Wednesday, February 16, 2011

French Beans (Kacang Buncis) & Tempe Stir-Fried


Hi lovelies,
You still remember my previous recipe of Curried Tamarind Ladies Fingers in which I poured out my heart and soul on a couple of practical theories of life? Yep. I did. I'm a very bold and blunt person. Too bad if people don't like me. I don't care and you shouldn't care as well if you are like me. Wanna know why? People will bitch about you for no apparent reason, also, when you down to your last dollar, trust me, you won't have any friends. So, better if we have less friends after discarding those who hate the sight of us. Even so, among the few, we should count our blessings if they will rescue us in moment of money time. So, what else is new from nava-k today? Nothing much except to the recipe now. Another side dish (Spicy Grilled Bawal Hitam/Black PompretSalted Fish Mango SambalEgg Fish Roll & Fried Lotus Root Chips), this French Bean/Kacang Buncis & Tempe Stir-Fried as you can see is another Malaysian typical rock and roll. What more should I say except mention the ingredients. Buncis, salted fish, chilli, lime and the rest of the user-friendly pantry ingredients. Time for me to say bye now, take care lovelies. 

Ingredients
140g  french beans - remove strings on both sides and slice into 1 inch length
1 packet (120g) tempe - cut into squares
30g threadfin (kurau) salted fish - soak for 20 min and slice
1 (100g) onion - sliced thinly
1 tbsp dried chilli paste
3 tbsp oil
A little lime juice
Salt to taste
(Note; for vegetarian version, omit salted fish)

Method:
When oil is heated, fry tempeh till golden brown.
Remove and keep aside.
In the same oil, fry salted fish until crunchy.
Remove and keep aside.
Now add chilli paste and onions (yes, in the same oil too).
Fry till oil splits.
Add French beans and stir all together.
Pour water (about 3 tbsp) to cook and soften beans.
Add tempeh, season with lime juice and salt.
Stir to mix all together and remove.
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4 comments:

  1. Hi TQ for dropping by my blog. I came over and TQ, I found out what tempe is. Will try your recipe. All the best.

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  2. sedapnya tempe.. dah lama x makan lah

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