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PostHeaderIcon Chicken Curry Fried Rice – Mov Kib xyaw nrog Nqaij Qaib

Mov Kib sawv nrog Nqaij Qaib (Chicken Curry Fried Rice)
Mov Kib sawv nrog Nqaij Qaib (Chicken Curry Fried Rice)

 

If you love fried rice and you also love curry like I do then this is the perfect recipe for you. This special recipe of mine is a fusion of both thus the name Chicken curry fried rice. It’s s aromatic, so delightful and rich in flavors it will surely put you in the good mood. *Make sure to make the 3 cups of rice and then turn off the plug to let the rice cool down at least a hour before starting this recipe.

Preparation: 10 minutes Cooking: 10 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 Lao Crispy Fried Rice – Mov Kib Nplog

Mov Kib Nplog (Lao Fried Rice)

Mov Kib Nplog (Lao Fried Rice)

 

 

Lao Crispy Fried Rice (Nam Kao) is crunchy, sweet, salty and sour. Traditionally, you wrap this fried rice in lettuce, vietnamese coriander, cilantro and mint transforming it to a salad dish, but I prefer just eating the fried rice by itself. I actually learned how to make this from my sister who learned it from her mother in law who is Lao. Hmong people would enjoy this dish because of the sour pork sausage. Try it because you won’t regret making this dish

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PostHeaderIcon Steamed Rice Rolls – Fawm Kauv

Fawm Kauv (Steamed Rice Rolls)

Fawm Kauv (Steamed Rice Rolls)

 

 

Steamed Rice Rolls is an addicting Vietnamese dish that the Hmong people often enjoy cooking and eating with their own dipping sauce. Though it does take practice to cook this dish to its perfection, it’s too delicious to not make time to try this recipe every once in awhile!

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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 Fried Rice with Chinese Sausage – Mov Kib

fried rice

Mov Kib (Fried Rice with Chinese Sausage)

 

 

Fried Rice with Chinese sausage is a classic dish. Many Hmong people including myself love to add chili garlic sauce to the recipe for a more spicy garlic flavor. I preferably use sriracha hot sauce. adding this certain hot sauce takes fried rice to another whole level trust me on this!

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