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    Fried Sweet Snails with Chili and Lemon Leaves (Ốc Hương Xào Ớt và Lá Chanh)

    What will you cook for Sunday Night Party? May I suggest Fried Sweet Snails with Chili and Lemon Leaves (Ốc Hương Xào Tỏi Ớt và Lá Chanh) which comes from Easy Vietnamese Recipes for all you guys? This dish is not only amazing, but also easy for cooking. If you do not have enough time, I think here is the best choice for party tonight. The spectacular flavor from lemon leaves and spicy from chili will create a fantastic song for your meal.

    If you love seafood, especially sweet snails, do not miss it. When you do want to cook, please follow my instruction below and let us start together to create one of Easy Vietnamese Recipes right now, ok?

    1kg sweet snails
    Garlic, fish sauce, chili, chili powder, sugar, salt
    Lemon leaves

    1: Clean sweet snails in few times and soak into water added chili in 2 – 3 hours.

    Step 2
    : Next, bring snails to boil in 3 – 4 minutes and pour out water, wait to get dry.

    Step 3
    : Clean lemon leaves and slice small.

    Step 4: Mince well garlic and chili, mix with sugar. Pour fish sauce into small bowl, add more mixture garlic, chili and sugar, stir well until it is thick, season to suit your flavor.

    Step 5
    : Pour all sweet snails into bowl, add more sauce in step 4, mix well and wait about 15 minutes. With one of Easy Vietnamese Recipes like this one, step 1 and this process are require much time for waiting.

    Step 6
    : Heat the oil (2 – 3 teaspoons), add sliced garlic and fry until it is fragrant. Then, add more sweet snails in step 5 and a little chili powder, use chopsticks to stir well with large heat. Season again to suit your flavor, fry more 5 – 7 minutes and turn off the heat.

    Finally, you just finished one of Easy Vietnamese Recipes with us. Sprinkle more sliced lemon leaves on face of dish, use chopsticks to stir well and pour on plate. I suggest you should eat when it is hot to maintain its specific flavor. Hope you have a good appetite and Good Luck for your Cooking.

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