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    Fermented Chopped Pork Recipe (Nem Chua)

    From many Easy Vietnamese Recipes, today I would like to introduce homemade Fermented Chopped Pork (Nem Chua) for all you guys.

    With simple way for making one of Easy Vietnamese Recipes like this dish. You can make one stunning food for your family and yourself in Tet holiday.

    450g beef meat
    200g pork meat
    200g pork skin (Bì) – Buy at Vietnamese Markets
    1 Nam powder seasoning mix – Buy at Vietnamese Markets
    Salt, sugar, pepper, garlic, chili

    Step 1: Clean well pork skin (Bì). Boil water and soak in 7 – 12 minutes. Cover the pot when soaking. The, soak in cold water in 5 minute and bring to slice thinly.

    Step 2: Clean well pork and beef meat with hot water added a little salt. Then, slice them small. Put in fridge in 3 – 4 hours and bring to grind well.

    Step 3: Peel off the cover of garlic, ½ bring to mince and ½ bring to slice thinly. Clean chili and slice thinly as well. The flavor powder bag has 2 smaller bags. And you should use all of them to create one of Easy Vietnamese Recipes.

    Step 4: Marinade mixture meat with a little pepper, 1 teaspoon salt, minced garlic, 5 teaspoons icing sugar, use wood spoon to mix well until it becomes smooth, soft and flexible.

    Step 5: Add pork skin in step 1 into bowl in step 4, use wood spoon to mix well.

    Step 6: Add more powder bags and knead more 5 – 10 minutes.

    Step 7: Spread one clean nylon bag on small tray, add mixture meat on step 6 and press gently until you have a suitable thickness. On top, add more sliced chili and garlic.

    Step 8: Wrap the nylon bag carefully and wait for 1 day. After that, you can store this food in fridge.

    Finally, one of Easy Vietnamese Recipes is finished. When eating, you can slice into square cubes and eat with steamed rice. Moreover, you can slice and then wrap in banana leaves and bring to gift who you want. It will be an awesome present for them. Hope you will love it and Good luck for your cooking.

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