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Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Steamed Brinjal and Steam Stuffed Luffa Gourd

One afternoon, Mamarazzi was blog hopping. Saw something real delicious. Steamed Stuffed Luffa in ElinLuv's blog. Check out Elin's recipe, click HERE.


That night, Mamarazzi REALLY wanted to have something like that...but but but...tarak luffa gourd leh...tarak yuk chok....

Only dug up a brinjal from the fridge. Hentam la......steamed the brinjal with minced meat and goji. Added a bit of salt for taste.

Mamarazzi said sedap wor....

I don't know leh coz Papa and me ate Pizza. Yup...Mamarazzi gone mad. Cook rice and the brinjal dish to eat and also made Pizza for us coz I wanted to have pizza


Some days later, she finally bought Luffa Gourd. Made as per the recipe.....errr.....maybe not exactly follow the recipe la...but it sure taste good. Sweet.

Said this recipe is for keeps wor.


56 comments:

  1. It looks very good, your mom is most accommodating! Hey, you are so totally cute in the glasses!!

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  2. Wat a nice colour! I'm like mamarazzi too.. But use watever in the fridge.. Apa yang ada.. Oohhh usually yok zhok I use to boil soup only.. I also always have goji berries in the fridge.. Oohhh and minced meat too... This recipe looks simple.. I think can do..

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    1. Hope over to Elin's blog.here recipe is good also

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  3. I think I'll have brinjal today too, just steam and ulam with sambal belacan.

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    1. yummy is with Sambal belacan. J cant eat spicy so have to be plain

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  4. You so good boy to eat these 2 things happily. When I was a little boy like you, whenever my mama cooked these and forced me to eat, I will eat it with 2 rows of tears falling down my face XD

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  5. Ah, the loofa recipe looks good. Will try it next time. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Welcome Kcantares. For the exact recipe, head over top Elin's blog

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  6. OK, if Mamarazzi said good, then I also want to try it :)

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    1. do....but but....follow Elin's recipe ok...not Mamarazzi's punya...

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  7. I just love Mamarazzi in the kitchen!! forever very creative and experimental improvising with whatever she can find around her, and hence there output many new dishes.. :)

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    1. hahaha pakai hentam lo...wanna eat punya pasal...coz see her ingredient can already imagine the delicious taste

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  8. okay woh, minced brinjal something like YTF but cook it a different style, nice also mah.. of course can try with different types of "gua" also.. luffa, zucchini would be nice also hor I think.. ;p

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    1. yup. yup...elin's recipe was using Luffa

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  9. wah Mamarazzi cooked so many things that day?? must be because all were easy to cook, prepare the things then just pop into the steamer and oven, then wait for them to cooked only.. but Paparazzi and Snsll Kucing ate pizza and ditch Mamsrazzi alone trying her "new creation"?? so not give face :D

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  10. Oh oh getting ideas now. Must try the brinjal with yuk choy one. TQ for sharing!

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    1. welcomed...but if use luffa will be sweeter

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  11. Brinjal n luffa gourd, no thank you, not to my liking...

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    1. eh why you no thank me? I didnt offer to you ....LOL...Joking ....but really some may not like brinjal and luffa.

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  12. I'm loving both the dishes. Must try the first first; brinjal dish is really tempting.

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    1. Do hope over to Elin blog for the proper recipe ya

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  13. wah! Mamarazzi cooking up a storm

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  14. Bookmark it for me too.. next time when retire, I will cook for my kids... *hope no hearsay only* hahahaa...

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    1. muhahaha,,,,, to show them you "love" them is it?

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  15. Great! I saw some people fried egg inside the gourd like that. Can try leh.. 😘

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    1. Hmmmm.....good idea...next time try your way

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  16. For the last dish right, my mom did it before but using tomato as the base instead!! =]

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    1. hmm....good idea. Next time will try using tomato

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  17. i think i need 2 bowl of rice

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  18. I like both mamarazzi's luffa and brinjal dish. So tasty! Mamarazzi is such a good mother to.make another dish for you - pizza! When you asked for it. Clap.clap clap for mamarazzi.

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  19. The steamed luffa looks delicious! 'cheng cheng tam tam', I like!

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  20. This look very interesting but I'm still not sure what a luffa gourd is. I'm sure my better half would know though, I'll ask her.

    I like brinjals too, it's my favorite vegetable coz it doesn't taste like vegetables at all - very creamy.

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  21. This mamarazzi apa pun boleh hentam la! She can fry any vegies with other recipes no problem! She can make pizza with roti canai I am sure! bwahahaha

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    1. Eh how u know ah...papa did duggest use the roti canai dough for puzza wor

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  22. Luffa gourd is so common but Huai Bin doesn't know? Tsk tsk! Maybe he eats only Michelin chef's cooking where no luffa is used...

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    1. Maybe he knows it by other names coz this gourd also known as angle gourd, sing gua and etc

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  23. Looking at the 2 photos I think the luffa gourd tasted better with the sambal on top as the bitterness will bring out the taste better. Brinjal looked so messy lah. Wakakaka

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    1. Sambal????? Belum try wor.

      Of course messy la..not professional leh. Masuk perut come out will be more messy leh :p

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  24. Never cook the luffa gourd before:P
    BTW, did you put any sauce before steaming the brinja/gourd?

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    1. nope...tarak sauce...just taruk pinch of salt

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  25. You are always showing me foods that I have never tried.... probably won't ever get to try most of them.

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    1. can still try cooking this over there

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