Monday, June 11, 2012

Fried Sengkuang

My mum is very good at frying sengkuang. We would surely love it. But since my mum is not staying with us anymore, we missed it. I have to learn how to fry it. For the first few times, it was horrible. That would mean my kids would complain about it. I asked my mum why my sengkuang didn't taste as good as hers. She told me that sengkuang needs more oil..


stir fry the chopped garlic with more cooking oil


add the minced meat


add the sengkuang and carrot


add the light soya sauce and black soya sauce


stir them up until done


Now I can cook up yummy sengkuang dish...
Thanks mum for the tip..



31 comments:

  1. I love fried sengkuang too...
    But my mum don't put carrot..
    She got put some dried octopus.. Make More fragrant smell
    I use to wrap with lettuce or sang choy...
    Like a wrap.. It is a must dish during festive seasons...

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    1. yeah, this is nice with lettuce.. and feel more healthy also hor??

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    2. I love it with lettuce too..

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  2. I only fried sengkuang whenever I want to make chai kuih...

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  3. oh you just changed a new layout..

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  4. within an hour, because this morning when i came it's still that dark background!! :)

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    1. I had to change as I received a message from a friend telling me that my blog was infected with a virus.

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  5. i like this new template, nice and vibrant, and more importantly a lot easier to read~~ :)

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    1. thanks..I just make it simple as I was short of time.

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  6. hehehe, i like fried sengkuang.. in popiah or from the economy rice stall as a dish..

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  7. but is this the northern style?? cos over here it's white in color not dark color..

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  8. ah, maybe this is close to the "juu huu char" from penang?? just minus some cuttlefish, hehe~~

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  9. I love this dish...long time never cook.

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  10. Wah! So dark colour?? I thought it was normally lighter color but it still looked delicious in your wok.

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    1. maybe I added too much black soya sauce :)

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  11. yip...i like this dish too. Mom used to make when got "Dai Yat Ji" then eat balut with salad leaves

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  12. your wok very nice. is it the heavy type of the light ones? Heard people say heavy wok is better. So far am using the black wok

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    1. it's nice to use since it's big enough.

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  13. Never had a fried sengkuan before. Interesting. :)

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  14. I am going to have that this Sunday!! :)

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