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Cách làm thịt bò khô đơn giản tại nhà
Hương vị cay cay, đậm đà, thơm ngon của thịt bò khô luôn khiến nó trở thành món nhậu “lai rai” ngon khó cưỡng của các quý ông. Chính vì thế, thay vì mua thịt bò khô ngoài tiệm vừa đắt, vừa không đảm bảo vệ sinh cũng như lo lắng về nguồn gốc thực phẩm tại sao chị em phụ nữ không thể hiện sự khéo léo chiều chồng của mình bằng việc tự tay chuẩn bị cho ông xã món nhậu hấp dẫn này vớicách làm món bò khô đơn giản tại nhà của GiaDinhViet.edu.vn.
Cách làm thịt bò khô
Nguyên liệu làm thịt bò khô * Thịt bò: 600g, bạn có thể chọn loại bò bắp hoặc thịt bò thăn nhé cho ngon và có thớ thịt dài nhé. * Sả: 50g. * Tỏi: 30g. * Ngũ vị hương: 15g (3 gói, mỗi gói 5g). * Mật ong: 10ml. * Gừng: 1 nhánh nhỏ. * Chanh: 1 quả. * Rau thơm, rau mùi: 50g. * Gia vị: Nước tương, hạt nêm, bột ngọt, ớt bột, tiêu, đường, dầu ăn.
Sơ chế nguyên liệu * Gừng, tỏi, sả : Làm sạch, băm nhuyễn mịn. * Thịt bò: Cắt lát mỏng theo chiều dài của thớ thịt, bạn lưu ý không được cắt ngang thớ thịt đâu nhé vì như thế khi làm xong món bò khô sẽ bị vụn đấy. * Ướp thịt với: 15g ngũ vị hương, 2 thìa sả, 1 thìa gừng, 1 thìa tỏi, 1 thìa nước tương, 1 thìa hạt nêm, ½ thìa bột ngọt, ¼ thìa đường, ½ thìa tiêu, 1-2 thìa ớt bột (tùy theo khẩu vị ăn cay của bạn nhé), 10ml mật ong và ½ thìa dầu ăn. Ướp trong 10 giờ đồng hồ để cho thịt thật ngấm các loại gia vị. Thỉnh thoảng bạn phải đảo đều thịt lại để thịt ngấm hết gia vị cho ngon nhé.

Thực hiện làm thịt bò khô * Bạn xếp thịt vào nồi theo từng lớp rồi đun thật nhỏ lửa trong khoảng 25-30 phút. Khi đun bạn đừng thêm nước nhé vì thịt bò sẽ tự tiết ra nước. Bạn có thể gia giảm thêm gia vị sao cho vừa ăn nhé. * Đến khi nào thịt bò chuyển từ màu đỏ sang màu nâu và nước cạn là được. * Dùng chày, cối giã từng miếng thịt bò khô ra cho mềm sao cho có thể dùng tay xé ra được. * Sau…...

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