In the list, Lemongrass chicken ranked 34th, chicken curry ranked 40th, shredded chicken salad ranked 59th, and boiled chicken ranked 61st.

Lemongrass chicken is a popular dish in the Mekong Delta. It is made by marinating the meat with a mixture of lemongrass, chili, shallot, garlic, sugar, salt, oil, turmeric powder, and fish sauce. The chicken is then stir-fried and simmered until tender. It is usually served with hot rice or noodles.

Vietnamese chicken curry is an adaptation of the Indian variety. The meat is cooked with potato, carrot, onion, garlic, coconut milk, chicken broth, and flavoring like lemongrass, fish sauce, bay leaf, and curry powder. It is served with white rice or bread.

Shredded chicken salad is a blend of sweet, savory, crunchy, and tangy ingredients. It includes boiled chicken, carrot, onion, cilantro, mint, and occasionally cabbage. The ingredients are mixed in a bowl and dressed with a mixture of lime juice, fish sauce, chili, garlic, and sugar. It is garnished with roasted peanuts and crispy fried shallots before serving.

Boiled chicken involves cooking a whole chicken with ginger, salt, scallion, and turmeric powder. This gives the chicken a golden appearance. After boiling, the chicken is cooled in ice water to halt the cooking process and prevent darkening. It is often accompanied by a salt and lime dip and served with sticky rice.

The top five chicken dishes in Asia are Korean fried chicken, Indian butter chicken and tikka (boneless chicken roasted over charcoal in the traditional cylindrical clay oven), Indonesian ayam goreng (fried chicken seasoned with spices), and crispy fried chicken of Guangdong (China), which is a traditional dish of Cantonese cuisine.