Fried Sengkuang

We love fried sengkuang and it has become our favorite since my mum cooked for us when my kids were still young. But mum wouldn't be here as often to fry for us so I got to learn.

Now it has become an easy dish for me to dish up. I prepared this dish specially for my girl as she came back for the weekend.

First, stir-fry the prawns and minced meat with garlic and oil.
Then pour in the shredded sengkuang and carrot.
Add some light soya sauce. 
Add some water and let it simmer.

the result

best eaten with fresh lettuce

I asked her: "How's the sengkuang?"
She replied: "Yummy!"


Comments

  1. Good morning Wenn,

    Sengkuang is naturally slightly sweet so with the carrot, even without any soy sauce, the dish will taste very nice. I like to eat sengkuang raw too.

    Have a good night sleep!

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    1. oh really..next time I must try without soya sauce.

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  2. This is my favourite too. I must learn to fry them too. It looks easy.

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  3. The Koreans love this too because we wrap with lettuce leaves which they also wrap with meat etc.

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  4. My mom likes to cook this sometimes, pretty yummy!!! =]

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  5. Ju Hu Char! Just posted it last night.. :) My favourite!

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  6. i love this fried sengkuang too!! yes, it's delicious be it with rice or with popiah or with lettuce.. and i like the way you had it, on lettuce with an extra piece of shrimp.. good!! :)

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  7. I love sengkuang too but seldom have it stir fry.

    I enjoy having lots sengkuang in popiah! hehe!

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  8. I've never heard of sengkuang and don't exactly know what it is. It does look delicious though.

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  9. My grandma used to cook sengkuang for us while I stayed with her when I was a child. If I am not mistaken she planted some in her vegetable farm and sold some at the tamu, I missed her a lot :(

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    1. We usually had chunky sengkuang fried with dried shrimps, probably this is the Hakka way of cooking sengkuang..:D

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    2. Raw sengkuang is sweet and crunchy..we eat it that way too or half cooked to maintain its crunchiness..

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  10. Wenn, I love to fried this "bangkuang char" also. If I would fried this, definitely I'll be making chai kuih. it has been a very long time, I didn't make it. Maybe one fine day.

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  11. Looks like you sheredded the sengkuang finely. Very nice. Using knife right?

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  12. Whenever weekends I come back home from Uni. I will never go out to eat. Cos I miss my mom's cooking. Home cook always the best. It don't have to be very good dishes, simple one will easily satisfied my stomach because my mom cooked it with love.

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