My favorite part of this recipe is the Vietnamese girl’s fat, and I am really glad I did not have to cook it myself!
Vietnamese girl fat can be purchased online and in Asian markets, which are usually very affordable, or you can buy it at a grocery store.
The only way to make it is to cook a large amount of noodles (approximately 1 cup) and then add some water, and it will be ready within minutes.
This method can also be used to make rice noodles.
Here’s what you need: 1 cup of flour (I used whole wheat flour, but you can use brown rice flour if you prefer) 1 teaspoon of salt 1 teaspoon each of sugar and vinegar 1 teaspoon garlic powder 2 tablespoons of olive oil 1/4 cup of water 1 egg 1/2 cup of sugar 2 tablespoons rice vinegar (if using) The recipe below is a simple Vietnamese girl-grinding recipe that uses only a couple of ingredients and has a nice flavor.
If you prefer, you can add some other ingredients such as some shredded cabbage, chopped peanuts, peanuts, and shrimp, or some shrimp and garlic, or shrimp and cucumber.
If using shrimp, place it in a pan over medium-high heat, then add a few tablespoons of water and cook until the shrimp are cooked through.
When shrimp are done, add them to a blender with the rice vinegar and pulse until smooth.
The shrimp should have a nice texture and taste.
Then add a little water and continue to blend until the rice is a smooth, glossy consistency.
Add a little more water if needed to make the mixture more creamy.
If the mixture seems to be getting too thick, add more water and mix it again.
Once you have finished the mixture, pour it into a pan with a little bit of olive or vegetable oil and add the shrimp and cut the edges off.
Once the shrimp is cut, toss it with a bit of the olive oil and the rice and toss again until the whole mixture is coated with a light brown color.
Serve with Vietnamese rice, shredded cabbage or shrimp. Enjoy!