Rose’s Kitchen

Sayor Lodeh


Sayoh Lodeh

Ingredients:

300g long beans
300g cabbage
300g turnip
1 small chayote
1 red carrot
2 brinjals
4 pieces taukwa

2  stalks lemon grass
1 thumb-sized piece galangal

Spice Paste:
3 cloves garlic
10 shallots
5 buah keras
2.5cm ginger
2cm tumeric
50g dried prawns
50g dried anchovies
2 tsp belachan
2 tbsp chilli paste

1.5 litres water
500ml thick coconut milk
200ml evaporated milk
1/2 cup cooking oil
2 tsp salt

Method:
1.  Clean and cut vegetables into small pieces.
2.  Cut the taukwa to small triangles and deep fry till skin is a bit crispy.
3.  Blend all spice paste ingredients together and mix with the chilli paste.
4.  Heat oil in wok and fry blended spice paste till fragrant and set aside.
5.  Bring 1.5 litres water to a boil.  Add the crushed galangal, serai and all the vegetables.
6.  When vegetables are almost cooked, add the fried spice paste and mix well.
7.  Add the thick coconut milk and evaporated milk.  Season with salt according to taste.
8.  Lastly add in the fried taukwa.

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December 26, 2009 - Posted by | Vegetables, Bean Curds and Eggs

4 Comments »

  1. this is really nice, my Indo maid cooks for us and we just love it.

    Comment by ILikePaperCutting | March 1, 2010 | Reply

  2. Hi Rosie,

    I happened to drop in on the Gaylang and Joo Chiat site discussion and saw your cooking corner. I also enjoy cooking and miss all the hawker’s food stalls in Singapore.

    I remember burning blachan for my sambal in my flat in Germany when the neighbors screamed for mercy. Dead rat or dead people they would scream and how you can eat that.

    You are very kind to share your recipes. God bless you.

    Comment by Yasmin Workman | March 12, 2010 | Reply

  3. Living overseas away from my home town, Jakarta, Indonesia, I rarely cook Indonesian food but after seeing your website I’d like to try introduce this type of dishes to my kids.

    Thanks for sharing all the beatiful recipe. God bless You….

    Comment by Dini Ramsey | September 7, 2010 | Reply

  4. Living overseas away from my home town, Jakarta, Indonesia, I rarely cook Indonesian food but after seeing your website I’d like to try introducing some of these type of dishes to my kids.

    Thanks for sharing all the beatiful recipes. God bless You….

    Comment by Dini Ramsey | September 7, 2010 | Reply


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