Fried Cassava Vermicelli with Grinded Pork (Miến Xào Thịt Băm) which cames from many Vietnamese Noodle Recipes will be shown today from us. It is really suitable for serving on Tết holiday.
Fried Cassava Vermicelli with Grinded Pork (Miến Xào Thịt Băm)
Sometimes, we can change a little bit flavor to create new dishes for your beloved family. And that is why I would like to introduce one of amazing Vietnamese Noodle Recipes like this to all you guys for cooking. Let us start right now, ok?
200g grinded pork belly
Some jelly ear mushrooms
Spring onion, salt, oyster oil, black soy sauce, fish sauce
Maggie Seasoning Powder, dried purple onion, garlic
Cassava vermicelli (depend on how many people in your family)
Step 1: Marinate grinded pork with 1 teaspoon salt, a little pepper, 2 teaspoons fish sauce, dried purple onion, mix well and wait about 30 minutes.
Step 2: Clean onion, slice small. Clean and peel off the cover of carrot, slice into long and thin pieces. Soak jelly ear mushrooms in 5 – 10 minutes, cut off the roots and slice small.
Step 3: Soak cassava vermicelli in water, and then continue soaking in hot water in few minutes or until it is soft. Next, wash immediately in cold water make sure it will not stuck together.
Step 4: Heat a little annatto seed oil on pan, add more minced garlic with purple onion and fry until it is fragrant. Next, add grinded pork in step 1 and fry until it is cooked. Then, add onion, carrot, jelly ear mushrooms into pan and fry quickly.
Step 5: Fry until carrot is cooked, add cassava vermicelli, fry gently until all ingredients mix together. Taste again to suit your flavor. Here is also the last step to create one of amazing Vietnamese Noodle Recipes.
Finally, before serving, sprinkle a little sliced spring onion, pepper and chili on top. I suggest you should eat when it is hot. This way will help to keep the natural and delicious flavor for one of amazing Vietnamese Noodle Recipes. Good luck for your cooking and have a happy holiday.