Thursday, May 8, 2014

Pucuk Kacang Goreng Cili (Pea Shoots Stir Fried With Chilli)


Pucuk kacang or pea shoots - similar from the family of other types of bean sprouts, reasonably priced and can be picked up from markets, supermarkets and hypermarkets. Pucuk kacang possibly you cook once you have bought. They don't last even if safely kept in the fridge because they willow soon and can be quickly fried up within a jiffy. The ingredients you get ready and fry-fry over high heat. This style I would say comes close to kangkung/water spinach belacan, sweet potato leaves in chilli and kacang buncis/French beans goreng belacan. This dish - ahhh!! the belacan/shrimp paste, chillies and ikan bilis/anchovies for the love with rice and rice alone.


Ingredients
3 cups pea shoots - rinse and pat dry.
2 tbsp tiny anchovies - soak for 10 mins and drain out excess water.
Lime juice -as needed
1 tsp sugar (optional)
3 tbsp oil
Salt to taste (if needed)

For the chilli paste
1 small piece belacan - roasted
5 shallots
1/2 inch ginger
4-5 dried red chillies
** pound/blend

Method
In the heated oil, fry anchovies, remove and keep aside.
Add chilli paste, fry and stir till aromatic and oil splits.
Put in shoots, sugar, lime juice and salt.
Increase the heat and fry till a texture you prefer.
Add fried anchovies, stir again and remove from heat.
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24 comments:

  1. This dish looks super healthy, but I still dont get , what are these pea shoots
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  2. I wish i can get all this ingredients here so i can make this awesome dishes.

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  3. Wow...very colorful and healthy stir fry dish...pass it here :)

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  4. Hi Nava, this is interesting. I have yet to try pucuk kacang with cili and belacan. Just the look of it, I know that I must give this a try. I usually stir fry this with baby anchovies or shredded dried scallop. Just our usual Chinese stir fry. However, your version definitely add that extra oomph to this dish; cili + belacan = yummy!

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  5. is this what we chinese call dou miao?

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  6. Hi Nava, wow.... love this. It's look so inviting. I think I can eat the whole plate. :))
    Excellent photography skill.

    Best regards.
    Amelia

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  7. Wow...that looks SO good! I haven't had pea shoots in this form..they usually end up in a bhaji.;) Beautiful presentation!

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  8. seems to be healthy & with the addition of anchovies, tastes yum yum...

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  9. I always gawk at your pictures! So colorful and vibrant! Lovely dish!

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  10. Ingredients are quite new to me. quite Interesting to know...Thanks to google
    the dish is inviting and neatly presented.

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  11. I have not tried pea shoots, nice clicks.

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  12. wow..love the pics navneet..Looks yum yum..
    my recent one :http://www.indianbeautyforever.com/2014/05/bourjois-radiance-reveal-healthy-mix-foundation.html

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  13. Pea shoots are more colorful than bean sprouts .I saw bean sprouts not pea shoots .Looks so yummy ..

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  14. I love pea shoots, but never had it this way...looks delicious and so flavorful...love it!
    Thanks for the recipe Nava...hope you are having a great week :D

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  15. Looks so amazing!! I have seen a pea shoot stir fry for the first time!! Sure looks tasty..

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  16. I never heard pea shoots,such a beautiful green color, but I do like beans sprout, anything with sambal belacan it taste really good :)

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  17. This pea shoots stirfry looks absolutely yum. Love the appetizing and colourful photos.

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  18. Looks tempting bt im still dont knw, what are these pea shoots...

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  19. a great recipe bt the pea shoots may not be available here nt sure abt it.. lovely clicks :)

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  20. I have never had pea shoots - now I feel I must find them - this dish looks sosocolorful - so delicious!

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  21. Wow...looks too tasty...thx for the recipe Nava...:-)

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