From many Easy Vietnamese Recipes, today I continue to introduce another dish for who does not have emough time for cooking. It is called Fried Bamboo Shoot with Shallot Flowers (Măng Tươi Xào Hẹ). This dish is not only delicious, but also really good for health. “Eat Well, Live Well” is our slogan, do you remember it? That is why we always try to show healthy dishes for you.
Fried Bamboo Shoot with Shallot Flower (Măng Tươi Xào Hẹ)
So, for who always is busy, are you ready to cook one of Easy Vietnamese Recipes now? If you want, please follow carefully our instruction below. Let us create a stunning dish for our own family. Let us start cooking now.
400gr fresh bamboo shoot
200gr grinded pork
1 bunch of shallot flowers – Bông Hẹ (Buy at Vietnamese or Chinese Markets)
Spices: salt, Maggi’s stuff, garlic, pepper, oyster oil
Step 1: Clean carefully fresh bamboo shoot in 2 – 3 times. Tear into long pieces. Boil water and pour them to boil about 5 – 8 minutes. Next, pour out the water, wait to dry.
Step 2: Marinate grinded pork with 1 teaspoon salt + pepper, mix together and wait about 20 – 30 minutes.
Step 3: Clean shallot flower, cut off the hard parts, use the young ones and flowers. Clean spring onion and slice small.
Step 4: Here is the first step to create one of Easy Vietnamese Recipes. Add oil into pan, wait to hot, and add minced garlic and fry into it is fragrant. Then, add more grinded pork (in step 2) into pan and fry quickly about 5 – 7 minutes.
Step 5: Next, add more fresh bamboo shoot into pan + a little salt, oyster oil, stir quickly and cover the pan about 10 – 15 minutes to cook.
Step 6: Then, add sclied shallot flower, and fry about 3 – 4 minutes. Season again with a little Maggi’s stuff. Turn off the heat.
Finally, your dish is ready to serve. Before serving, sprinkle a little pepper + sliced spring onion on face of dish. Eating with boiled rice is always the good choice for enjoy any dish from Vietnamese Food. Hope you love this dish and do not miss our other Easy Vietnamese Recipes next time. Happy Holidays and Good Luck for your Cooking.