One of most popular Vietnamese Dessert recipes in winter, Hanoi is Fried salty cakes. After rains, people want to eat one hot fried salty cake with dipping fish sauce. It will make they feel warm and comfortable. You can easily find this dish on Hanoi streets. However, if you still not have a chance to visit this place, you can make this cake at home.
Today, I will show you the way to make one of delicious Vietnamese dessert recipes in Hanoi. Yes, it is Fried salty cakes. It is not difficult to make but not easy if you do not follow carefully my ingredients and process.
*** For Skin of Cakes (10 – 20 cakes)
400gr Rice flour + 1/3 tsp salt.
*** For Stuffing
200gr grinded pork
100gr vermicelli: soak in cold water about 20 minutes and slice small
50gr black funguses: soak in cold water about 20 minutes and slice small
1 carrot: peel off the cover and slice small
Dried onion: mince it.
*** For Skin of Cakes
Step 1: Mix warm water with rice flour + 1/3 tsp salt. Pour water slowly and stir at the same time. Stir until it is smooth.
Step 2: Separate mixture about into many small circle. Then press them become thin to add stuffing in central.
*** For Stuffing
Step 3: Mix Pork + vermicelli + black fungus + carrot and dried onion. Then, marinate with fish sauce + pepper + salt and a little sugar. Wait about 30 minutes to absorb.
Step 4: Continue separate each mixture above to small meat balls. Then, add them into flour.
Step 5: Boil oil. Then add cakes into pan, fry until its color turn yellow. I suggest you should use medium heat to create one of delicious Vietnamese Dessert Recipes like this dish. If not, it will be burnt.
Step 6: Making dipping fish sauce: Mix Fish sauce + sugar + Water + vinegar + chili sauce together. Season to suit your flavor.
Finally, here they are. Fried satly cakes are ready to serve. You can make this dish for picnic days or meeting family. It both will bring an amazing feeling for every single person who taste it. Hope you like this dish and wait for our next posts in Vietnamese Dessert Recipes next time. Good luck for your Cooking.