Mixture Green Papaya with Pork Tongue (Nộm Đu Đủ Xanh với Lưỡi Lợn) is the best combination of many delicious ingredients in Vietnam. This dish originally comes from many stunning Vietnamese Salad Recipes. A little spicy, crispy and sweet flavor from this food will create a spectacular song in your mouth. You can serve it like a snack dish and I bet all your friends will totally fall in love with it.
Mixture Green Papaya with Pork Tongue Recipe (Nộm Đu Đủ Xanh với Lưỡi Lợn)
So, are you ready to discover one of amazing Vietnamese Salad Recipes like this one with us? Each culinary of each country will bring a unique flavor when eating which you cannot imagine until you can taste it. When you feel free, follow my instruction below and let us start cooking right now.
1 pork tongue
¼ green papaya (200g)
Salt, fish sauce, vinegar, sugar, garlic, chili, chili powder
Step 1: Clean well pork tongue with water added a little salt in 2 – 3 times. Soak into hot water added a little vinegar in few minutes. Next, use knife to scrape all dirties on its skin. Then, bring to clean well again.
Step 2: Bring pork tongue to boil until it is cooked and slice small.
Step 3: Peel off the cover of green papaya, slice fiber, soak into cold water about 15 minutes and wait to dry.
Step 4: Making sauce: Here is also the important step to create the flavor for one of amazing Vietnamese Salad Recipes. Minced well garlic and chili, mix 2 tablespoons fish sauce, 2 tablespoons sugar well. Next, add more garlic, chili, some lemon drops or vinegar and season to suit your flavor. Clean well cinnamon leaves and slice small.
Finally, you basically finished one of stunning Vietnamese Salad Recipes with us. Before serving, mix sliced green papaya, pork tongue and sauce together, season to suit your flavor. If you love spicy, you also can add more chili powder. Sprinkle more sliced cinnamon leaves and roasted peanut on face of food. Serving with deep fried shrimp cake or grilled rice pancake is all delicious. Hope you will have a good appetite and Good Luck for your Cooking.