Sunday, March 10, 2013

Long Beans (Kacang Panjang) And Prawns In Coconut Sauce


I've just returned from work, and right now I am staring at this Long Beans/Kacang Panjang And Prawns In Coconut Sauce. In fact, it has already been half an hour I am still trying to figure which alphabets on the key board I should start tapping. Oh-god, a tiring day at work is really exhausting, so, what say you if I link some of my previous recipes made alongside similar ingredients as per this side dish? You agree? Thank you. I knew I can count on all you great followers of "cook with nava-k". Okay, lets get going, After a string of dishes (Spicy Chickpea Long Beans, Long Beans In Turmeric Milk Gravy & Prawn Cabbage In Lemongrass Coconut Sauce), here we have today this quite rich side dish made alongside prawns (Prawn Fritters Grilled Prawns), coconut milk (Nasi Dagang, Sodhi, Vegetable Green Curry & Potato Green Peas Curry) and saffron strands (Saffron Cinnamon Poached Pears & Beriyani Rice). Cooking technique is nothing brain cracking, the nearest alternative for saffron strands is turmeric powder. That's it for the day everyone, I'll catch up you again.  


Ingredients 
15 (about 100g) long beans - cut into 1 inch length
10 medium size prawns - devein and leave the tail on
6 garlic - crushed
3 shallots - crushed
1/4 tsp saffron strands (or lesser)
1/2 cup thick coconut milk
3 tbsp oil
Salt for taste

Method
When oil is heated, sauté garlic and shallots. 
Add the rest of the ingredients. 
Simmer and cook over low heat to soften beans. 
Dish out. 
(Note:  for more sauce, add more water or coconut milk)
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9 comments:

  1. Thanks for popping over to say hello, Nava. I know you're like me and have trouble keeping up with all the comments...there is just not enough time, is there? Your long beans look wonderful...they're not a veggie I see around here, but will certainly grab a bunch if I ever spot them. Hope your weekend was wonderful....I'll try to get by more often :)

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  2. This looks delicious my friend, who can resist beans :D

    Cheers
    CCU

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  3. Both looks delicious. I didn't make gravy with long beans, I need to try now.

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  4. not that like long bean no idea y~

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  5. wow this is unique. Did not know greens can pair off with coconut milk and saffron strands

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  6. hmmmm...delicious! we have a similar dish called "ginataang sitaw"!

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  7. Simple and yummy! Not quite good at cooking long beans as I often over cook them till they are a lil too soft:(

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  8. Oh, this might be delicious! I love everything that has coconut in it, and I've never tried it with beans. Thank you for this delicious recipe, a must try!

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