You are thinking what main dish you should cook for your family meal? You worry they will get boring with your food? Worry no more. Today I will introduce one of amazing Vietnamese Dish Recipes for you guys. It is called Stir-fried Beef with Fresh Bamboo and Chayote (Bò Xào Măng Tươi và Su Su). The simple combination with boiled rice is arrived. A little crispy from fresh bamboo is combined with the sweetness from chayote will help you have a good appetite. It is quite simple for cooking but really tasty for eating.
If you are a busy person, you also can make one of amazing Vietnamese Dish Recipes like this one for yourself and family. It does not take much time for cooking. Trust me; you are not disappointed about this decision. When you are ready, please follow my instructions below and let us start right now.


250g fresh bamboo
200g grinded beef
1 – 2 chayote
Spring onion, salt, pork/chicken broth mix (Maggi’s stuff), coriander, pepper, garlic, sugar.


Step 1: Clean fresh bamboo carefully. Next, bring to boil in 5 – 7 minutes. Then, wash again in cold water to reduce the sourness from bamboo. Put on basket and wait to dry.

Step 2: Marinate grinded beef with ½ teaspoon salt + a little pepper + 1 teaspoon vegetable oil, mix well and wait in 15 – 20 minutes.
Step 3: Peel off the cover of chayote. Clean well and slice into long pieces.
Step 4: Heat the oil (2 – 3 teaspoons), add minced garlic and fry until it is fragrant. Next, add more grinded beef into pan and fry until it is cooked. Pour on plate. Here is the first step to create one of amazing Vietnamese Dish Recipes.
Step 5: Use that pan again, heat the oil, and pour fresh bamboo and fry until it is cooked. Next, add more sliced chayote and season with a little salt, Maggi’s stuff. Season to suit your flavor. Fry until chayote and fresh bamboo are all cooked. Then, pour fried beef in step 4 into pan and mix well.
Finally, you just finished one of amazing Vietnamese Dish Recipes for your main meal. Do you love it? Before serving, sprinkle sliced coriander on face of dish to increase its specific flavor in your mouth. I suggest you should eat when it is hot. Hope you love it and Good Luck for your Cooking.
From Vietnamese Food Team.

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