Tuesday, July 06, 2010
Lontong & Sayur Lodeh
Frankly, since I started blogging, most of the dishes and menu that I dont get to do during my working years I managed to do, especially simple dishes like this which I cant even cooked before!!!..bayangkanlah tu....
betapa lah punya kekurangan skill kan..hehe..maklumlah dulukan career woman!!..Aaaapuih!! heheheh
Ramai juga career women tapi dia orang pandai jugak masakkan..entahlah, dulu2 kan tinggal dengan mak, kira manjalah ni..hehe....tahu balik rumah dah siap tinggal makan aje...but since my mum sekarang dah tak berapa 'active' di dapur I took overlah..nasib baik dah berhenti kerja, my mum cakap..kalau tak makan ajelah apa yang dia masak..heheh..
1 small cabbage sliced
5-6 long beans sliced diagonally
1 small yam bean sliced like a match stick
some dried soy bean sticks soften
2 hard bean curd cut in quarters and fried- put aside
2 bay leaves
2 red chillies sliced
1 turmeric leaf sliced and tie a knot
1 tbsp coriander powder
2 litre coconut milk which has been mixed with water
3 candle nut
2 inches fresh turmeric root
1 cm ginger
5 cloves garlic
1 big onion
10 dried chili soaked
a handful of dried shrimps soften
Heat oil in pan.saute *blended ingredients till fragrant and add in coriander powder and all the vegetables except the fried bean curd. After that add in the coconut milk, fried bean curd, bay leaves and turmeric leaf. Let it boil for a while and keep on stirring so as the coconut milk wont be curdle. Add in salt, MSG and a bit of sugar.Ready to be serve together with Lontong.
Sources:-From rossya bakes fotopages