Nước chấm (Vietnamese: [nɨ́ək tɕə̌m]) is a common name for a variety of Vietnamese "dipping sauces" that are served quite frequently as condiments.It is commonly a sweet, sour, salty, savoury and/or spicy sauce.
Vietnamese dipping sauce is made with garlic, red pepper flakes, fresh lime juice, and fish sauce. This is good on grilled beef.
(Vietnamese Lime Sauce) This recipe is used to prepared Grilled Lemongrass Beef and Noodle Salad. Can be prepared in 45 minutes or less.
This ubiquitous and essential condiment is a bright and spicy mix of sweet, sour, salty, and bitter flavors.
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Keep a jar of this sauce in the refrigerator; it will last for a month. You can find ground chile paste (my favorite is Rooster brand) and fish sauce at many supermarkets but always at Asian groceries.
Elevate your spring rolls with this magical Vietnamese condiment. This Nuoc Cham Recipe has perfect levels of sour, sweet, salty, savory and spicy!
“This sauce is delicious on just about anything including plain white rice. Wonderful on grilled shrimp. It is the sauce used for the Grilled Vietnamese Jumbo Shrimp on Sugarcane Sticks that I posted. Great recipe with many variations!” Nuoc cham is good on everything. Try dipping egg rolls in ...
Every good Vietnamese cook needs to master this dipping sauce. It’s used in many dishes to bring all the elements together. However, it can be easily botched, especially if your taste buds are not well versed in balancing subtle nuances between sour, sweet, salty and spicy.
Nuoc cham is the key dipping sauce in Vietnamese cuisine and it accompanies salads as well as many other dishes - search our website for a range of Vietnamese recipes.
Getting the hang of making this Vietnamese dipping sauce (nước chấm) is an important step to making your cuisine just right. Since it’s just about everywhere in Vietnamese cooking, it’s simply referred to as “dipping sauce”.