Je Lau (poisson salé potée)

« Lau mam » est une spécialité du sud et un mariage étonnant de conserves de poissons et hot pot aussi bien.

Guests are certain to love it at the first sight due to the eye-catching beauty of large dishes of colourful vegetables and the favour of the broth, made from salted fish that is cooked until its meat and bone are separated, greasy and sweet-smelling.

The broth is seasoned with sugar, spices; a little of coconut milk added is the secret for a more fatty, scented and viscid hotpot sauce. Red chili and chopped citronella are dispensable parts for a fragrant taste.

Fresh fish meat, water crab meat, snails, eel, slices of pork, silver shrimp accompanied with various kinds of vegetables, such as eggplant, bitter melon, water dropwort, “dien dien” flower , fèves germées, water lily, straw mushroom will be dipped into the boiled sauce until well-done.

Pour cette raison, “Lau mam” is considered as one of the ideal dishes for vegetable-lovers.

The more things are added, the more moreish the stock is.

“Lau mam” is scoop out into bowls and served with handfuls of rice vermicelli also. Enjoying the winter bitter cold with a hot salted fish hotpot, a medley of flavors, spicy, amer, salé, sweet and greasy is not a bad idea!

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