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Xu Hướng 3/2023 # Dip, Toss, Marinate, And More With Nuoc Cham, An Essential Vietnamese Sauce # Top 7 View

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Sweet, sour, salty, savory, spicy: Nuoc Cham embodies just about every aspect of flavor that our tongues are capable of tasting. This essential Vietnamese fish sauce employs lime juice, sugar, chiles, and sometimes garlic to make a multi-use, multi-dimensional sauce that you can add to so many dishes. We repeat: So. Many. Dishes.

From vegetables, crepes, and noodles to fish and meat, it’s as versatile as they come. Nuoc Cham’s main function is for dipping and condiment use, but it also works for tossing, sautéing, marinating, swirling, and just plain flavoring. (Seriously, you name it!)

You can prepare it early in the day (always a win) and let it sit at room temperature (no extra fridge space required).

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While Vietnamese in origin, Nuoc Cham’s sweet, sour, and salty flavor works well with other cuisines from around Asia. Here are a few menus-the dishes, you could mix and match-that’ll get you using Nuoc Cham regularly.

How to use Nuoc Cham:

Use Nuoc Cham in a suite of dipping sauces for the spicy noodle cake.

Then get to tossing: The cucumber salad and the spicy Thai steak salad would be very happy to marinate in it.

How to use Nuoc Cham:

Repeat after us: Dipping and dressing, dipping and dressing. Spring rolls are a classic pair with Nuoc Cham, and the rice salad wouldn’t be sad to have it as an extra dressing.

Serve it up for dipping with the grilled chicken, and you could even add it to the chicken’s marinade.

How to use Nuoc Cham:

Dip dumplings into Nuoc Cham over and over.

Then, add it to your salad and go back to dipping for the main course of simple, succulent chicken.

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Vietnamese Dipping Sauce (Nuoc Cham)



This Vietnamese Dipping Sauce (Nuoc Cham) is one of my favorite Paleo and Keto salad dressings. From spring roll dipping sauce to noodle dishes. This is the must-have condiment for Vietnamese food lovers!

Use my Keto Nuoc Cham for Vietnamese noodle salad, Vietnamese air fryer chicken wings, and Vietnamese lemongrass chicken!

Nuoc Cham is a sweet, sour, and salty condiment that is served with virtually every Vietnamese dish. I love using it as a dipping sauce for my Paleo spring rolls or drizzle it over Vietnamese lemongrass chicken noodle bowls. Today’s Vietnamese dipping sauce recipe is for keto and paleo users.

Nước Chấm Pronunciation

Nuoc [nook] Cham [chum]

How long does nuoc cham last in the fridge?

If store in a glass and airtight container in the fridge, nuoc cham should last 3-4 weeks. The chili and garlic flavor might become stronger overtime. Use a clean spoon every time to keep the sauce fresh.

Does fish sauce have shellfish?

I only use one brand of fish sauce – Red Boat – and it contains dry anchovies and sea salt. Red Boat fish sauce does not have shellfish and it’s my go-to for Thai and Vietnamese cookings.

How do you make Vietnamese dipping fish sauce?

To make Paleo and Keto Vietnamese Sauce (Nuoc Cham), you’ll need –

Lime juice

Fish sauce

Rice vinegar

Warm water

Keto honey (product link in profile), honey, or maple syrup

Garlic cloves

Thai chilis or serrano chili pepper

Vietnamese Dipping Sauce Pairings

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Vietnamese Dipping Sauce (Nuoc Cham) – Paleo Keto

This Vietnamese Dipping Sauce (Nuoc Cham) is one of my favorite Paleo and Keto salad dressings. From spring roll dipping sauce to noodle dishes. This is the must-have condiment for Vietnamese food lovers! Makes about 3/4 cup.

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How To Make Vietnamese Dipping Sauce (Nuoc Cham)

I love, love, love this Vietnamese Dipping Sauce (Nuoc Cham) sauce! Seriously, if I can add this to anything, I will. It’s just so good! It’s amazing that with just a few ingredients mixed together, this sauce produces such a complex yet delicious combination of flavors!

It showcases perfectly balanced flavors that all work together to create a condiment that truly enhances the taste of anything it is added to.

I have often said that this Nuoc Cham perfectly defines what Vietnamese cuisine all about. How did I know that?

Through a cooking class I attended in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam a few years ago when I visited the country while on a cooking tour for my book to learn more about Vietnamese cuisine.

I learned so much under an amazing chef who was previously a scientist, a chemist, if I recall it correctly. That’s why all his recipes were very precise – he has almost a formulaic approach to his cooking. It must work because everything I tasted during that cooking class was absolutely delicious!

Most of all he kindly shared literally hundreds of his recipes with me. I could even open a Vietnamese restaurant if I wanted to based on those! Haha.

He was the one who introduced me to the “happy family” of flavors that make up Vietnamese cuisine. After tasting all the dishes he prepared, I was totally sold.

Even today, every time I cook Vietnamese food, I hear his voice in my ears whispering – “Remember the happy family. You do that and everything will be fine!” That is what guides me in making delicious Vietnamese food.

So what is this HAPPY FAMILY in Vietnamese cooking?

Well, happy family represents a harmonious and perfectly balanced combination of flavors that is associated with Vietnamese food and cooking.

Essentially, “happy family” is a combination of sweet, salty, sour, and spicy flavors all coming together in one dish. Neither one flavor overpowers the rest but all work together to produce a layer of flavors that would make your tastebuds sing!

Don’t you notice this layering of flavors when you eat Vietnamese and Thai food? Nothing monotonous in their flavors! Yup, their cuisine is so closely related to one another!

I think the Thais and the Vietnamese have truly perfected this art! That’s why I am a huge fan of their cuisine!!!

So my favorite chef told me that whenever I make Vietnamese food, I should remember to balance these flavors and that the result would always be delicious and authentic! I have often applied this principle not just to Vietnamese cooking but any other Asian cuisine and the results were amazing.

Learn how to balance these flavors and your dish would come out tasty and complex and would never be one-dimensional. Also, training your palate to do this means in the future you may not even need to totally follow a recipe but can simply use your own tastebuds to guide you. Now, that is amazing!

INGREDIENTS YOU NEED TO MAKE this basic Vietnamese Dipping Sauce (Nuoc Cham)

Lime juice – freshly squeezed is best. This represents the SOUR element.

Fish sauce – use only the best and purest quality you can find (no additives). This represents the SALTY element.

Sugar – white or brown is fine. Brown sugar like the one I used above, makes this sauce slightly darker. – This represents the SWEET element.

Water – helps dilute the sauce a little and also aids in balancing all the other flavors.

Thai red chili – this would add a little kick but won’t make the spring rolls or salad spicy so don’t forget to add this. This represents the SPICY element.

Garlic – adds even more complexity and deliciousness to the sauce!

Nuoc Cham Vietnamese Dipping Fish Sauce

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Nuoc Cham Dipping Sauce is a sweet and complex Vietnamese Dipping Fish Sauce used as a condiment for Egg Rolls, Bun, Stir Fry and more.

Nuoc Cham Dipping Sauce is a Vietnamese Dipping Sauce that is a sweet, slightly spicy, fish sauce used as a condiment for many Vietnamese dishes. I love to dip Vietnamese Eggrolls (oh my gosh, I love Vietnamese eggrolls, all wrapped up in a big lettuce leaf) in the sauce!

It is really good over Bun Thịt Nướng (Vietnamese BBQ Pork Noodle Salad), over White Rice and on many other things. It is super simple to make.

I always say to get the best ingredients your budget allows. My preference is the Three Crabs Brand Fish Sauce. Thai Bird Chilies, which are very spicy, add a nice heat to the Nuoc Cham, but if you are not able to find those, a Serrano or Jalapeno will work, or you can just add a little extra of the Sambal Oelek Ground Fresh Chili Paste. Because I use a lot of limes in my cooking, I always have True Lime in my pantry in case I run out of fresh limes.

I promise you, True Lime tastes like you just went outside, picked a lime from your tree and squeezed it fresh. The whole line of True Lime/Lemon products are wonderful and I use the True Spices in my cooking.

You can use a mortar and pestle, or you can just toss everything into a food processor, blender or Vitamix, your choice. Make sure you refrigerate the Nuoc Cham for several hours before using to give the ingredients in the sauce a chance to incorporate.

Don’t forget to prepare your Thịt Nướng (Vietnamese BBQ Pork) for your Bun Thịt Nướng (Vietnamese BBQ Pork & Rice Noodles) too, as it also needs an overnight refrigeration.

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