how to make Vietnamese grilled pork noodle bowls

  1. cathy ogi says:

    We eat this type of noodle in Japan, too. Amazed about your knowledge of foods. I guess that’s why you are writing about it here! Astounding!

    • Hello Cathy! I love all noodles, but rice noodles (and cold soba!) are so refreshing on a hot day. I am so happy you tuned in today, it’s really nice to hear from you! Thank you so much for your support, take care and have a great weekend! xo Kelly

  2. Julie Greene says:

    Hi Kelly,

    This noodle pork salad sounds delicious. When our children were young, we had a Vietnamese restaurant near us which we visited at least once a week. My favorite dish was spicy grilled pork so it see,s like I will love your salad.

    Thanks for another tasty dish to try!

    • Hi Julie, I think you will LOVE this recipe! Add some chiles to spice up the marinade and I bet the flavors will bring back the memories of your neighborhood Vietnamese restaurant. Thanks so much for reading today! Have a great weekend! xo Kelly

  3. I am so impressed with your culinary skills.

    • Awww, Linda, you’re too kind. I really appreciate your support and I am so happy you enjoy the column. Take care and have a lovely summer weekend! xo Kelly

  4. Cheryl says:

    I’ve just started following your Saturday posts and your recipes. Each looks delicious and I plan to try them all. But this noodle bowl is wonderful! So crisp and refreshing. Perfect dinner for a hot summer night . Thank you!

    • Hi Cheryl, Thanks for stopping by on Saturdays to spend time with Kelly’s Kitchen. I am so happy you’ve started to follow and I look forward to sharing more ideas with you! This dish is wonderfully refreshing and so satisfying while still being healthy and full of vitamins and protein. Give it a try, I am sure you’ll love it! Have a great weekend, see you next week 🙂 xo Kelly

  5. Marian says:

    Hello, Kelly (and Beth). I have been an avid reader of Beth’s Blog for 4 years. I enjoy the recipe and life-style posts the most. I absolutely find Kelly’s cooking /recipe posts so inspiring and knowledgeable – thanks to you both!!!

    • Hello Marian, Thanks so much! It makes me very happy to know you find inspiration and useful information in my recipes. I very much enjoy sharing ideas with Beth’s readers and I am grateful for all of your support. Have a lovely weekend! xo Kelly

  6. Andrea says:

    Oh Kelly! That really looks like something that not only I would love, but also something I could accomplish.

    You make cooking simple, fun and yet sophisticated looking. Perfect.

    • Hi Andrea! Thank you so much! This dish is easy to accomplish. You could even bake the pork instead of grilling, if that’s easier for you. Bake the pork in a 375 degree oven until is nearly done then broil it until it develops some caramelization. Bún thịt nướng is a feast for the eyes as well as the taste buds! Take care and enjoy your weekend, xo Kelly

  7. Suzanne Smith says:

    This looks so good and easy–I wind up chopping and prepping stuff all the time, so being able to do most of this in advance doesn’t bother me a bit. I’ll have to try it. The scallion oil sounds interesting! I’ve never done that before and I bet it adds some yummy flavor. Did it pass inspection with the Djalalas?! 😉 It looks marvelous.

    • Hi Suzanne! Nice to hear from you today. This recipe is perfect for you! Making it a day ahead makes it so much easier. Turns out the scallion oil is great on sandwiches, salads and eggs too, I am so glad I came across the recipe for it. I think it’d be good on Beth’s hummus too! It did pass inspection with the rest of the family! We will definitely be making it again in the very near future. Have a beautiful weekend! xo Kelly

  8. Est says:

    Kelly, this looks awesome! Looking forward to try this! Thanks for another delish recipe!

    • Thanks so much Est! I think you will like this recipe, its a big hit here, for sure! Thank you for tuning in today, take care and have a great weekend! xo Kelly

  9. Heather says:

    I made this tonight and it was delicious but I need to look for the Fish Sauce you recommended as I suspect it would add even more flavor. I was thrilled to use my Thai basil as I have so much growing right now.I will be making this again. Thanks for the great recipe!

    • Hi Heather, I am so happy you made this recipe! How nice to have the Thai basil too! Glad this is a “make-again” for you. 🙂 Take care, have a great week! xo Kelly

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