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, 22 June 2012

ANOTHER EXOTIC & TROPICAL LUNCH

It is Durian season now.. 
Durian is native to Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei.
Everywhere, bloggers are bz with durian related posts.
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The edible flesh emits a very distinctive strong odour and penetrating. 
Some, regard d smell as fragrant.. 
Some, might found it very overpowering and even offensive..
TEMPOYAK
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TEMPOYAK refers to fermented durian flesh. It is usually made from lower quality durian or over ripen flesh which is quite unsuitable for direct consume.
Tempoyak is very Common among Malays. Just google out about tempoyak, you can find that there are varieties of recipe related to tempoyak. Shrimps in tempoyak broth is among the top.
Let us share, this native recipe of Malays in Malaysia..
SHRIMPS IN TEMPOYAK BROTH /
 GULAI TEMPOYAK UDANG
Ingredients:
1kg Shrimps
400ml cups Coconut Milk
1 cup Tempoyak
10-12 Bird eye chili
4 cm fresh turmeric
3 turmeric leaves
Salt to taste
Method:
1. Wash the prawn, de-shelled and remove its intestines.
2. Ground chili padi and fresh turmeric to fine paste.
3. Add in grounded ingredients, prawns, tempoyak and 200 of coconut milk into a pot.
4. Stir well to get the tempoyak dissolve and mix well over a low flame for 5 minutes.
5. Add in the balance of coconut milk, turmeric leaves and season with salt to taste.
6. Continue cooking until turmeric leaves are limp.
NEXT recipe...
my can't resist dish..
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PEA EGGPLANT is another exotic tropical plants grow wild in Malaysia and other tropical country. Pea eggplant is known as TERUNG PIPIT  in Bahasa Malaysia. Again, these Terung Pipit is  very popular among Malaysian
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HOT-FRIED PEA EGGPLANT WITH ANCHOVIES/
TERUNG PIPIT BILIS BERLADO
Ingredients:
 250g dried anchovies - clean, halved and remove the head

2 bunches pea eggplant / terung pipit - halved and simmer in a 1/2 cup of water
1 bar Tempeh ( fermented soy beans) - cut into cube
10 - 12 Bird eye chili
5 shallots
Salt to tate
1 cup cooking oil
Method:

1. Using a pestel, ground chili & shallots to a paste. Set aside.
2. Fry anchovies until golden brown. Set aside.
3. Fry pea eggplant half cooked. Set aside.
4. Fry d tempeh until golden brown. Set aside.
5. Using d same cooking oil, sauté  d chili paste until fragrance.
6. Add in salt to taste.
7. Add in d pre - fried ingredients. Mix well.
8. Best serves hot with white rice. 
SELAMAT MENJAMU SELERA.
Semoga resepi pada hari ini, dapat membantu anda di luar sana membuat keputusan menu anda pada hari-hari mendatang..
BON APPETITE..

31 comments:

  1. yummy !!!
    x pandai mkn terung pipit tu...tringin nak cuba...:)

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    1. Syifa,
      dulu ogyep pun x reti makan terung pipit tu... bila dah cuba, sedap pulak.. cubalah ya..

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  2. Sedapzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz kecur wehh adik cayang aiiii

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    1. Jangan kecur selalu Kak Sha... anyway, memang nak kaksi kecur pun.. hehehe

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  3. Replies
    1. Itu yang pastinya... abis tu bila masa nak berdiet.. asyik makan sedap aje...

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  4. waa... sedapnnya..
    semua masakan orang pahang tu...
    sedapnya tempoyak..

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    1. Oh ya ke... kebetulan agaknya... ogyep bukan orang Pahang.. ok lah kan, kita kan orang Malaysia..

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  5. Replies
    1. Akak suka... Adik pun suka jugak... faveret jugak tu..

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  6. Wahhh sedapnya...sungguh menyelerakan.

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  7. Replies
    1. dapat jamu mata aje nampaknya miss YUI..

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  8. eh eh .. samelah menu kita
    lemak udang ..
    akk je x makan layiee ;)

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    1. Kebetulan ya Kak ieda menu kita sama ari ni..

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  9. sambal tempoyak kegemaran ku...hiihiii...:P

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    1. WAH.. kalau cam tu x salah tempatlah singgah ari ni ya..

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  10. terung pipit tuh,,fuhh..mengancam habis..ada tempe pulak tu..feveret..tempoyak memang kurang sikit..hee

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    1. Memang mengancam terung pipit tu, pedas lagi... tak suka tempoyak ke... durian suka tak???

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  11. Today I learnt two new Malay recipes, Thanks for sharing.

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  12. seriously buat i terliur nk mkn!!! fuhhh sedapnya habis nie...
    salam kenal feel free follow me bck

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    1. Salam kenal juga Berry Mummie,

      memang saje nak kasi terliur... lepas ni, bolehlah try resepi ya..

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  13. hmmmmm sedapnye...udang tu...nyum2...tliur dibuatnye...

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    1. QH,
      dari atas sampai bawah, semua orang dok terliur... tissue ogyep dah habis dah..

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  14. tadi terpandang gak durian kt psr tani putrajaya...malas plak nk bawa durian yg berduri itu...tp bila tengok kt blog cni...aduhai terliur plak ngan sambal tempoyak..dh lama tak makan...hihi

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    1. La.. ngape tak beli... x pe, esok gi pasar, cari tempoyak lah pulak..

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  15. Assalam ogyep,
    waduh tengok udang dengan kuahnya yang sanagt tempting
    i cannot tahan leh..heheh..sedap ni..
    Happy belated birthday to your daughter..cantik cake ogyep buat tu..

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    1. Waalaikumsalam Ayu,

      memang tempting, hirup kuah pun sedap... TQ, alhamdulillah..

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  16. As salam Ogyep, nampak sedap sedp semua nyer.

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