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    Stir-fried Chicken Gizzard with Smooth Luffa (Mề Gà Xào Mướp Hương)

    Have you ever tasted chicken gizzard before? Some may say it is definitely should not be eaten but with some ingredients and several cooking steps, you may have to change your point of view. Hence, the dish for today Vietnamese Chicken Recipes is called as Stir-fried Chicken Gizzard with Smooth Luffa (Mề Gà Xào Mướp Hương).

    Crunchy chicken gizzard is stir fried with sweet and fresh smooth luffa and some chewy cassava vermicelli would make a stunning recipe to be added in the list of Vietnamese Chicken Recipes. With just 6 simple steps, you can enjoy the dish with your family so why wait?

    1 smooth luffa
    1 set of Chicken gizzard
    100g of cassava vermicelli
    Spring onions, salt, pepper, Maggi’s stuff, soya sauce & fish sauce
    Cashew nut oil, dried onion

    Step 1
    : Wash the chicken gizzard with water added a little salt in 2 - 3 times, cut in half.

    Step 2: Soak the cassava vermicelli into cold water, cut it short, and then take it out to dry out.

    Step 3
    : Peel the skin of smooth luffa off, slice it.

    Step 4: Heat up with 2 coffee spoons of cashew nut oil, fried the dried onion, add the chicken gizzard in and stir fry it.

    Step 5
    : After that, remember to add the smooth luffa at the end so that it will not be well cooked and our dish from Vietnamese Chicken Recipes will taste delicious, add 2 coffee spoons of fish sauce, 1 spoon of soya sauce, ½ spoon of Maggi’s stuff. Mix them all up until it is cooked.

    Step 6: Add the cassava vermicelli in 2 minutes, adjust the taste. Turn off the heat and sprinkle some minced spring onions in.

    Completing the above 6 steps and you can enjoy one of our stunning Vietnamese Chicken Recipes. So how do you think of this new recipe? Are you ready to make this dish and invite your friends to discover new flavour? Vietnamese Food Team believes you will have a great time enjoying it. Good luck to your cooking!

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