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Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Pomelo Salad and Sambal Belacan Fried Rice

Papa had sudden craving for Sambal Belacan Fried Rice. Well, since we have loads of Hay Bee(Dried Shrimps), Mamarazzi decided to make some for him.

The ingredient according to Papa....some dried shrimps, some garlic, some belacan and fresh Chili.


Pound everything together

Kinda hard work pounding all that till fine. It would be easier if use a blender but then Papa will say it doesn't taste the same.

We had some pomelo and mamarazzi wanted Pomelo Salad. Papa asked Mamarazzi for the pounded Sambal Belacan(uncooked). Mixed it well with the pomelo.


The rest, she put some oil into the wok and fried it till fragrant before adding in the cooked white rice.  Papa said tasted good but still lacking of something. Maybe lacking of mom's love? Ah Mah used to cook this for papa to eat.


As for me....poor me...I can;t eat either of it.....Mamarazzi made me normal Fried Rice without the Sambal. Just egg and rice. Not bad la.

56 comments:

  1. I have lots of dried shrimps..i must make some sambal. Yummy!

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    1. ya many people also like loads of dried shrimps

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  2. I am sure Small Kucing will be more than happy to help to pound the sambal belacan.

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  3. Yummmm...tambah a bit bawang merah, will add to the taste! Ya, papa's right...must pound...use blender, where got the same? Like eating satay in 5-star hotels.

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    1. LOL...must ask the one eating to pound

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  4. I want to eat that!


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  5. I love when my mum make sambal with beras pulut wrap with banana leafs :D heaven!

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    1. ooooo.....got the recipe? maybe can try

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  6. Lack of something? Maybe STP's anchovies! He displayed his range of fried rice earlier on in his posts.. all ngam for me! :)

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  7. Ooh pomelo salad with belacan, that's something new! I just realized I bought a block of belacan some time ago, I guess it's perfect to cook belacan fried rice! :D

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  8. wah, nice woh.. but pomelo salad with belacan is something new to me, never tried before.. nice ke?? but how easy is that for you to peel the pomelo?? i am really bad in this, always take me long time and also the pomelo may ended up squashed, haha!! :D

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    1. Me also never tried pomelo salad with belacan.

      Maybe mamarazzi can provide the recipe here :D

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    2. SK-Senang la peel pomelo. Just cut at the side and kopek.

      Yvonne- follow Mamarazzi recipe manyak susah..you can ask TM. He pening liao...better google the recipe.

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  9. i just love fried rice of any kind lah, never get tired of it.. hmmm, so your belacan fried rice really just belacan with rice, so plain ah?? hmmm, good if can add some chicken pieces, crispy anchovies and some cili padi huh?? haha.. anyway, you still need to cook separately for small kucing lah..

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    1. Hi 5, SK! I love fried rice and that's my top choice whenever I dine out~

      However this has limit my menu, because I tend to order fried rice and fried rice only, hehehe!

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    2. SK - coz Mamarazzi lazy lo. lazy to go defrost chicken :p

      Yvonne hahaha....same same

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  10. wah, lacking of something?? this feedback is really very abstract lah, hahahaha!! maybe mamarazzi wanna dress and makeup in grandma style to cook, then will have that taste~~ :p

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    1. Muhahaha...means cook wearing sarung ah?

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  11. You're right, pounding and blending certainly create 2 different taste ;)
    I prefer pounding though it's more hard works..

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    1. hard work lo pounding and danger of cili juice splashing to eyes

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  12. The sambal belacan does look delicious! Haven't tried this fried rice before. Must try one day. I enjoy opening a pomelo. Enjoy peeling off the fibre inside. Very therapeutic. Weird, huh?

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    1. therapeutic?? LOL....okie next time borong pomelo for you :p

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  13. i never thought pomelo can be used for salad,
    i mean i love as it is or as juice but that i guess
    was kinda interesting

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  14. haha maybe put a little bit more seasonings
    but though it looks perfect to me

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  15. but i bet its kinda spicy huh
    i think your husband is right it does taste better prepared that way

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  16. have a great day and happy blogging to you small kucing god bless you and your family and please do take the best of care

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  17. Wah....sambal belacan fried rice! What is missing? Perhaps some fish sauce?

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    1. Hv to put fish sauce ah???? no wonder la

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  18. I also prefer to 'tumbuk' the ingredients when I make Sambal Belacan fried rice. More tasty. :-)

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  19. Blending and pounding have different effect? I guess the different is because of our psychology - we would weigh the hard work spent on pounding = better taste, perhaps?

    Btw, I prefer pounding of the chilli, yeap, taste is the best!

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    1. hahaha.....coz added"extra sweat" kot :p

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  20. What a coincident that I had sambal belacan fried rice in my mind for lunch tomorrow. I love anything with belacan but your recipe is unique with pomelo. How I wish I can get a pomelo for my fried rice tomorrow so I can try to do the same. Will go to the supermarket and look for one and try this fav recipe.

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    1. Hmmm maybe can try it with the grape fruit?

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  21. Yum yum, both rice and salad also sound delicious..

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  22. Pomelo Salad is like the CNY Yee Sang. Mixed all together and toss with chops sticks! Nice!

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  23. I never ate this type of Pomelo Salad before. It should taste good since I love Yee Sang very much!

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    1. me too like yee sang. But this one must use sweet sour pomelo make baru nice. if use sweet one resuklt not as good

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  24. Reminded me of the pamelo salad in Sibu..ehehehhe

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