The next dish today I want to present to you is Fried Ong Choy with Garlic (Rau Muong Xao Toi). Here is one of familiar Vietnamese Dish Recipes. It is also one of my best favor dishes on main meals. With this dish, it can make me feel more enjoy other dishes with boiled rice. Because honestly, I feel difficult for eating these days. My health does not good enough. And I do not feel like enjoy any dish, except this one.
Fried Ong Choy with Garlic - Rau Muong Xao Toi
So, are you ready to cook it? The preparation and processing time of cooking one of familiar Vietnamese Dish Recipes are 15 minutes with 4 steps for you to follow. If you are ready, let us cook now.


- 1 large bunch Ong Choy
- 3 tablespoons of cooking oil
- 1 tablespoon soy sauce
- Garlic: chopped
- Pepper, sugar, seasonings.


Step1: Ong choy cut and gets the young parts, washed, drained, and then cut the tops and stems aside.
Step 2: Put pan on the stove, heat the oil. When cooking oil is hot, add garlic chopped and fry until fragrant.
Step 3: Add all Ong Choy on it and continue to fry. Stir regularly, next add a little oil on Ong Choy to look more delicious. Do not cover when frying. Follow this steps carefully will make one of stunning Vietnamese Dish Recipes like this dish more delicious. 
Step 4: Season with seasonings, soy sauce, pepper to suit your taste, add some sugar, depending on taste. Continue to stir the Ong Choy about 3 - 4 minutes. Lay into plate and use hot.
Finally, this dish is ready to serve; the beautiful color and the taste of Ong Choy will help you more satisfy when you enjoy the meal. How do you think? Is it really easy right? Hope you like it and do not miss our next posts about Vietnamese Dish Recipes tomorrow. See you next time. If you have any comment, please let us know.  Have a great meal with your family and friends. Good luck for your cooking.

From Vietnamese Food Team.

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    Alexandra 2015-02-25 03:04:41 Reply

    We tried the radish saute9 tonhigt, and it was delicious, especially with those sweet little turnips! We also steamed and then grilled the bok choy. Next time we're going to use some mustard-herb butter on them I make a little tub of it and keep i

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