chicken

PostHeaderIcon Lemongrass Chicken with Tofu Soup – Nqaij Qaib Hau xyaw nrog Taum Paj

Nqaij Qaib Hau saw nrog Taum Paj (Lemongrass Chicken with Tofu  Soup)

Nqaij Qaib Hau saw nrog Taum Paj

 

Ever had Tofu in chicken soup? It’s probably the best way to enjoy tofu so if you haven’t had it before don’t be hesitant because it’s easy and it tastes a whole lot better than it sounds! This traditional Hmong soup can be found cooked in various hmong gatherings such as weddings, parties, funerals, etc. It really is a heart warming soup so feel free to also mix in some steamed white rice into your soup as well.

Preparation: 5-7 minutes. Cooking:~15 minutes

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PostHeaderIcon Chicken Pho Noodle Soup – Fawm Hmoob

Fawm Hmoob (Mom's Chicken Pho Noodle Soup)

Fawm Hmoob (Mom's Chicken Pho Noodle Soup)

 

One time when my mom prepared this dish for a big group of Hmong friends and relatives, they all raved how it reminded them of when they used to eat pho all the time at the street markets back in Laos. This is my favorite Pho noodle soup. the peanut butter addition to a pho bowl is what makes this pho noodle soup especially tasty and unique.

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PostHeaderIcon Hmong Broiled Chicken – Nqaij Qaib Hau / Nqaij qaib Vom

Hmong broiled chicken

Hmong broiled chicken

 

 

Hmong Broiled Chicken is my favorite thing to eat with the family. It’s healthy, simple, and oh so delicious! The Hmong people use freshly killed chickens which could be purchased at the asian or Hmong stores. Freshly killed chickens are more chewy than say a Foster’s chicken but they are a lot more healthy and tasty.

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PostHeaderIcon Chicken Poppers with Basil leaves – Nqaij Qaib Kib

chicken poppers

Chicken poppers

 

 

No doubt Chicken tastes great with basil leaves. You may have tried chicken poppers before from certain asian restaurants. Now you can learn how to make it at home!

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PostHeaderIcon Chicken & Shredded Cabbage stir fry – Nqaij Qaib Xyaw Zaub Pob

Nqaij Qaib Saw Zaub Pob

 

 

This stir fry is very quick and good. If you’re in a rush to make dinner, this common Hmong stir fry couldn’t get any easier! Make sure to serve with white steamed rice.

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PostHeaderIcon Hmong Sauteed Chicken

Hmong Sauteed Chicken
Preparation: 5 Minutes. Cooking: ~30 minutes

 

 

Growing up my parents made this dish often for the family and no one cooks it better than they do. Here is a simpler version of sautéed chicken recipe for you and your family to enjoy Make sure to serve with some white steamed rice.

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