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Fresh, crunchy, và tangy pickled bean sprouts can really complement the flavors & textures in your favorite Vietnamese dishes! In this recipe, I show you how to make Dưa giá bán or pickled bean sprouts – a classic Vietnamese side dish that’s a beloved staple in any Vietnamese household.

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Grow Your Own Bean Sprouts at Home

Most of the ingredients I used in this recipe were actually harvested from our own garden. I think fresh home-grown vegetables & herbs are such a wonderful addition khổng lồ any dish. Not only vị they taste amazing, but you can also be sure they have no pesticides since you grew them yourself! Starting a home garden, even a small one, is a really rewarding và worthwhile experience that I highly recommend.

But even without a garden or soil, you can actually grow deliciously crunchy bean sprouts yourself at home easily. I have an article and đoạn clip tutorial on how to vì chưng it. All you need is a strainer, a few paper towels, & mung beans. Freshly picked bean sprouts can really elevate your Dưa Giá và growing them doesn’t take much time or effort at all!


My Secret to lớn the Best Pickled Bean Sprouts

When you make these pickled bean sprouts – or any other pickled vegetable – the secret is lớn use cold water. Hot or warm water will actually soften the vegetables & can even make them mushy.

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My Dưa giá chỉ is also a little different than the authentic recipe because I include shallots. Shallots showroom an appealing flavor and color to the pickles that my family and I really enjoy – và I think you will too.

What lớn Serve with Pickled Bean sprouts (Dưa Giá)?

The crunch of bean sprouts & carrots paired with the tanginess of the brine and the flavors from the chives & shallots make this a wonderful side dish or topper for so many dishes. This would go especially well with sweet và savory Vietnamese recipes like caramelized pork ribs và caramelized ginger chicken.

At home, we always serve our thịt Kho Trứng with Dưa Giá. Giết Kho Trứng, or caramelized pork belly with eggs, is one of my favorite Vietnamese comfort foods và is made even better with the addition of pickled bean sprouts. The Dưa giá bán adds a great contrast in texture & refreshing hint of acidity lớn the sweet and tender pork. I just can’t imagine eating thịt Kho Trứng without it!


Other Vietnamese Pickled Vegetables

If you enjoy this recipe, I highly recommend taking a look at my Vietnamese Pickled Vegetables recipe which has a very similar brine. In the recipe, I also go into more detail about other kinds of pickled vegetables you can make with the brine like pickled jalapenos (a staple in authentic Chinese restaurants) & pickled okra.

Pickled vegetables of any kind can have a big impact on any dish so I hope you give these recipes a try!