- Shiitake mushrooms12 Piece(s)
- Tofu8 Piece(s)fried tofu
- Turnip2 Piece(s)
- Bamboo vinegarAs needed
- Soy stickAs needed
- Pineapple1/2 Piece(s)
- Furu3 Piece(s)
- Soy sauce6 Tablespoon(s)
- Oil4 Tablespoon(s)vegetables
- Sesame oil2 Tablespoon(s)
- Red pepper2 Pinch
Vietnam is a country of Buddhist tradition of which one of the fundamental principles is the consumption of non-animal food. On the occasion of major holidays, Vietnamese are used to consume vegetarian stew, mostly composed of tofu, vegetables and pickled fruits. Tourists visiting the many temples can discover Vietnamese vegetarian cuisine prepared by the monks.
Wash and cut the two turnips in a half-round. Then dip shiitake mushrooms and dried soybean sticks in hot water to soften them.
Cut the pineapple half into small slices. Prepare the fried tofu pieces, the bamboo slices and the furu cubes.
cooking the vegetarian stew
In a large saucepan, add sesame oil and vegetable oil.
Add the turnips, bamboo slices, fried tofu squares, pineapple slices, shiitake mushrooms and dried soybean sticks, then fry for 5 minutes over high heat.
Add the soy sauce and fry for 5 minutes over high heat. Vegetables should soak in soy sauce and take a light brown color.
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Add the cubes of furu and mix well.
Finally, fill with water until 4/5 of the pan. Cook on medium heat for 40 minutes (stir occasionally).
Add red pepper at the end of cooking.
We recommend that you leave Vietnamese vegetarian stew for at least half a day so that all flavors can be released completely.
This month, we offer you the recipe for a Vietnamese vegetarian stew. This is a homemade recipe with various vegetables such as bamboo, turnip, shitake mushrooms, tofu, pineapple. But you can adapt the recipe with the vegetables of your choice