Monday, December 6, 2010

Belacan Fried Rice


God! I love belacan too much. Belacan is sincerely my love. My other half-half on the contrary, believe me, only started tasting belacan cooked dishes (Kangkung Belacan & Belacan Fish Sambal). after he fell in love with me. Additionally, even Malay food is a new discovery to him. Thanks to me, a pat on my shoulders, for introducing belacan and Malay dishes to him. I still have a long way to go for introducing other typical authentic Malay dishes, of course cooked with belacan (Nyonya Fish Sambal & Sambal Udang) and Chinese dishes as well (Penang Hokkien Mee), trust me, I am not trying to change his food lingo, but no harm done right? After all, when we consider ourselves as adventurous foodies, we must try different types of food? This Belacan Fried Rice, unbelievably gave him the food pleasure (Kampung Fried Rice). Power roaring and dynamic fried rice. Leftover cooked rice, fried-up with chillies, belacan, eggs, fresh prawns and kangkung. Enjoy. I love you too.

Ingredients:
6 red dried chillies 
1/2 inch roasted belacan (or 1/2 tsp belacan powder)
**Blend/ground to a coarse paste 
Other ingredients
3 cups cooked white rice
2 eggs 
10 fresh prawns(de-vein, remove skin and head, and chopped)
3 shallots (sliced thinly)
3 garlic (sliced thinly)
10 stalks kangkung/water spinach (cut off the roots, slice stem into two and cut again)
3 tbsp oil
Salt for taste (use sparingly)

Method:
When oil is heated, break eggs in.
Scramble and dish out.
In the same oil (if needed, add a bit more oil)
Fry chilli paste, shallots, garlic and prawns for a couple of mins or/and till aromatic. 
Add rice and season with salt.
Stir all together.
Add kangkung and scrambled eggs.
Quickly stir and remove from heat.  


















































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4 comments:

  1. tq, give a try and give us yr feedback

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  2. This is such a great recipe!! Thanks for sharing hun :)

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  3. I never try this before looks devine

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