Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Hanh Dam - Vietnamese Vinegared Onions

Its really a hard task to find out vegetarian or vegan dishes from wonderful Vietnamese cuisine, while searching for something easy,quick and with less ingredients, i found out this easy breezy vinegared onions at Wandering Chopsticks and immediately i tried making some vinegared onions, for my surprise they tastes very good when served along with meats and rice dish, exactly like our Indian raitas..My H loved this vinegared onions after a day with some grilled meat, he loved it..Obviously these vinegared onions goes to AWED-Vietnam guest hosted by Priya,event by DK..

Hanh Dam

1no Onion (big)
1tsp Sugar
1/2cup Rice vinegar or white vinegar

Slice the onion as thin as possible,so that they will absorb the vinegar and turns soft..Add the sugar and vinegar to the sliced onions, mix everything and keep aside for few minutes..Serve as side dish, if there is some leftover conserve them in fridge and enjoy the next day, personally they tastes more tasty the next day..

38 comments:

  1. easy n yummy dish Priya... Keep rocking..
    Kurinji

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  2. Vinegared onions.... I had it years before in Dasprakash . It was red in colour with pearl onins. is it the same vinegar which you used?

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  3. Dear Priya
    You took me to Vietnam where I spent many months...but I recall they added a bit of fish stock or so. I am going to try it.
    Please try vinegared raw papaya salad using your recipe and bit of chili and black pepper ..it is very nice ...
    Have a nice week

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  4. So Quick!!!! Must taste great!!!!

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  5. adding sugar is new to me. next time will try this

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  6. Simple and easy.. I have tried my pickled onion with shallots recently.. My hubby loves it!

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  7. I’ve had these onions in Restaurants that serve north indian food, though I have never made it I loved the taste.

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  8. very easy recipe..want to give it a try...

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  9. Very easy and quick to prepare:)

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  10. Wow! I am sure to make it now when i go to the kitchen! Thanks!

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  11. Mom used to do this but i am sure she didn't know it was vietnamese :-) she used to serve always this with cutlets. I agree it is much better next day.

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  12. Hey Priya,

    Ahh lovely lovely...simple and yet amazing...dont know any vietnamese recipes!!Should check them out soon!!:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com/

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  13. Zesty onions for my meals!!! Delicious idea! Love that pickled taste I can make in a jiffy!!! Wonderful find, Thanks!!!!

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  14. very easy and delicious one too .............

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  15. This sounds like a great accompaniment to a nice steak or vegetarian dinner!

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  16. What an interesting and quick recipe and such a great accompaniment to so many dishes.

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  17. Nice recipe Priya. sure vinegar makes onion sweet.

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  18. Oh man!!I can forsee how it tastes..Great ..

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  19. Thats one simple yet new entry to the event!havent heard of this..sure we Indians would love this :)
    Thanks for the encouraging comments priya :)

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  20. Super Yummy n Easy Breezy :)

    Cheers,
    Satrupa

    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

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