June 27, 2010

Udang Masak Lemak Cili Api

Haven’t been cooking for a while, and walking along the fresh food aisle, I think I over shopped again when I came back with pork, chicken, fish, prawns and some greens. So a quick clean up and repack before going into the freezer while I put together the ingredients for masak lemak cili api.


So I have:

2 stalks of lemongrass – bruised

5cm cube of ginger, 2cm cube of turmeric, 1 onion, 4 cloves of garlic, 6pcs of bird’s eye chilies – pounded into paste

300gms of medium sized prawns,

3pcs of kaffir line leaves, 1pc of assam keping

100gm of coconut milk

Tumis or saute the paste and the lemon grass for about 5 minutes with medium heat. The lovely gingerly scent is refreshing along with the golden ray from the turmeric. Add the coconut milk and stir it well and let it simmer. Depending on the consistency, and feel free to adjust it by adding some water. Add in the assam keping, kaffir lime leaves and the prawns. A few dashes of nampla sauce then salt and pepper to taste. Pop in more chilies if you love it hotter.

Pretty simple isn’t it.



ciki said...

eh! u change to blogspot ar? good good.. last time so hard to leave a comment on ur blog! anyway great to see u too.. nice new site:)

qwazymonkey said...

looks nice. Guess what? I just learned how to cook this dish couple of weeks ago.

Heard you've had a good time with the rest of the gang at Hot cans eh? Hope to see ya around at another event.

Chaokar said...

ciki: erm. it has been blogspot all this while. hehe.

monky: oh?! simple to make right? Yah, i got that email frm moongoose too, and it's nice to finally see the faces of the people that I
've been reading. Yah, hope to see you around soon.

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

i like all ingredients in this prawn this, bookmark it, will try soon.

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

tell me about it when it comes to overshopping, love to just pack everything into the trolley and go home scratching my head as to what i will do with it..

J said...

Simple ingredients and steps, but I'm sure you need some good "kung fu" to make it taste great. :)

Chaokar said...

sonia: pretty simple to try out.

joe: yah, i think we're grocery-shopohalic.

J: it is. oh i just remembered that i forgot to mention, to add in some belachan.

J said...

Horrr.. You didnt tell everyone the important secret ingredient! :P

babe_kl said...

eh, you dun need to attend Rohani's class already!!!! so clever oredi no need hehehe

Chaokar said...

J: i terlupaaaaaaaa.......

babe_kl: no i wanna go! i've never attended a formal lesson before, must go !