Pho has become a popular hit dish throughout the US. This recipe I plan to share with you today is Oxtail pho that I’ve been working. The best part is this is made in an instant pot. This dish is slowly steeped with cinnamon, cloves, ginger and other Asian secrets recipes and poured over rice… Continue reading Oxtail Pho in an Instant Pot
Cooking Pork Belly has never been easier! All you need is seasoned pork belly and tossed into an air fryer. Cooking for 20 minutes, bamm it’s done. If you want it crisper than cook it another 10 to 20 minutes. This dish can be served in a number of other dishes. For example, in your… Continue reading Hmong Pork Belly in Air Fryer
Growing up, I hated cooking Hmong food. All the preparation that goes into a dish can take hours before actually cooking the dish. It wasn't worth my time! Learning how to cook Hmong food wasn't time efficient. So you are probably wondering why I’ve started to blog about Hmong food? Well to be honest, because… Continue reading Why I Blog about Food?
Steam Rice Rolls is popular dish within the Hmong families. This is typically served as a appetizer. Some like to eat this with a serving of rice. Others make a large tray and serves this as a main dish. Steam Rice Rolls is a cooked rice flour batter with a Pork filling and served with… Continue reading Hmong Steam Rice Rolls
Sweet Pork is a sweet and super fatty dish. This is a popular dish in the Hmong culture. This is a easy dish and now even easier with the Instant Pot Pressure Cooker! Ingredients 1 tbsp Salt 1/2 a cup Dark soy sauce 1/2 a cup Oyster sauce 6 each Garlic Cloves 2 oz Ginger… Continue reading Hmong Sweet Pork in Instant Pot
Perfect dish when someone isn’t feeling well. Or just quick bite on a cold day. Cooking Rice Porridge has never been easier with a Instant Pot Pressure Cooker. Ingredients A quart of Water A cup Jasmine Rice Half a stalk Lemongrass 2 oz Chicken (optional) 1 scallions/ green onions (optional) Pinch Salt Step 1: Prepare… Continue reading Hmong Rice Porridge in Instant Pot
Kapoon is a red curry noodle soup with chicken.Kapoon is a red curry noodle soup popularized in Hmong cuisine, and many Southeast Asian countries. This noodle soup is quick and simple dish to whip up. It's made with chicken from creamy coconut, fresh herbs, zesty lime, and red curry. Ingredients 2 each Thai chili pepper… Continue reading Hmong Kapoon
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, thinking about making the perfect side dish. So while the turkey is arguably the center of attention at the Thanksgiving table, the sides are just as important because invariably, most will say that it's their favorite part of the meal. Give Homemade Hmong Eggrolls a try! This is one… Continue reading One Thanksgiving Side Dish that Steal the Spotlight