Saturday, September 7, 2013

Petai Berlada (Chilli Petai)

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Dear Readers,

Alhamdulillah we meet again here. In this outing I am cooking a very simple dish called Petai Berlada (Chilli Petai). What inspired me to cook this dish. A blogger friend who recently wrote about Petai mentioned my name ..cough cough. Read more about it at Aku Sedang Bermimpi by Man Kucai. He wanted his readers to get the petai recipe from yours truly. So here we are. This dish is very quick to cook and quite delicious for the Petai fans. If you don't like or couldn't get hold of petai then you can just cook the shrimps without them :)

Enjoy the video.



Here's the recipe:


Petai Berlada (Chilli Petai)
Ingredients:

1 cup petai (only the seeds)
600 gm prawns (shelled and clean. Marinate with tumeric and salt for few minutes)

Boil and pound coarsely the followings:
10 fresh red chillies
10 fresh green chillies
10 fresh green thai chillies

1 big onion (cut into rings)
4 cloves garlic (slice thinly)
1 in ginger (slice thinly)
2 lemon grass (bruised)
juice from 3 lime
1/2 cup nampla or fish sauce
or salt alternatively
1/2 cup oil

Method:

1) Heat the oil and fry the prawns for a minute or so.
2) Add the garlic,ginger,onions and petai. Stir for few minutes.
3) Add the chillies. Stir and put in the fish sauce,lime juice and tomatoes.
4) After stirring for few minutes add in the coriander leaves and spring onions.
5) Give a last stir and serve.
6) Bon appetit :)

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KITCHEN TABLE TALK

Cooking is like falling in love. You have to go all the way or not at all. Its not only an art but it is also a science. We must not only know what ingredients to use but we must also know the chemical reactions therein. Knowing all these will give us the confidence to cook anything. Assuming we have a piece of meat that is not lean and would not be so tender when cooked. What do we do? Use some pineapple to marinate the meat and the meat will be tender. Why pineapple?..it has high acid content (perhaps malic and/or citric) which will tenderised the meat.

Till we meet again take care of yourself.


Salam
Umi



p.s. for Man Kucai here's a song for you,my appreciation for mentioning my blog.




source:
(pix from umidishes collection)
video :
http://www.youtube.com/user/Adeputera

22 comments:

  1. salam..
    amboi sportingnya you..
    melompat la suka si Man kucai
    nanti..he he
    nampak sedap petai berlada ni
    nak cuba juga nanti..terima kasih
    berkongsi resepi

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  2. @zulkbo
    Terima kasih sdr zul sudi lawat blog umi. Cubalah masak..senang dan yes sedap.

    Hahaha Man Kucai lepas ni nak mintak resipi apa lagi agaknya :)

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  3. Bukan melompat lagi tersengih jer ni!

    Kak Umi~Wah baru semalam citer petai hari ni dah ada resepinya...terima kasih byk2..susah2 jer gi pasar cari petai tu..apa-apa pun resepi mmg kelass..berlainan dari biasa...err lagu tu..best sangat!!!!Kalau tajuk Man Kuchai lagi best wuhaaa...(kuchai boh dalam cekodok sedap try la)..he3..tqtqtqtqtq...5 bintang untuk resepi petai tu!satu dunia tgk tu....

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  4. @Man Kucai
    Terima kasih sudi singgah blog Umi.Tak susah pun..dah ada kat rumah ..try to cook this ya..memang sedap.
    mm..ya I believe you..kucai masak apa pun sedap :)
    Thank you for the compliments.Take care sahabat.

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  5. Hi Umi,
    It's good to know that you are cooking again.
    Aaaah Petai Balada .... makes me hungry, but now its late here. I'll go to a Padang resto for lunch tomorrow.

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  6. Waawww... Petei nih Umi...hahaha...
    This one even could make unpleasant mouth odor, and often make a sore throat but I love it.
    Will surely try this recipe Umi. but must looking for the petei first...hehe..
    thx dear

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  7. @H.Nizam

    Hey Harry,good to see you here. Wow a Padang Resto eh..I follow can? hehehe

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  8. @Nensa Moon
    Hahaha ..ya Petai..pretty stinky ya..but so good.But not to worry..try this tip..munch some raw rice after eating a petai dish.InsyaAllah the smell will diminish.
    Thank you for visiting and leaving a comment dear.

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  9. Wow!! another yummy recipe. Thanks again for sharing.
    Between how is your dad now?
    Take Care. :)

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  10. @collin
    Hi collin,
    Youre welcome.My dad is stable and getting better .Thank you for asking.You too take care collin :)

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  11. wahh..sambal petai udang (or udang with petai? hehe) nampak sedap thou if I masak that probably bubuh sikit je petai tu ~ tak berapa makan sangat..

    but tq 4 d tips on how to hilangkan bau petai, n d pineapple tip too..

    :-)

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  12. @Cheqna

    Ya petai is an acquired taste. You can replace petai with cauliflower or Brussels sprouts. Thank you for taking the time to be here ^_^

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  13. @Zauzeti
    Thank you for visiting me and leaving a comment my friend :)

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  14. Petai ni agaknya banyak boleh diolah dalam masakan agaknya, sambal petai biasa, petai berlada umi ni nampak menarik sangat, suka pasal tengok petainya tu tak lecur sangat, masih rangup lagi. Sayasuka macam tu, kalau dah layur sangat, hilang ranggupnya, rasa petainya tu pun kurang. Best umi resepi ni, menyelerakan. boleh bagi 5 star ni.

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  15. Petai Fan is here! I have never seen a petai dish yg sgt membuat saya terliur macam ni..with all the chillies and tomatoes..your dish looks really delicious. Drooling ni.. Usually my sambal petai yg biasa je and I never put lemon grass and ginger. I've got to try this recipe, Umi. Both my chidren love petai so much dari kecik lagi..

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  16. @PepSaya
    Hi rad. Terima kasih sudi lawat umi disini. Ya petai kalau terlalu lama dimasak akan hilang rangupnya..tak best kan. Cubalah masak..pasti umph :)

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  17. @TK
    welcome welcome petai fans LOL. Do try this dish my dear.You wont regret it. Non petai fans pun pasti tertawan. It is special enough for family even guests. I do hope your children will like this dish. A friend from Perlis taught me this dish.It has Thai influence.Thank you for visiting me dear.

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  18. i luv brussels sprout~rebus n cicah tomato sauce, but difficult to get here n bit expensive..hehe..

    wah, ps and TK minat petai ye..

    :-)

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  19. @Cheqna
    Ya its not easy to get and pricey. Its a versatile vege and so much fun to cook though.

    Ya ps ngan TK should form a Petai Club..I will sign up too hahaha

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  20. wow , I shared on my blog , looks delicious...

    Greetings from Portugal...

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  21. @AjB
    Hello AjB ..welcome to my blog.Thank you for dropping by.Appreciate you sharing this on your blog. Greetings from Malaysia.
    Do drop in again.Take care.

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