This Beef Carpaccio with Pho Flavours dish is a Vietnamese inspiration.
“This starter course takes inspiration from Beef Pho, and the refined flavours and additions used. To capture the spices that are within the broth, an easy homemade hoisin sauce includes these aromatic additions.” ~ Anna Olson
This is easily my FAVOURITE dish!! It took less than 10 minutes to make. And the Hoisin Sauce that Anna taught us is absolutely delicious! YUMMMM…
Chef Tip: Make sure you invest in a good round of beef tenderloin. Use a tong and a sharp knife to slice the beef. If you are not a fan of eating the beef raw, try searing it for a bit before you slice it. Yes! I am so proud of myself for knowing what searing means now… told you I was a cooking gundu (ignoramus). ;-p
I was not aware that you can make fresh Hoisin sauce. Following Anna’s recipe, it was easy as pie to make and so OMG…YUMMY!!
One note of caution, Anna uses peanut butter in hers. So if any members of your family has a nut allergy, you may want to try an alternative.
Recipe courtesy of Anna Olson
|Yield: 8 appetizer servings
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
My dish was used as the model of the picture below courtesy of Asian Food Channel. I am so looking for any excuse to throw a dinner party now. And this dish will certainly be on the menu!! 🙂
Catch Anna Olson in Action!
Tune-in to Anna’s new show, Inspired with Anna Olson which premieres on Friday, 29 July @ 9pm on Asian Food Channel (Starhub Ch435).
All photos without Universal Scribbles watermark are provided courtesy of Asian Food Channel.
- Master Cooking Class With Anna Olson
- Shrimp & Coconut Risotto With Pickled Jalapeno
- Beef Carpaccio with Pho Flavours
- Steamed Carrot Cake with Sweet Potato Ice Cream
Till our next post, love yourself, love one another.