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Wednesday, 3 September 2014

Cockle, Clams and Lokan Galore

 Still remember our post yesterday on going to Pantai Remis?

Well, here are what Mamarazzi bought. Big Size cockles for RM5/kg, Lokan RM4/kg(have around 10 pieces), ready peeled lala RM5/packet and lastly Clams RM8/kg/ Bought 2 kg.

Upon reaching home, Papa immediately boiled hot water and blanched the cockles. Ate it with the cili sauce from Ah Mah with crushed peanuts.

 As for peeled Lala....

 Mamarazzi used it to fry bihun .

 Lokan was more complicated...needs join effort from Papa and Mamarazzi. Mamarazzi wanted to make something like what Mommy Ling had . But instead of frying it, she wanted to steam it.

Papa boiled the Lokan so that easy to peel out the meat

 Chopped some sengkuang, and "smelly" leaves. Add some goji. Mixed with lokan meat, minced pork and fish paste. 

 Put back into the shell and steam. 


 The balance of the Lokan was baked. Mamarazzi chopped the garlic. 

Papa fried the garlic with butter and added in the meat. 

Scoop up and put into freezer for awhile so that it is easier for Mamarazzi to scoop it back into the shell.

 Added cheese on top....put into the oven to bake. err...how high the tempreture and how long tarak tau...just agak agak.

 End result ....wahh........nice leh!



 Finally comes to Auntie Elin's  "Wine Braised Clams With Crispy Garlic Topping"...errr....Mamarazzi won't  bother you with her make do recipe la. It is better for you to hop over to Auntie Elin's blog and see.

Okay la...give Mamarazzi chance to "eksyen" a bit okay...here...paste big big photo of her dish....not many chance to do that you know. Mostly her dish turn kaput leh...only this turns out good.


 The balance of the Clams...made into Seong Thong Lala. Hmmm...big mistake. Though she had soaked the Clams in salt water whole afternoon, still not all the mud came out.

She should have boiled them once to let the mud come out before putting into the soup pot.

End result...the soup was too salty and kinda black.

I didn't like it much.
 Of all the dishes...can you guessed which one is my favourite?


Yup...it was the Baked Lokan. I love it. Can't have enough of that.

59 comments:

  1. wow...so many see hum and really looks good!!

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  2. We have to try new things, then can make again and it will be better. The dishes do look beautiful and high class. I have not heard of any of these except the clams.

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    1. Thanks Ginny. now we are exploring ways of cooking the clams

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  3. When are you going to open up your restaurant???? Sounds like your little 'taste tester' son will give you choices of what 'your' restaurant should offer to others.... That Baked Lokan does sound delicious... I'd love that one --and would definitely eat that at your restaurant!!!!!!

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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    1. Wish we can..but that will be a lot of work, Betsy.

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  4. That was a feast! Like what you did to the lokan. Slurp!

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  5. Oooooooo!!!! What a feast! I'm salivating all over! When I go over, we drive to this place and buy the whole lot and more, can?

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    1. Wah, you guys are already making plans?

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    2. In the meantime, did u buy n dijamin sampai hari esok to Sibu?

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  6. Y u never invite me to your house when you cook? I sulk and sob liao, sobssssss

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    1. I go KL, i will b very thick skin, eat at your house, can or not? Wink wink hint hint

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  7. wow!! that's really a feast of shells!! guess Mamarazzi and Paparazzi must have been very busy in the kitchen to come out with so many dishes, one kind of shells so many ways of cooking!! galore it truly was!!

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  8. blanched cockles with chili sauce and crushed peanuts!! aiyoh, simple and yet very delicious thing leh.. just RM5/kg, Uncle SK makan outside if not mistaken one small plate also RM6 like that..

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    1. ya wor and the kerang size was very big

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  9. the fried beehoon with lala!! wah, Uncle SK loves this!!! and totally agree with Mamarazzi's decision to cook them this way!! sedap sekali la, Uncle SK can wallop the whole thing when it comes to fried beehoon, like dunno how to feel full like that, haha!!!

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    1. But end up cooked too mucgh liao....cannot finish. have to masuk fridge

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  10. and those lokan!! aiyoh, actually Uncle SK never tried lokan before leh (he guess la).. and smart way to bake it with cheese, and Uncle SK also guess correctly that Smsll Kucing loves this one the most, hehe.. the other one got minced pork and fish paste, very special leh..

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    1. Mamarazzi first time trying Lokan too. saw in STP and Yee ling blog.

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  11. finally the clams!! ah, steam with ginger garlic and what-nots, nice!! remind Uncle SK of those steam scallop he had in HK leh, they usually put "tong fun" below to steam together and the glass noodles of course absorb the juice and become very nice.. the soup, aiyah, wasted hor?? next time must cooked a bit first hor??

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    1. ogh tung fun ah...wokay wokay...."received". Next round try with tung fun pulak...best leh. liddat Mamarazzi no need waste time fry bihun

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  12. Wah! Clam feeding frenzy hah..hah...Very nice lah!

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  13. Good morning,
    what glorious seafood! drooling already...

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  14. All Shell Meal !! Love them... Never tasted lokan before... must be really really goodie!!

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  15. Wah, what a seafood spread! Haha, I also guessed that the baked cheese lokan is the one Small Kucing like best because that one should be really flavouful.

    Wah, so the whole time, mamarazzi and paparazzi both are in the kitchen cooking these shells away, they can use the time to bond with each other. Nice partnership, can open a restaurant already.

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  16. I salute Mamarazzi and Paparazzi, after a long day out, can spend the rest of the day to cook up a storm with all these seafood. Well done!

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    1. nah...no need so much time. within an hour all kau tim liao.

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  17. Adoii... so sedap. It looks like you're having a seafood fiest. lol!

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    1. all shell punya.... too bad they dont have crabs

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  18. Wahhhhh!!! A seafood feast! Envy lah!

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  19. wow!! they look do fresh!! making me hungry now. =D

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  20. How much all of these costs by the way. So tempting

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    1. price listed above....total less than rm50

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  21. I love the one with the melted cheese. Some western style cooking there.hheheh

    Miss eating lokan though

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    1. ahem ahem.....next time we go jeram will ask u if u want or not. can get and you cook la

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  22. Gosh, I love all these shellfish! I wanna eat those cockles but hubby doesn't allow us to eat them raw. Sigh!

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    1. better not eat raw. Scared of hepatitis also

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  23. Triple yum to the dishes you made. All very impressive.

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  24. Look at that!!! Mamarazzi could bake such a delicious shell dish with cheese! I love them! I am drooling now at my desk. So bad!

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    1. Muhaha..next time buy and letchumi bake ok

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  25. I also love the lala to be added to the fried bihun. They really boost up the fragrance and taste but must eat with spicy sambal to make a complete meal for me!

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    1. spicy sambal ah...pimple all pop up leh

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