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Pan-fried meat is a familiar dish for every Vietnamese family. Instead of conventional cooking methods, why not try making pan-fried meat with a rice cooker, both convenient and fast.
Let's see how to make this dish.
- 500 grams of lean meat shoulder
- 2 tbsp marinated with char siu sauce (bought from the supermarket)
- 1 tbsp of soy sauce
- 1 tablespoon crushed alum sugar (can be replaced by regular white sugar)
- Sufficient cooking alcohol
Step 1: Rinse the meat, use a paper towel to dry, then put in the bowl, add soy sauce, char siu sauce, a few drops of cooking wine into the bowl. Use your hand to squeeze the spices to soak into the meat more easily. Marinate the meat for 30 minutes.
Step 2: After 30 minutes, put the meat and marinade in the rice cooker, sprinkle with rock sugar, cover the lid, press the cook button.
After the first cooking button jumps, turn the meat over, wait for about 10 minutes, then press the cooking button again until the next time.
Step 3: Use chopsticks to poke the piece of meat to check if the meat is cooked. If you see pink water that is unripe meat, you can press the cook button until it is fully cooked. Put the meat out, cool for a while, then slice to taste.
Soft, fragrant sautéed meats are suitable to be eaten with hot rice.
I wish you success with this pan-fried recipe with this electric rice cooker.