Enjoying Fried Veal in Moc Chau

Friday - 23/05/2014 04:55

Enjoying Fried Veal in Moc Chau

Moc Chau Plateau in Son La Province is well known nationwide for green meadow, fresh air and the largest herd of dairy cows in Vietnam. Here, only female calves are fed for dairy purposes while the male calves are used to prepare a delicious and nutritious dish - fried veal.
It is quite simple to make this dish. The veal is sliced into small pieces that are then mixed with a dash of crushed ginger, sliced lemongrass and salt before frying in boiling oil. The well-done meat is very tender and tasty, with a less greasy taste.

Surely, when visiting Moc Chau Plateau and enjoying fried veal, visitors will never forget the tasty dish.



The eye-catching and delicious fried veal in Moc Chau.


The dish is served with soya sauce.

ngredients: 
- Veal (calf), sliced ginger, chopped lemongrass and coriander, soya sauce, oil, salt and spices.

Preparation: 
- Clean and slice veal into pieces.
- Mix the veal with prepared ginger, lemongrass and salt for 5 minutes.
- Heat the cooking oil in a pan, fry ginger and lemongrass until brown and then take them out.
- Fry the veal quickly until brown. It should not be overcooked because the meat will be tough and less nutritious.
- Place the meat on a large plate and cover with fried ginger, lemongrass and corianders.
- To make the sauce, mix the soya sauce with a dash of chopped ginger. 
- Serve hot.

 

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