Mi Quang Recipe

Recipe By Slurrp

This is a Vietnamese dish made of rice noodles, meat (chicken, pork, beef, shrimp, or fish), with fish sauce, salt, pepper, garlic, spring onions, turmeric, and a variety of fresh herbs (basil, mint, cilantro). Traditionally Mi Quang is garnished with roasted peanuts, chilis, lime, and sesame rice crackers. Mi Quang is traditionally eaten for lunch.

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Ingredients for Mi Quang Recipe

  • 500 gram Shrimps
  • 500 gram pork belly
  • 500 gram Tomatoes
  • As required Lime, green pepperoni
  • As required Fresh greens: mint leaves, perilla leaves, lettuce, coriander, bean sprouts, banana blossom, etc
  • As required Crushed peanuts, rice cracker
  • 2 gram pack flat rice noodle each
  • As required Turmeric powder, fish sauce, chicken stock

Directions: Mi Quang Recipe

step 1

  • STEP 1.Season the pork with the minced shallot, turmeric powder, salt, and fish sauce. Season the shrimps with salt and pepper. Combine it well put aside for half-hour.

step 2

  • STEP 2.To prepare the banana blossom, add a pair of tbsp vinegar or juice in an exceedingly massive bowl of cold water. Take away and discard the outer thick layers of the banana blossom and any flowers in between.

step 3

  • STEP 3.Use a pointy knife (or a mandolin) to slice it crosswise into paper-thin rings. Place the rings right away into the water to forestall discoloring. After that, rinse a pair of times below cold water and drain

step 4

  • STEP 4.Heat vegetable oil in an exceedingly medium pot, then add the minced garlic and fry until scented. Then add the diced tomatoes and one tbsp fish sauce. Cowl the lid and cook the tomatoes for twenty minutes till thickened sort of a sauce.

step 5

  • STEP 5.Meanwhile, in an exceedingly separate pan, heat one tbsp oil and sautée the pork for concerning five minutes. Then transfer it to a bowl.

step 6

  • STEP 6.Add another one tbsp oil within the same pan, then sautée the shrimps for one minute, add one tbsp sugar, stir for one more one minute. Then add one tbsp fish sauce and simmer below low heat, uncovered, till the sauce dries out (about 8-10 minutes).

step 8

  • STEP 1.When the spaghetti sauce thickens add pork broth to the pot If you don't have chicken or pork broth then it is fine to simply use water. Bring round a boil and add the saute side of pork.

step 9

  • STEP 7.Adjust the broth to your style, add a pair of tbsp fish sauce, a pair of tsp stock, and one tsp salt. The broth ought to be saltier than a soup, however less salty than a sauce. Not like pho or staff of life bo hue, we have a tendency to use loads less broth for every bowl of mi quang. Cook the noodles following package directions. Add some oil to the boiling water to forestall the noodles from projected. If you wish to dye the noodles yellow, add ¼ tsp turmeric powder one minute before the noodles are absolutely lyonnaise.

step 10

  • STEP 8.Cook the noodles following package directions. Add some oil to the boiling water to forestall the noodles from projected. If you wish to dye the noodles yellow, add ¼ tsp turmeric powder one minute before the noodles are absolutely lyonnaise.

step 11

  • STEP 9.For the recent greens, take away stems of herbs and lettuce. Wash three times and drain. Withdraw skinny strips, concerning a pair of cm (1 inch) thick. Combine with the banana blossom and bean sprouts.

step 12

  • STEP 10.To assemble the dish, fill a serving bowl half-full with recent greens and place some noodles on high of the greens. High with a number of shrimps, and ladle the broth over. Keep in mind the broth level ought to be under the noodles.

step 13

  • STEP 1.Garnish with cut onion and coriander, some crushed peanuts, and a bit of rice cracker.

step 14

  • STEP 1.It will be served with a lime wedge, an inexperienced sausage, and an additional plate of recent greens. Combine well with chopsticks before serving and revel in it.
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Recipe By Slurrp