I really like wok based dishes. It is so easy to gradually keep adding ingredients and cook them progressively all in one pan. The ingredients usually cook quickly and cleaning the wok is generally easy as well. With the exception of the initial rice vermicelli preparation, this dish ticks all those boxes.
The rice vermicelli noodles and pork form the base of this meal. Spring Onion, chilli, garlic and broccolini help round out the dish. All cooked in a subtly sweet marinade of lime juice, palm sugar and fish sauce that blend perfectly. Garnished with coriander and crushed peanuts to add a very nice crunch to the meal. A very quick and easy make dinner.
You could substitute chicken into this meal instead of pork, however I would be reluctant to substitute beef. I think the marinade complements the white meats better than the dark meats.