Monday, July 27, 2009

Vietnamese Broiled Talapia - Ca nuong

I love eating fresh herbs in the summer. Any dishes that consist of wrapping with rice papers and fresh herbs, I am there. Tonight dish is broiled talapia Vietnamese style. Check it out.

Talapia is quite cheap. They are only $1.99 per pound. I bought two.

Dry rub marinade: onion powder, garlic powder, tumeric powder, salt and pepper.

After 30 minutes, they are done.

I dressed them with scallions and olive oil and garnished with fried shallots and peanuts.

Fresh herbs

pickled carrots and daikon, scallions & olive oil and cucumbers.

They were so good.

Here you go, Talapia summer roll -)

Another one coming up.

I can eat this all day.



Didi said...

Holy moly - that looks sooooo good!

Zoe said...

Thank you Didi :-) It was a yummy dinner for sure.


tien said...

Hello TrucVy,

I really like your food blog because of very cute pictures and really good recipe.

For this recipe, have you try to use catfish instead since I think talapia has alot of bones? :)

Zoe said...

Why not? Any type of firm white fish should be fine. This is why we cook at home. You get to experience and try anything you like.

Good Luck & Thank you for visiting my blog :-)