Vietnamese Shaking Beef with Snow Peas, Radish & Mint

  • GLUTEN FREE
  • UNDER 30 MINUTES
  • MEAT
  • KID FRIENDLY
  • DAIRY FREE

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Bo luc lac, a savory and sweet Vietnamese dish, is known as shaking beef in English. The name comes from the constant shaking of the pan that occurs while cooking. Tender steaks are first cut into cubes, and then stir-fried with snow peas and tossed in a tangy sauce. We serve it over fluffy jasmine rice, with pickled shallots and radishes. Fresh mint leaves are scattered on top, for a bright, cool, herby finish.

Shared with you by: Eliza Winograd

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