Monday, March 14, 2011

Stir Fry Kangkong In Belachan With Quail Eggs & Fried Tempeh

Weekend is the time for simple dish - easy and fast to prepare :)
These dishes are simple yet can make me finish one big bowl of steamed rice *grin*

What you need:

3 cloves of garlic - crushed
3 shallots, thinly cut
2 big red chillies - discard seeds, cut
10 cooked quail eggs - boil for 15mins approx
2 bunches of kangkong - cut
1 tbsp crushed salted soya beans
1 tsp fried belachan
salt, pepper, sugar to taste
a little oil and water

Heat up oil, stir fry garlic and shallots til fragrant
Add in chillies - mix well
Add in salted soya beans, belachan - mix well
Add in kangkong, quickly mix well, add in a little water 
Add in salt, pepper, sugar - mix and adjust the taste accordingly
Stir in quail eggs - off heat
Serve hot

I cooked this dish together with fried tempeh - the simple method, just cut, dip in water and coat with the flour mix I can't live without if I have no mood to cook:

Simply deep fry them! It's crisp in the outside and soft in the inside

This coating mix originally from Indonesia is really tasty, goes perfect with almost anything, chicken, prawns, tempeh, tofu, fish fillet - I always have this on standby when my cooking mood is almost at ground zero :)
Another Ian's fave!



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