Vietnamese Sticky Chicken with Daikon and Carrot Slaw

Vietnamese Sticky Chicken with Daikon and Carrot Slaw

This is a very happy blogging day for me here at Wives with Knives because my friend Chris invited me to write a guest post for her blog, The Café Sucré Farine.   If you know Chris and are already familiar with her beautiful blog you know how creative and imaginative she is. Many of her recipes have already become some of my family’s favorites and I am always inspired by her beautiful photography.   If you haven’t met her  I urge you to stop by to say hello. Chris is so welcoming and gracious and I know you will immediately feel right at home.  Chris is very busy these days doing special grandma things for a precious little granddaughter who just joined their family.

Vietnamese Sticky Chicken with Daikon and Carrot Slaw is a family favorite at my house and you will find the recipe at The Café Sucré Farine. It’s a great recipe for casual summer meals and makes the best lettuce wraps. Is there anybody who doesn’t love a good wrap? I always look forward to seeing what’s going on in Chris’s kitchen and I know you will too. Have a great day…I’ll see you over at Chris’s place.

This post is linked to FOODIE FRIDAY at Rattlebridge Farm. 

Comments

  1. says

    I’ll check out your post over there.

    My mom loved daikon. I haven’t quite developed a taste for it. But, guess you could leave it out.

  2. says

    I will definitely visit Chris’ blog to view your recipe, Cathy! There are some wonderful Vietnamese restaurants in Denver I hope to try out soon. I hope you had a very joyful Easter!
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  3. says

    Having just returned from Vietnam, this sounds great to me. You won’t believe it but I have a very similar daikon topping in the fridge left from a dish I prepared a couple of nights ago. All I need to do is fix the chicken!
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  4. Rattlebridge Farm says

    Everything is so crisp and enticing, Cathy. Jicama is available here in the sticks, so I’m glad to know I can substitute it. Looks marvelous!

  5. says

    Cathy, I have had the pleasure of enjoying Vietnamese cuisine through some of my students from Vietnam. Their food is simply delicious as is this recipe that you shared. I need to get over Chris’s blog and read your post and more of her blog as well!

    Have a great weekend!
    Roz
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