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Sin Savanh (Lao Heavenly Beef Jerky) 500g bag

Sin Savanh (Lao Heavenly Beef Jerky) 500g bag

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Sin Savanh, also known as Lao Heavenly Beef Jerky, is a delightful Lao snack that combines sweet and savory flavors. Let me share some details about this mouthwatering treat:

  1. Ingredients:

    • Sin Savanh is typically made from top of round beef.
    • The marinade includes a blend of flavors:
      • Garlic
      • Sesame seeds
      • White pepper
      • Galangal powder
      • Seasoning sauce
      • Salt
      • Sugar
      • MSG
    • The combination of these ingredients gives the jerky its unique taste.
  2. Preparation Steps:

    • Here’s how you can make Sin Savanh:
      1. Cut the meat: Slice the beef into thin pieces.
      2. Prepare the garlic mixture: Mince garlic, then smash it and mix it with water and seasoning sauce.
      3. Combine with meat: Add the garlic mixture to the meat and mix well. Then add the dry seasonings (sesame seeds, white pepper, galangal powder, salt, sugar, and MSG).
      4. Marinate: Let the meat marinate for about 1 hour.
      5. Dehydrate: Place the marinated meat in a food dehydrator and dehydrate it for approximately 4 hours.
      6. Pan-fry: Heat a pan with oil on low heat. Cook each side of the beef slices for about 30 seconds to 1 minute, pressing down with a spatula to ensure even cooking.
      7. Enjoy: Sin Savanh is perfect as a snack or paired with sticky rice and other Lao dishes.
  3. Name Origins:

    • “Sin” means meat in Lao, and “Savanh” means heaven. So, Sin Savanh translates to “heavenly meat,” which aptly describes the deliciousness of this jerky.
  4. Pairing:

    • Sin Savanh is great with Beer Lao or as a quick protein-packed snack.
    • For an authentic experience, enjoy it alongside sticky rice and other Lao favorites.
  5. Pan-Fry the Jerky:

    • Heat a pan with oil over low heat.
    • Add the beef slices to the pan, making sure they don’t overlap.
    • Cook each side for about 30 seconds to 1 minute, pressing down with a spatula to ensure even cooking.
    • The jerky should turn golden brown and crispy on the edges.

Next time you’re craving a flavorful and satisfying snack, consider indulging in some Sin Savanh! 

Remember, Sin Savanh is not just a snack; it’s a taste of Laos.

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