It’s no secret I love Vietnamese food. I always joke to Mike that it’s one of the reasons why I married him. Just between you and me though, it’s not really much of a joke — if you tasted his mom’s food, you’d know what I’m talking about. Once a week we head over to my in-laws for dinner: home made pho, banh xeo, spring rolls, salad rolls, and the list goes on. Basically, if I mention in passing that I want to eat it, my mother-in-law will make it, unless it’s baked. She doesn’t cook things that go in an oven.
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Dan dan, or tan tan noodles are one of those dishes that have evolved and changed so much from the original that each and every recipe can claim to be authentic, but none really are. Traditionally dan dan noodles are Sichuan noodle dish with spicy, red chili oil soup, ground pork, preserved vegetables and green onions. They’re hot, spicy and definitely delicious.