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PostHeaderIcon Chicken Tomato Melted Stir Fry – Nqaij Qaib Kib xyaw Txiv Lwm Suav

Chicken Tomato Melted Stir Fry

Chicken Tomato Melted Stir Fry

 

 

As many Hmong parents garden they often plant and grow many tomatoes and green beans so it’s not a surprise if you find this fruit and vegetable together in a stir fry. Many hmong families love tomatoes as it makes the meat more succulant and tangy. This is a common yet delicious quick stir fry that is simple for those who don’t have much time to cook.

Preparation: 10 minutes Cooking: 15 minutes

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PostHeaderIcon Quails with bamboo shoots – Noog Hau

Quails specifically are very healthy as these birds contain a lot more nutrients and less fat than say a chicken does. I love quail and I love anything with hmong bamboo shoots. You can acquire Hmong bamboo shoots only during certain times of the year at the hmong markets. Hmong bamboo shoots are tender and crunchy and well preserved. However, regular bamboo shoots can be substituted for this dish.

Preparation: 5 minutes. Cooking: 10 minutes.

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PostHeaderIcon Sticky rice sausage – Hnyuv Ntxwm Mov

Hnyuv Ntxwm Mov Sticky rice sausage

Hnyuv Ntxwm Mov - Sticky rice sausage

 

 

This hearty traditional hmong food has tasty simple flavors that you will enjoy. this is a simple yet delicious snack that can fill you up quick! Hmong stores always have a deli section where you can try these out first if you don’t believe me! It can be difficult when you first learn to make these but with some practice it’ll come easy and will be quite fun to make!

Preparation: 1 hour. Cooking: 1 hour

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PostHeaderIcon Eggplant Spicy Dipping – Lws Kubtshis Tuav

Eggplant Spicy Dipping Lws Kubtshis Tuav

Eggplant Spicy Dipping - Lws Kubtshis Tuav

 

 

This is a traditional hmong pepper dipping sauce made with eggplants. This dipping is particularly good with ovened, grilled or bbq meat. You can either oven or broil eggplants to make this dipping but this recipe will ask you to boil. You can also eat this completely by itself, with or without the spice, served with steamed white rice. it’s delicious!

Preparation: 5 min. Cooking:20 min.

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PostHeaderIcon Mushroom Pepper Dipping – Kua Txob Nceb

Mushroom Pepper Dipping Kua Txob Nceb

Mushroom Pepper Dipping - Kua Txob Nceb

 

 

This is a traditional hmong pepper dipping sauce made with mushroom. This dipping is particularly good with ovened, grilled or bbq meat. Or as a vegetarian you can also eat this by itself with some steamed white rice it tastes great! You can either oven or broil mushroom in a pot to make this dipping but this recipe will ask you to boil.
Preparation: 5 min. Cooking: 15

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PostHeaderIcon Scrambled eggs with melted Tomatoes – Qe Kib xyaw txiv lwm suav

Qe Kib saw txiv lwm suav

Qe Kib saw txiv lwm suav

 

 

My mother tells me that in Laos, Hmong people would just fry lots of tomatoes from their garden and scramble in some eggs from their chicken coop. This is perfect for breakfast. It’s so simple and it tastes much better than it looks! This is one of my favorite ways to eat eggs and could be yours too.
Preparation: 5 minutes. Cooking: 10 minutes.

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