish sauce. She then fries the duck until browned and crispy. She makes the curry sauce by sautéing onion, garlic, lemongrass, ginger and curry paste. She adds coconut milk, chicken broth, fish sauce, sugar and salt to make the sauce. She then adds the duck meat, rambutan fruit, pineapple, potato and carrot and simmers until everything is tender. She serves the dish with steamed rice or bread. This dish is spicy, sweet and aromatic.


Basil Chicken /Gà Xào Lá Quế (English)




Basil chicken is a simple and flavorful dish that features chicken stir-fried with basil leaves, onion, garlic and chili. Cathy Ha shows you how to marinate the chicken with soy sauce, oyster sauce, sugar, cornstarch and black pepper. She then stir-fries the chicken with onion, garlic and chili until cooked through. She adds basil leaves at the end to give the dish a fresh and fragrant flavor. She serves the dish with steamed rice or noodles. This dish is quick and easy to make and perfect for a busy day.


Beet Soup /Canh Cu Den (English)




Beet soup is a healthy and colorful dish that features beets, pork ribs, tomatoes and cilantro. Cathy Ha shows you how to peel and chop the beets into small pieces. She then boils the pork ribs in water with salt and ginger until tender. She adds the beets and tomatoes and simmers until the beets are soft. She seasons the soup with fish sauce, sugar and black pepper. She garnishes the soup with cilantro and green onion. She serves the soup with steamed rice or bread. This soup is nutritious and delicious.


Char Siu Roasted Chicken /Ga Nuong Lo Xa Xiu (English)




Char siu roasted chicken is a mouthwatering dish that features chicken marinated in a char siu sauce and roasted in the oven. Cathy Ha shows you how to make the char siu sauce by mixing hoisin sauce, soy sauce, honey, sugar, five-spice powder, garlic and red food coloring. She then rubs the sauce all over the chicken and lets it marinate for at least two hours. She roasts the chicken in the oven until golden and juicy. She serves the chicken with rice, cucumber, lettuce and nuoc mam dipping sauce. This dish is sweet, savory and succulent.


Spicy Veggies and Shrimp Tteokbokki / Banh Bot Xao (Vietnamese)




Tteokbokki is a popular Korean dish that features rice cakes cooked in a spicy sauce. Cathy Ha shows you how to make a Vietnamese version of this dish by using shrimp and vegetables instead of fish cakes and eggs. She shows you how to soak the rice cakes in water until soft. She then stir-fries them with onion, garlic, carrot, cabbage, bean sprouts and shrimp. She adds gochujang (Korean red pepper paste), soy sauce, sugar and water to make the sauce. She cooks until everything is well coated and tender. She sprinkles sesame seeds on top for extra crunch. She serves the dish with kimchi or pickled radish. This dish is spicy, chewy and satisfying.


Egg Noodle with Chicken /Mi Kho Ga (English sub)




Egg noodle with chicken is a hearty and comforting dish that features egg noodles tossed with chicken and a savory sauce. Cathy Ha shows you how to boil the chicken in water with salt, ginger and onion until cooked through. She then shreds the chicken and sets it aside. She also saves some of the chicken broth for later. She then stir-fries the egg noodles with oil, garlic, soy sauce, oyster sauce, sugar and black pepper until slightly crispy. She adds some of the chicken broth to moisten the noodles. She serves the noodles with the shredded chicken, lettuce, cucumber, cilantro and green onion. She also makes a nuoc mam dipping sauce to go with it. This dish is filling and flavorful.


Baby Clam and Vermicelli Salad /Bun Hen Xao (Vietnamese)




Baby clam and vermicelli salad is a refreshing and light dish that features baby clams stir-fried with garlic and chili and served over vermicelli noodles and fresh herbs. Cathy Ha shows you how to rinse and drain the baby clams. She then stir-fries them with oil, garlic, chili, fish sauce, sugar and black pepper until fragrant and dry. She sets them aside and lets them cool slightly. She then cooks the vermicelli noodles in boiling water until soft. She drains them and rinses them with cold water. She serves the noodles with the baby clams, lettuce, mint, cilantro, bean sprouts, roasted peanuts and fried shallots. She also makes a nuoc mam dipping sauce to go with it. This dish is crunchy, spicy and refreshing.


Homemade Crouton/Faux Fried Pork Fat /Tep Mo Banh Mi (English)




Homemade crouton or faux fried pork fat is a crunchy and tasty topping that you can use for various dishes such as banh mi (Vietnamese sandwich), soup or salad. Cathy Ha shows you how to make it by using bread cubes instead of pork fat. She shows you how to cut the bread into small cubes and toss them with oil, salt and garlic powder. She then bakes them in the oven until golden and crispy. She stores them in an airtight container for later use. These homemade croutons are easy to make and delicious.


Saigon-Style Steamed Bread Wrap /Banh Mi Hap (English)




Banh mi hap is a steamed bread wrap that is filled with various ingredients such as pork, egg, pate, cucumber, carrot and cilantro. Cathy Ha shows you how to make it by using store-bought bread dough. She shows you how to roll out the dough and cut it into circles. She then steams them in a bamboo steamer until soft and fluffy. She then fills them with sliced pork, fried egg, pate, cucumber, carrot and cilantro. She also makes a nuoc mam dipping sauce to go with it. This dish is soft, savory and fresh.


Basmati Rice with Crab Meat /Com Cua (Vietnamese)




Com cua is a fragrant and flavorful rice dish that features basmati rice cooked with crab meat, onion, garlic and butter. Cathy Ha shows you how to rinse and soak the basmati rice in water for 30 minutes. She then drains them and sets them aside. She then sautés the onion and garlic with butter in a pot until soft. She adds the crab meat and salt and cooks until the crab meat is heated through. She then adds the rice and water and brings it to a boil. She then lowers the heat and simmers until the rice is cooked and fluffy. She serves the dish with cucumber, tomato and cilantro. This dish is buttery, aromatic and delicious.


Vietnamese Vermicelli w/Grilled Pork Patties/Bun Cha Ha Noi (English CC)




Bun cha Ha Noi is a famous dish from Hanoi that features grilled pork patties served over vermicelli noodles and fresh herbs. Cathy Ha shows you how to make the pork patties by mixing ground pork with shallot, garlic, fish sauce, sugar, salt and black pepper. She then shapes them into small patties and grills them on a charcoal grill until charred and juicy. She also makes a nuoc mam dipping sauce by mixing fish sauce, lime juice, sugar, water, garlic and chili. She serves the pork patties with vermicelli noodles, lettuce, mint, cilantro, bean sprouts and pickled carrots and daikon. This dish is smoky, tangy and refreshing.


Conclusion




Nau An Cathy Ha is a great YouTube channel to learn how to make authentic and healthy Vietnamese food at home. Cathy Ha is a talented and passionate chef who shares her best recipes and tips with her viewers. She shows you how to make a variety of dishes from different regions and cuisines of Vietnam. You can find something for every taste and occasion. Whether you are looking for a quick and easy meal, a spicy and exotic dish, a vegetarian option, a sweet treat or a traditional delicacy, you can find it on Nau An Cathy Ha. You will be impressed by how simple and delicious Vietnamese cooking can be. So what are you waiting for? Subscribe to Nau An Cathy Ha and start cooking today! b99f773239


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