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Thursday, 24 January 2013

Lazy Brinjal Sambal



 Mamarazzi bought this ready to eat Sambal paste from our last trip to Tangjung Sepat. Have been wondering what to do with it till Kaw kaw mentioned that she used it to steam Brinjal.


 Well...here goes.....One brinjal.

 Cute into half then to pieces.

 
Put the paste on top. Then steam in the rice cooker when cooking rice.

 Jeng! Jeng! end result.

For me...I don't like. I preferred the "black" rice. Yup....Mamarazzi cooked Loh Mai Farn for me too.

49 comments:

  1. Try steam brinjal only, then add sambal just before serving :)

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  2. Yup, agree. Steam...and eat as ulam with the sambal. But so far, I've not some across any canned or bottled sambal that is nice.

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  3. Oh ya! I did get one good one once, homemade...a long time ago in KK at the pasar tamu - Sunday mornings along Gaya Street. Must go when in KK!!! Lots of things to see,

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  4. The paste is actually very identical to our so calledf "bagoong".. it's a shrimp paste filled with spices and chili yum yum
    now that makes me drool LOL

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    1. yes yes yes...thinks it's the same . Just different name

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  5. have a great day and nice to be here

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  6. i never eat brinjal till got 1 time, my friend order, eat it, acceptable...

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    1. Eat too much of brinjal also not tht good

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  7. hahaha, really easy to cook huh?? i think mamarazzi used less than 5 minutes to prepare because she didn't even bother to slice the brinjals nicely, haha!! but they do look good!!

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    1. ooh, mamarazzi cooked rice and also glutinous rice at the same time?? no wonder needs to cook this "lazy" brinjal~~

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    2. with that sambal i think can cook many "lazy" dishes lah.. this time is brinjal, next time i think cooling "lazy" ladies fingers also quite nice right??

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    3. In Thailand, they steamed or boiled the lady fingers, cabbages, kangkong or wild flowers and celup with sambal belacan ala Thai style.

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    4. SK ,Hahaha ...lazy mah....:p

      That Loh mai farn was cooked in the morning for lunch. Then night time cooks rice. Got leftover. He wanna eat the loh mai fan so let him eat lor

      Hahaha....very apt name for it....Lazy fingers

      OO...that one like the Baba shop in Melaka la, TM

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  8. Hmm sounds easy.. And brinjal is very good for health~ Why Small Kucing don't like ha~

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  9. Small Kucing does not like to eat brinjal or he is just afraid of eating the spicy sambal on top of the brinjal?

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  10. you should steam it with hot water boil?
    can steam it together with rice?

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    1. steam with rice. My rice cooker have steamer too. so put the plate on the steamer and steam with rice lor. Boil will make all the "sweetness" of the brinjal gone

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  11. I think before you steam you need to quick boil the brinjal first then only steam it..
    so that the brinjal will be soft and nice..

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    1. it's already soft lo in the rice pot

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  12. Wah! Mamarazzi can cook Loh Mai Fan, geng ah! I can't . Share the recipe, please.

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    1. Ya, ya, please share the loh mai fan recipe!

      Rice barrel Ah Hua is waiting~~

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    2. pengsan.....Recipe ah????dies......Mamarazzi punya recipe agak agak one...

      but here are the ingredients la

      http://smallkucing.blogspot.com/2010/06/poisoned-pulut-in-hantu-land.html

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  13. Small boys normally dont like brinjals.. my kids only like them when they are in college! :)

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    1. I don't like brinjal up to now! :p

      Can I have the sambal and the rice only?

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  14. Wow! Great easy recipe and this is my favourite!i will follow this as I just bought a bottle of home made sambal belacan.

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    1. *horrified* you dont follow ah...later go holand. Must invent own recipe ah

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  15. So far this will be the second recipe I will follow from your blog. The first easy one was that banana muffins.

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    1. Dies dies dies.........hope not go holland

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  16. oh i guess that was called bagong here
    and i must say it was perfect with
    eggplant

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  17. my mom used to cook eggplant with that
    as it's sauce and aside to the
    eggplant omelet thats the only eggplant dish
    i could eat

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  18. Well if you would eat that
    you must never forget to
    brush your teeth after haha
    because it stinks haha

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    1. For those who eats would say its fragrant.

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  19. bagoong is also best with green mangoes
    ooh i so love it

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  20. have a great day small kucing,
    take care always and god bless you always
    enjoy blogging

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  21. Hey, how clever to put the brinjal with the rice together to steam! Perfect, dear!

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  22. Never though of steaming brinjals with sambal before. Its a great idea and I must try out soon.

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