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Thursday, 21 February 2013

Salted Eggs Prawns with Pandan Leave

 
MMMMmmm something smell nice....


 Mamarazzi going on her rojak recipe again. . She wanted to make Salted Eggs Prawns but doesn't have curry leaves.

Well, Auntie Florence gave her a bunch of Pandan leaves....hentam la...replace curry leaves with pandan la. The usual chopped garlic.

Boiled the salted eggs . Take the yolk and mash it.

 Meantime dip the prawns into eggs yolk and corn flour. Then fry them till half cooked. Take out and drain the excess oil.


 
Meantime fry the garlic and pandan leave till fragrant...mmm.... add the mashed salted eggs yolks ...fry till got "bubbles" then throw in the  prawns. Once the prawns are cooked then can take out from the wok and serve.

Mmm....me not likey this type of cooking la...no gravy...I love the prawns masak kicap ...but Mamarazzi like salted Eggs Yolk prawns pulak.

52 comments:

  1. Looks so yummy! Does it taste very different when you replace the curry leaves with pandan leaves?

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    1. It have the smooth and soft pandan fragrance instead of the sharp curry leaf smell.

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  2. Looks good. Too bad no curry leaves, - an essential ingredient missing, no fragrance.

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  3. wow...Looks very good leh, Mamarazzi... for a change, pandan is also "heong!"

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    1. it have the smooth and soft pandan fragrance instead of the sharp curry leaf smell

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  5. LOL! What a funny mama you have to simply hentam any leaves and cook them!! This gives me some idea now the reasons the cooks in US keep many bottles of dried leaf seasonings in their shelves. It is good option when you cannot get fresh ones.

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    1. this is the fun of cooking lah.. you are creative and flexible, just dare to try to find substitute for the ingredients you are short of.. mamarazzi is expert in this area~~ thumbs up!! :D

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    2. hahah of course simple hentam la...mana tau maybe can invent new dish leh.

      Yes, US they are good at adding various dried leaf and seasoning

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  6. It is actually a Thai dish to use pandan leaves with prawns in Thailand. A new recipe which is popular in remote north. They tied the big prawns with pandans like how they wrapped the chicken! Yummy!

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    1. ooo really ah? hahaha means not really invented new dish la

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  7. mamarazzi is always very clever in finding substitutes for the ingredients, and with that she always create new recipe~~

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    1. i first tried this salted egg thing with crab.. i loved it so much.. then when it become popular, people started to cook with prawns and chicken wings.. i have to say, i actually like the chicken wings version!!

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    2. so how's the taste actually with pandan leaves instead of curry leaves?? very curious to know..

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    3. oh BTW, i think some people also put in a bit of cili padi into this dish.. to enhance the flavor only lah not to intentionally make the whole dish spicy..

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    4. ya wor...copied from salted eggs crab recipe

      Chicken wings ah...hmmm...maybe will try one of these days. Means have to marinate the chicken wings overnight to have the taste lor.

      the taste smoother instead of the strong curry leaves fragrance

      yes...but Mamarazzi omitted the cili padi coz I dont like cili padi

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  8. Muahahaha~! Replacing curry leaves with pandan leaves. Damn funny, this mamarazzi. I hope it tasted ok. It looks not bad actually.

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  9. I hope it is never too late to wish you a Happy CNY and Gong Xi Fa Cai! very special salted egg prawns with pandan leaves, must be very tasty~

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  10. Salted egg, my favourite!! Can I have it for my lunch today :) ?

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  11. Very Handsome in your New Year clothes, young man!



    ALOHA from Waikiki across the Pacific
    Comfort Spiral
    ~ > < } } ( ° > <3

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  12. so how's the pandan leave associated with salted egg yolk? Got pandan flavor or not?

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  13. This is something so fingers licking good! But remember to drink lots of water ya!!

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  14. wow that dish seems really good
    i like its color and juts by it i could say it was
    indeed tasty

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    1. hahaha bet you would love the salted eggs

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  15. i love salted egg we eat it with
    tomato and it suits each other
    and it was perfect with rice too

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    1. oo with tomato? hmm never tried that before

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  16. mamarazzi is pretty clever to use some
    replacement huh
    and pandan is such a good thing to add on
    dishes the aroma gives an extra does of yumminess

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  17. it would be so hustle to travel
    to the market just to buy a single
    ingredient after all

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    1. ya...and it was nearly noon. market closed

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  18. have a great day and happy blogging to you
    small kucing take the best of care and god bless you

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  19. Mamarazzi always cook nice nice foods.

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  20. You gotta beleaf in your leaves haha

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  21. Lovely recipe and its something new for me. That said, both the salted eggs and pandan leaves are also my fav ingredients for cooking.

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  22. I love Salted Eggs Yolk with Prawns, but this is my first time seeing it with pandan leaves. Fantastic!

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  23. Nice salted egg prawn! yum! yum!

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