Wednesday, October 25, 2006

SAMBAL WINGED BEAN


The only difficult about this dish is frying the dried shrimp paste, and not getting it burnt. The Wing Beans can be eaten raw if you prefer.


INGREDIENTS


150 gm. Winged Beans
2 Red Chilli

20 gm.Dried Shrimps
2 Cloves Garlic (thinly sliced)
Sunflower/Soy Bean Oil
Sugar & Salt


METHOD
  1. Snap off both ends of the beans. Cut in half vertically. Set aside.
  2. Blend all the ingredients except sugar and salt.
  3. Add 6 tbsp. of oil to the pot and fry the blended ingredients over low fire. Add more oil if necessary.
  4. Add sugar and salt to taste. Fry until it's amber in color.
  5. In a wok, add enough oil to cover the beans. When the oil is hot, oil-blanch the beans for about 10 seconds or so. Soak off excess oil with paper towel. Finally topped the sambal on the beans and serve.



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