Have you ever tried eating Dried Spicy Beef (Khô Bò) in Vietnam? Trust me; you will addict this amazing street food from the first tasting time. If you still have not a chance to visit my country, let us follow one of interesting Vietnamese Food Recipes below to create a stunning snack for yourself and family in weekend.
Dried Spicy Beef Recipe (Khô Bò)
You can eat it or serve with green papaya like a salad. They all will bring a fantastic flavor which you cannot forget. The huge storm – Haiyan is coming to Vietnam. So lucky that in my place, Saigon does not appear on its track but it brings a heavy rain to my city. That is why I choose making one of amazing Vietnamese Food Recipes for my family today.
500g beef meat
1 tablespoon minced lemongrass
3 – 4 cloves of garlic
1 tablespoon chili powder
Oyster oil, Maggie Seasoning Powder, salt, 5 flavors powder, oil, white sugar.
Step 1: Clean well beef, slice thinly. Before cutting beef, you can put in fridge in 15 minutes for helping cut easier. Mix minced lemongrass, chili powder, 1 teaspoon 5 flavors powder, 2 teaspoons oyster oil, ½ teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon white sugar, ½ teaspoon Maggie Seasoning Powder.
Step 2: Use your hands to add this mixture spices on each sliced beef. Put on bowl and cover by nylon bag, put in fridge in 6 – 7 hours.
Step 3: Heat 3 teaspoons oil, add minced garlic and fry until it is fragrant. Then, add beef into pan. Use lib to cover pan, cook with large heat in 3 minutes and use chopsticks to change their faces. Reduce the heat and continue cooking in 20 – 25 minutes.
Step 4: After that, you can open the lib and season again your suit your flavor. Cook until its broth is nearly absorbed into beef all, turn off the heat. Here is the final step to cook one of stunning Vietnamese Food Recipes.
Step 5: Wait to reduce heat, add one by one beef into wood board; smash it gently.
Step 6: Add them on tray added grilling paper, bring to grill at 100 degree in 15 minutes. Then, change their faces and continue grilling in 15 minutes more. You can grill longer to keep them longer for using.
Finally, you finished one of stunning Vietnamese Food Recipes from us. Give yourself and big clap hands. Store into glass jar and using day by day. Beside of eating, you can serve it with green papaya as I told you below. Hope you will love this recipe and good luck for your cooking.
Thomas Bonasera 2014-08-19 22:27:59
Just back from fabulous Vietnam! We found "Bò Rim" (Đặc sản Huế brand?) outside Hue going towards the royal tombs and, indeed, it is very addictive. I'll try your recipe for "Khô Bò" (dried/seasoned beef), but do you know the specific recipe for "Bò
Chef Yuen 2014-08-24 05:00:13
Hi Thomas, Sorry for replying lately. Hummm this is the first time I've a chance to hear about this new dish from Hue. I was born and living in Saigon so sometime I will obviously missing some amazing dishes like you found in Hue. Let me discover.
Thomas Bonasera 2014-08-19 22:27:59
My message got truncated. I was hoping to get some ideas for the exact recipe for "Bò Rim" (Đặc sản Huế). "Bò Rim" apparently translates as "stewed beef" but it seems very similar to "Khô Bò"..
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