this Vietnamese Pork sausage is my favorite way to incorporate pork into the meal while keeping it fresh, crisp, and as tasty as the day it was picked. I get this question quite a bit, and this is one dish that I’m personally always on the look out for in my fridge. It’s a great way to get the flavors of a fresh sausage and still keep it warm.
The pork sausage in this recipe is made by hand, so don’t expect a lot of it. This recipe is more a guide for you, the reader, to what to do with it and how to make it. If you can do it yourself, you should. If it’s not possible, though, you should at least try and make a version of it that is easier to prepare. This is a dish that can be done in a matter of minutes.
My husband often complains that the whole thing takes longer than it needs to be. And yes, that can be true, but I think that this recipe is the secret to enjoying your Vietnamese pork sausage. There is a lot to take care of here, but I promise you, this thing is worth the effort.
Vietnamese pork sausage is the best kind ever. It is so flavorful, yet still fairly light. It can be made with any kind of pork, be it pork belly or pork shoulder. It’s not hard to make at all and if you can’t find it, you can try any of the recipes out there – though I recommend using a good quality pork shoulder for this recipe.
A lot of people think pork is too fatty, but I think they are missing the point. It is very flavorful and a good substitute for beef, turkey, or chicken. Vong, the Vietnamese word for sausage, is a portmanteau of the words “viet” and “cung” (meaning “sausage”).
Pork shoulder has been the traditional choice for pork for centuries, but it’s only recently that pork belly has gotten the same attention. I don’t think most people know that if you want a real hearty pork shoulder you need to buy it. A good quality pork shoulder will last you a good while, but a fake one will taste like it’s been sitting on a plate in the sun for a while.
It seems that more and more people are starting to eat pork belly instead of pork shoulder. A lot of people say they can’t get enough.
The question is whether you actually want to eat a fake one. If you are making a recipe for it in your head, you should probably still do that, but if you want a real one, go for it. It’s also a lot easier to butcher a real one than to buy a fake one from the butcher. If you want to go the fake route, you can also buy it from a butcher or even make your own pork sausage.
The pork belly I used in this recipe is not a fake one. Its one of the most delicious varieties of pork belly out there. To be honest, I don’t really get the hype around fake pork belly. The reason I used it was because I love the taste of raw pork belly. I have gotten used to it. While I do like a homemade version of the real thing, the reality is that you can’t really make a fake one.
The truth is, if you want a quality pork belly, I would suggest that you buy it from a local butcher. Fake is fake, no matter if it is a fake pork belly or not.