7 Delicious Vietnamese Kratom Dishes

Vietnamese kratom has only recently become available to Western consumers. It’s only in the past few years that vendors have been able to form relationships with reliable suppliers. View Here to realize the potential benefits of Green Vietnam Kratom powder. And if you find it too bitter, adding it in sweet and sour dishes is the ideal way out. 

Kratom lovers are enamored of the effects of Green Vietnam and other Vietnamese strains of kratom. However, not everyone loves the bitter taste. One of the best ways to combat the bitterness of kratom is to use it in food. Kratom forms a perfect complement to many sweet, sour, and savory dishes. Don’t be afraid to get creative.

Why not celebrate the recent introduction of Green Vietnam to Western markets by trying out some traditional Vietnamese recipes?

1. Wok-Kissed Beef Pho

When it comes to Pho, the most important thing is to get the broth right. Those who want to take a shortcut can spice up a store-bought broth with cinnamon, cloves, star anise, and kratom. Prepare the beef separately by marinating it overnight with pepper, sugar, cornstarch, soy sauce, and fish sauce. When it’s time to make the pho, cook the noodles in a pot of water and the beef in a large wok. Add extra ingredients like garlic, green onion, and cilantro to taste. Only add the beef, vegetables, and noodles to the broth when it is ready to be served.

2. Stir-Fried Sweet Shrimp

Even those who don’t like exotic foods will love Vietnamese stir-fried sweet shrimp with kratom. It’s a little sweet, a little spicy, and easy to make. Just prepare the shrimp in advance, then stir-fry it for two minutes in peanut or sesame oil with honey. Add garlic and shallots and allow it to cook for another minute. Finally, add a mixture of fish sauce and water to the dish and allow it to boil down for one to two minutes. The pan should be almost dry. After pulling it off the stove, sprinkle the dish with kratom powder and add some fresh cilantro as a garnish.

3. Sweet Potato Pancake Lettuce Wraps

Trying to cook for a vegetarian kratom enthusiast? These sweet potato pancake lettuce wraps will make a perfect appetizer. This recipe is a bit complex, but delicious. Ambitious chefs can give it a shot and simply add their kratom to the sauce. Want a simpler solution? Make traditional American potato pancakes, mix up a sauce using the ingredients below, and wrap it in any kind of lettuce.

Here’s what to put in the sauce:

  • 1 Tbsp sugar
  • 2 Tbsp lime juice
  • ¼ c water
  • 1 tsp rice vinegar
  • 1 hot chile
  • 1 clove garlic
  • Enough kratom for everyone

4. Bitter Melon Salad

Like kratom, bitter melon is an acquired taste. For those with adventurous taste buds, it’s not to be missed. Just mix bitter melon, a finely chopped radish, carrots, shallots, and chiles. Add a sauce made of fish sauce, sugar, garlic, lime juice, and kratom on top as a salad dressing. Be prepared for a unique dining experience.

5. Rice and Mung Bean Cake

Looking for the perfect dessert to complement the meal? Rice and mung bean cake is a traditional Vietnamese dessert that can be served hot or cold. It’s also perfect for covering up the bitter taste of kratom.

These delicious, single-serving cakes are made in two parts. For the first layer, cook half a cup of split yellow mung beans with ½ a cup of tapioca starch. Add ¼ a cup of non-glutinous rice flour, ¾ a cup of sugar, and ½ a cup of coconut milk. Salt to taste while cooking and pour it into the bottoms of a muffin tin to cool.

Now, on to the second layer. Mix 1 ¼ cups tapioca starch, ½ cup rice flower, ¾ a cup of sugar, and 2 cups of water. Salt to taste and use a steamer to heat the mixture. Pour it on top of the first layer and sprinkle the top with kratom powder and sesame seeds. This recipe is complicated but well worth the effort.

6. Tamarind Dipping Sauce

This homemade kratom-infused tamarind dipping sauce only takes 20 minutes to prepare. It perfectly complements appetizers like spring rolls. The kratom will be a perfect addition to a traditional tamarind sauce’s unique sweet and spicy profile.


  • 3 Tbsp tamarind
  • 1 chopped fresh chile
  • 2 cloves chopped garlic
  • ½ tsp sugar
  • 1 Tbsp fish sauce
  • 1 Tbsp water
  • Kratom powder

When mixed, the ingredients should form a paste. Serve it with spring rolls or seafood to give a boring meal an interesting twist.

7. Mango Lime Sorbet

Sorbet is a delicious, easy-to-make dessert that can be saved in the freezer almost indefinitely. Use frozen mangoes for the best results. Add them to a blender with sugar, lime juice, maple syrup, water, and kratom powder.

8. What Is Typical Vietnamese Food?

Typical Vietnamese foods include dishes like pho, bun cha, bann xeo, and dumplings. Some recipes are harder to make than others, but most are delicious. Add spices like tamarind, star anise, clove, and kratom powder to give any food some regional flare.

Where to Find Kratom

Want to try these recipes out? The best way to buy Kratom is from Kratom Krush. They would deliver Kratom to you the next day.