THE YUMMY -MELLOW KITCHEN

Every bite will be very special and intended to remind us of the yummy-mellow things in our life.

ogyep's yummy-mellow cakes are made to order homemade cooks. So, no two are alike but all of them are bake from only the HALAL and highest quality ingredients.

So, indulge yourself in this ogyep's yummy-mellow garden kitchen. It will definitely yummy you and yet mellowing others...

THOSE WHO R BZZZ IN D KITCHEN & THOSE WHO LIKE TO PEEP

Friday, 4 May 2012

VILLAGE STYLE MENU / MENU KAMPUNG

KERABU PUCUK PAKU & ASAM PEDAS AYAM

BW to DAPUR TANPA SEMPADAN yesterday & craving for CMG's heritage menu.. 
Therefore, I have set my mind, I shall go for Malay heritage menu today.
Fortunately, this morning, I managed to score some lovely wild fern shoots / pucuk paku from d Acheh's Store @ USJ8. 
So, here u r.. d incredibly delicious appetizer for d day.. 
WILD FERN SHOOTS SALAD.
  By right, the salad is best mixed with cockles.. but, d cockles were omitted this time around since those in the store were not so fresh. I substituted cockles with dried shrimps.
WILD FERN SHOOTS SALAD RECIPE / 
KERABU PUCUK PAKU RESEPI
Ingredients :
400g wild fern shoots / pucuk paku
100g bean sprouts
20g dreid shrimps
1/4 cup freshly grated coconut
2 - 3 tbsp coconut milk (optional)
1 shallot - pounded
5 bird's eye chillies - pounded
2 tbsp fresh lime juice
2 tsp sugar
1/2 tsp salt
Method :
1. Snap the shoots of the wild fern. Blanch the fern shoots in boiling salted water for 1-2 minutes. Remove the fern shoots from heat and dip into cold water. Drain well and set aside.
2. Blanch d bean sprouts as well. Drain and set aside.
3. Soak dried shrimps. Drain and set aside. 
4. Toast the grated coconut in a pan over low heat, stirring occasionally until crisp, aromatic and golden brown; about 20 minutes.
5. Grind finely d dried shrimps, shallot & chillies in a mortar and pestle.
6. Mix well all ingredients. Season with the coconut milk. Add lime juice, salt & sugar to taste.

SOUR & SPICY CHICKEN STEW / ASAM PEDAS AYAM
As I m craving for Malay heritage menu, here comes d second dish of d day..
Asam pedas is a dish that is very synonymous with Malacca, Malaysia.  Asam pedas literally is  hot/spicy and sour and is basically a stew of fish or beef in a light gravy.  
Ingredients:
Half bird of chicken - cut into 12 pcs
40--50 ml cooking oil
A - Finely ground:
15-20 dried chilli - soak in hot water and cut into 3cm lengths
6 shallots big
3 garlics

1" ginger

1 tsp black pepper
1 tbs  shrimp paste / belacan
B
3 stalks lemon grass - slightly bruised
3 stalks polygonum leaves / daun kesom
1 tbs tamarind paste - mixed with 500ml water
Salt & sugar to taste
Method:
1. Using an electric blender, finely grind the A.
2. In a pot, heat oil over medium heat, sauté ground spice paste until fragrant, stir occasionally.
3. Add in ingredients B.
4. Add in d chickens. 
5. Simmer over low heat for 15 -20 minutes or until d chicken is cooked.

6. Salt & sugar to taste.



Bon appetite everybody..
Have a nice Friday.

14 comments:

  1. sedapnye tgk asam pedas ayam tu...kuahnya pon merah myala tu...myelerakan...

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    1. Merah menyala, pedassssss... baru ada kick..

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  2. asam pedas ..aduuss sedapp..kita nk hirup kuah tue:)

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    1. boleh aje.... tapi, pedasssss.... (ogyep tumis terlebih minyak lah... a bit oily)

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  3. Ogyep,fav akak asam pedas dan kerabu tu tapi kalau buat kerabu anak2 tak makan kita kena makan sorang2 lah jawabnya..

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    1. Samalah kita kak noor.. asam pedas is my fav... kerabu pucuk paku jugak... anak2 suka asam pedas.. tapi tak suka kerabu, my eldest girl aje yg suka... dia tekak kampung sikit, yg lain... hampehhhh

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  4. waduh kak...bikin lapar je macam ni.. mintak 2 pinggan.. =)

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    1. Jangan kan 2 pinggan... 4 mangkuk akak bagi... tapi, mangkuk aje lah ya.... hehehehehe..

      CW punya pasal, seperiuk pun ok...

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  5. wah! kerabu! memang my feveret. asam pedas pun! tapi tak pernahh buat asam pedas ayam sendiri...

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  6. merahnya makngah, sure sedap asam pedas tu

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  7. I truly love this recipe and combination of flavor

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  8. wah.. dah lama xmkn kerabu pucuk paku.. tgk kerabu teringat lak nasi kerabu.. lek kelantan nanti kena mkn puas2 lah cam nie.. hehe.. baru perasan.. blog sy ada kat link list kak ogy.. terharunya.. hehe..

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  9. sedapnya asam pedas dan kerabu pucuk paku tu...kerabu tu mmng peberet akak.....

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  10. Kerabu pucuk paku tubkegemaran LM.. Sedapppp

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