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VIETNAM CUSINE RECIPES

BRAISED BEEF AND CINNAMON

(Central Vietnamese dish)


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ingredients: (makes 1 plate)

500 g sirloin beef steak
150 g pork fat
1 piece of cinnamon or 3 g
5 g sugar
50 ml fish sauce
10 ml white wine
20 ml cooking oil
1 garlic
Salt to taste

Preparation:

1. Cut beef into two pieces of about 8x 15x 1 cm. Gently pound beef to tenderize and season with fish sauce and salt for 15 minutes,
2. Cut pork fat into two pieces 2.5x2.5 cm square by 15 cm long (or the same length as the beef chunks). Season with sugar and white wine for 15 minutes.
3. Lay the beef slices flat, place a piece of pork fat on top, and roll up. Tie each roll with a string and place in a pan. Add fish sauce, salt, sugar, wine, cinnamon, and finely chopped garlic.

Cooking:

1. Heat the pan, add cooking oil, and cook over medium heat until beef is well marinated, then pour in enough water so that the rolls are half covered.
2. Cover, reduce heat, and continue to simmer, turning beef over when needed. When beef is tender and water boils off, remove from heat and untie.
Slice beef into rings 1cm thin and place onto a plate. Serve cool.






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