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Salam, Kia Ora,
I would like to thank all the visitors, whom are willing to spare some of your precious time to visit and read my blog. Before I started blogging, I always have this thinking that no one will visit a newbie's blog. There seems to be a million blogs that are established out there....Alhamdullilah, thank God ;) Suddenly, I remember the show 'Ugly Betty'....One day, Betty decided to start blogging. Only after a long period of time, then she received one reader and that reader was her boss, Daniel...hehehez :D
I made an easy lunch cum dinner for me and Jannah today. Bought a bag of spinach for the pizza yesterday and there is still some leftover. I was quite surprise that Jannah ate the spinach :) wweeeiiiihhhhooooo. Jannah is a picky eater when it comes to veggie, she will only eat carrots, potatoes & cabbages.
At first she doesn't want it....keeps on saying "yucksie yuksie Jannah tak nak sayur lah." She changed her mind and ate it after I said, "sedapnya sayur colour hijau, sama macam Ben10 kan. Kalau Jannah makan sayur hijau, Jannah sama macam Ben10 ok." Yikkkesss, after that sentence she ate it without any whinging....pheewww my plan works :D For my non Malay readers, please use the google translator gadget....hehehez
Spinach and Prawn Soup
- 2 cloves garlic
- 1 shallot or half a medium onion
- 1/2 tbsp canola oil
- 12 fresh prawns
- 2 stalks spinach (I only use the leaves, as I wasn't sure if the stem will be fibrous)
- Enough water
- Salt & pepper to taste
- Pound garlic and shallot or u can chopped them finely.
- Heat oil in a pot and saute the garlic and shallot till fragrant.
- Add prawns and a dash of pepper.
- Once prawns is half cooked, remove from the pot.
- Add water and let it boil.
- Add prawns again, season with salt and pepper and let soup boil.
- Turn fire off and add spinach.
- Abt 10-12 green chillies or u can use birds eye chillies or red chillies. Just have more green chillies than red so that the sambal colour will be darker.
- 1 clove garlic
- 2 shallots or 1 medium onion
- 3 tsp toasted shrimp paste (belacan)
- 1 tbsp canola oil
- Salt if required
- Slice chillies into half, length wise. (To avoid 'explosion' while frying them :D)
- Slice garlic and shallots.
- Heat oil in pan and fry all the above ingredient until they are soft and caramelised.
- Pound all the ingredients with a mortar and pestle or u can use a blender. Don't forget to add the belacan and anchovies or fried fish. Do not over pound or over blend.
- Season with salt if required.
Hb is not into our kinda food. He requested something simple for dinner. American hot dogs with spicy seasoned chips :) I'm sure the rice, soup & sambal look more tantalising and mouth watering....hehehez :D
Hope everyone had great time today.
Me Te Aroha...With Love,