Rau Muong

Rau muong

Stir-fried water spinach is a common Asian vegetable dish, known by various names in Asian languages. Water spinach is stir-fried with a variety of vegetables, spices, and sometimes meats.

Why do people like Rau Muong

Rau muống xào tỏi is a traditional Vietnamese dish that's suitable for vegetarians. It's made with a combination of morning glory (water spinach), garlic, fish sauce, salt, sugar, and oyster sauce. The water spinach is blanched, then stir-fried with garlic, salt, and sugar, while the fish sauce is added near the end of cooking.

This vegetable dish is served hot, usually as a part of a three-course meal, the first is a stir-fry, the second course is a boiled or steamed dish, and the third course is a soup. Rau muống xào tỏi also makes for a great accompaniment to white rice.

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Ingredients that go into Rau Muong

  • 1 tbspvegetable oil
  • 1 bunchwater spinach (about 700 g)
  • 5garlic cloves, finely chopped
  • 1 tbspoyster sauce
  • 2-3 tspfish sauce
  • 1long red chilli, finely chopped
  • pinch salt
  • pinch sugar
  • 1-2 tbspchicken stock
  • steamed jasmine rice and soy sauce, to serve

How to cook Rau Muong

  1. Heat the vegetable oil in a wide, heavy-based frying pan or wok over high heat. Add the water spinach and all the remaining ingredients and stir–fry for a couple of minutes or until wilted and tender.
  2. Serve with steamed rice and soy sauce.

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What can Rau Muong be served together with

Rau muong-served
The grassy notes of rau muong are accentuated by the earthiness of briny mam tom in this 5-minute stir-fry from Diep Tran, chef and owner of the recently closed Good Girl Dinette in Highland Park. Mam tom definitely brings funk to the fresh greens but doesn’t overpower them. The fat from pork belly mellows the mam tom, and the garlic, chile and lemon juice brighten the greens. Charring everything in a wickedly hot pan adds a smokiness that ties the dish together. The tangle of greens hooking bits of caramelized meat and toasted garlic weeps a savory jus. Scoop over steamed rice for an intensely satisfying bite.

Other popular Vietnamese food

Besides rau muong, there are other vietnamese food dishes that are highly popular in Singapore and around the world. Below is a list of some of the most mentioned ones:

Pho, Cha Ca, Banh Xeo, Cao Lau, Rau Muong, Nem Ran Cha Gio, Goi Cuon, Bun Bo Hue, Banh Khot, Ga Tan, Nom Hoa Chuoi, Hoa Qua Dam, Pho Cuon, Ga Nuong, Pho Xao, Ca Phe Trung, Bo La Lot, Xoi, Banh Cuon, Ca Tim Kho To, Bot Chien, Bun Dau Mam Tom, Banh Goi, Com Suon Nuong, Chao, Bo Luc Lac, Hat De Nong, Banh Uot thit nuong, Bun Cha, Banh Mi, Lau, Banh Bao, Com rang, Bo Bit Tet, Com Chay, Che, My Xao Bo, Dau Phu Sot Ca Chua, Canh Bun

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