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Bò lúc lắc is a very popular dish of Vietnamese cuisine. It consists of beef, usually sirloin or rump steak marinated in many flavors typical of the country’s gastronomy, that is then sautéed and accompanied with raw vegetables and white rice. Bò lúc lắc is also popular in neighboring Cambodia where it is known as lok lak, and Cambodians often claim its paternity, although their version is accompanied by rice with lemon juice and tomato paste, which makes the rice very red. In Vietnamese, bò means beef, lúc lắc means stir and shake, illustrating the movement to stir the cubes of beef in the wok in which the dish is prepared. Bò lúc lắc can also be accompanied by French fries, another vestige of the French presence in the country. Other crudités can also accompany this dish, such as cucumber, seasonal beans or peppers. Tomatoes can also be replaced with cherry tomatoes. Cambodians use Kampot pepper for their lok lak version. A pepper that is found at the seaside and whose flavor is particularly refreshing. In Pho Time PB, we serve it with saute onions #sharingbeef, #boluclac, #friedrice #comchien #comrang #chagio, #charam, #CrispyEggRolls, #EggRolls, #SpringRolls, #Vietnam#delicious,#Vietnamesefood,#Photimepb,,#eatVietnamesefood ,#foodie, #SanDiego #CA ******************* For more information: Pho Time 🏠Address: 1820 Garnet Ave (b/w Kendall St & Lamont St.) San Diego, CA 92109 ☎Contact number: (858) 273 1664 And Follow us on: 💌Instagram: @photimepb

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