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Friday, 10 January 2014

Homemade Popiah My Way

This happens last year. You still remember Mamarazzi posting about Homemade Ipoh Salted Baked Chicken

It was during that period which I was a bit choosy on my food.


Mamarazzi cooked a few dishes and among it was Ju Hu Char(jicama fry with carrot and dried shrimp.  Papa said he wanna eat popiah la.

Shredded some cucumber and fried eggs...



While Papa having popiah I also wanna eat popiah la. Mamarazzi said okay. So I made my own popiah. Mine, I added rice. Then Mamarazzi added some meat and other stuffs in my popiah pulak.

Wrapped everything together....

Weird Popiah but...


Not bad la...she said can "trick" kids to eat their vege and meat at the same time.


56 comments:

  1. I like to eat popiah very much. So convenient to eat it with everything wrapped nicely inside but preparing the ingredients take a lot of work. Mamarazzi is really good to make popiah for the whole family. Yum! Yum!

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    1. not realy a lot of work la...just shred kau tim

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    2. Still need to cook the shredded lobak and make omelettes before cutting the omelets into strips. Work lah.

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    3. hahaha ya la...but it didnt feel like much wor :p

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  2. Muka macam kena paksa makan.... hehehe... Didn't you steam the popia?

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  3. Nice! Like our Vietnamese roll... It's the sauce that makes it great!

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  4. Not that weird la, the one that I made, I almost put the same ingredients too!!! =]

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  5. Eh, title said homemade popiah but the first picture is baked chicken pulak.. First look at it macam roast chicken with herbs la.. Like Kenny Roger's chicken like that.. Read on more, oohh, Ipoh yim kuk gai.. Chicken when roasted in the oven for 1-2 hours will be very very tender, soft, moist and juicy.. Even the breast part, that's what I like about roasting a chicken (or baking) in the oven..

    The title already enuff to make me drool and wana read more.. Ooh, this time make popiah ahh? I very lazy lor when I think of making popiah.. Coz immediately I think about the shredded vegetables and all.. Malas lor.. But in order to make our kids eat and hoping that he eats, ok la, how sanfu also must try to cook varieties for him kan? Just like me..

    Wah, inside add rice timm.. Honestly, not a bad idea, like you said, can trick kids to eat.. The trick is to let them hands-on sendiri wrap the popiah, then it will "smell & taste better" if they hand-made it themselves, thus, they will eat lor.. Very good idea.. When my boy is old enuff, I also wana let him hands-on in meal preparation, then hopefully he will eat what he has prepared lor..

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    1. wei shred is very fast and easy leh If buy very mahal leh. One popiah already rm2. But then if u eat only one or two popiah then better buy la coz wanna make the liu also similar price jor

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    2. why not you try it...the kids will have fun wrapping their own popiah. let them put whatever inside la

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  6. oh, i remember that salt-baked chicken!! mamarazzi put too much powder and it tasted very salty, if not remembered wrongly?? oooh, mamarazzi so hardworking ke?? i thought she just cooked the chicken, didn't expect her to cook so many other smaller dishes dei..

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    1. the rest not cook geh ....actually quite easy la...,just bake only and shreed those ingredients

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  7. hahaha, only having popiah for dinner?? errr, enough meh?? or that was just a snack?? no wonder Small Kucing wanna have some rice, else i think won't be filling enough.. but i like his idea, hahaha, so creative to wrap his dish all into the popiah skin!! nice woh, put rice, chicken, cucumber and the juhuchar inside.. but what was may be lacking - more sauce to make it taste a little wet but nicer??

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    1. vereyday eat rice Papa bored la. Som try eat vege lo

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  8. hahaha, i think not bad lah, popiah stuffed with rice, see Small Kucing enjoyed eating it.. but in that photo, what Uncle SK saw was that there was a big bottle of METHOD in the kitchen!! hahahaha, haiyoh, mamarazzi surely is the best ambassador of METHOD products huh?? but sekejap ada METHOD and KFC, the next photo sekejap hilang.. doing magic ke?? hehehehehe :D

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    1. SK's eyes altho' small but can see very clearly wor..
      So observant you..
      Method and KFC plastic bag also can see, ngor hou pui fook lei..

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    2. itu second photo wanna close up a bit lor...so crop crop crop :p

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  9. Love the ju hu char... wrapped with lettuce, best in the whole world! hahahaa... Good idea to wrap in some rice too... yes, kids will be "bought" that way... !

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  10. I loves popiah, but a lot of work, normally buy from outside...

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    1. yea but thought try making this ate home lor

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  11. Mamarazzi's smart and wonderful way to get kids to eat veggies! Have a great weekend.

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  12. I want to try the salt bake chicken but need to find out where to buy the sachet. Popiah is nice, simple but a lovely home made version.

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    1. I saw some of the powder at Jaya grocer. You might wanna try get uit there

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  13. How you you didn't make on that day geh...i lapar jor.

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  14. wah, not bad la that popiah! ;)

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  15. Wow! Pohpiah I like! Your mamarazzi can cook almost everything under the sun just like flipping pages of the books... so easy for her!

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  16. This Ju Hu Char dish is very healthy which my old parents love too. Their teeth and gums are weak to bite hard food now. My teeth is still strong but I love it dei. Ask mamarazzi make Poh Piah for Anay!

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  17. Eat some more and grow faster & taller. You are getting more handsome each day and soon Kaldip & Mamarazzi will have headache with all the gals swooning. Muahahaha

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    1. hahaha you just wait la....if suddenly got boys swooning the both of them will pening liao

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  18. Not bad. Small kucing is very creative when come to create new food! :)

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  19. Very special popiah there. If you have leftover skin, can try putting crushed peanuts and ice cream. Very nice :)

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    1. ya ka...yes...have two packets of skin in the freezer

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  20. Nice but i guess i'm used to those wet version of popiah here in Penang, i find those dry ones with a harder and chewier texture which i don't quite like :)

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  21. J looks so cute with his mouth all full!
    I love popiah!!

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  22. Looks like more to sushi popiah....
    Nice...

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  23. Hahahahah... this reminds me of when I used to trick my Daughter into eating her vegetables. I think any way you can get them to eat vegetables is good.

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    1. hahaha great way to make them eat vegetables right? :P

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  24. looks so yummy.. :D I wanna bite too!

    namesherry.com

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  25. I love to eat popiah so much and my family too. But normally I just using the deep fried method.

    May I know which type of popiah skin which you used? Do you do anything to the skin before eating it?
    I have those big square popiah skin but I am unsure do I need to steam it before I wrap the inti inside.

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