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    Fried Veal with Smooth Luffa Recipe (Thịt Bê Xào Mướp)

    Fried Veal with Smooth Luffa (Thịt Bê Xào Mướp) is one of amazing Vietnamese Food Recipes. In family day, my mother always cooks this dish for everyone, it is a wonderful way to increase the steadfast and intimate of my family by gathering all member around the table and enjoy this dish together. Moreover, this dish is good for your family health, so you will be regret if missing this amazing this for your daily meal in the cold weather like today.

    Only have 3 steps for cooking one of amazing Vietnamese Food Recipes. You only need to follow our instructions below carefully; you will create a stunning dish for your family and yourself. Let us cook now.

    Ingredients:

    200g veal, sliced ​​thin.

    7 Smooth Luffa, washed, peeled and sliced ​​cross.

    4, 5 cloves garlic, minced
    1 tablespoon fish sauce
    1/4 teaspoon pepper
    Onion, cut into segments
    2 tablespoon vegetable oil
    Maggi’s stuff, salt, sugar

    Process:
    Step 1: Marinate sliced veal with fish sauce and pepper,wait about 10 - 20 minutes.

    Step 2: Heat oil in a pan, fry minced garlic until it is fragrant. Next, add slice veal into and and fry quickly quickly about 5 minutes. When veal nearly cooks, add more sliced smooth luffa and fry until smooth luffa is soft. To create one of Vietnamese Food Recipes more delicious, you should be careful with this step.
    Step 3: Season with pepper, sugar and salt to suit your flavor. Turn off the heat.

    Finally, your dish is ready to serve. It is more delicious when it is hot and with boiled rice. Winter is coming soon, make sure you will create many amazing Vietnamese Food Recipes for your beloved family. Good Luck for your Cooking. And do not miss our next posts tomorrow. Have a good appetite with your family and friends.
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