Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Ayam Paprik- Kaffir Lime Leaf Mixed Vegetables


I like to eat this Malay style of mixed vegetables when I taking meal in Malay stall, especially the kaffir lime leaf aroma. I couldn't recall the actual name in Malay, don't know what "Ayam xxx", if you know, please tell me.
Latest update- I just knew the actual name in Malay from Pete, "Ayam Paprik"...









Simple recipe to share:-

chicken meat, cut into cube
cauliflower
Long bean
carrot
Big onion
Celery
young corn
Kaffir lime leaves
garlic-chopped
Seasoning- oyster sauce, chili sauce, tomato sauce, salt, sugar.


Steps:
1. Heat oil in a wok, saute chopped garlic, add in chicken meat and kaffir lime leaves, stir fry till meat turned white.
2. Add in cauliflower, carrot, onion and long bean, mix well.
3. Add some water and cook for few minutes, mix in the seasoning.
4. Dish out and serve hot.
** You may add in other types of veggie e.g brocolli, capsicum & etc according to your preference..


Do enjoy Cooking !!!

27 comments:

Colin Woon said...

I'm finally #1?!! Really?

Colin Woon said...

Looks spicy...*sweating*

Great photos! I like how you get close to the subject!

Colin Woon said...

#1 #2 #3...wow! Not easy to be early especially when you have so many fans these days!

苏联妈妈 said...

i reali admired u..beside baking, u can cooked veri well too...

Sonia said...

Colin, hahaha, you are my no 1 supporter..But my current camera couldn't get a sharp photo when put too close..looking forward to my new camera, you know..Where is my another loyal supporter Mia, still sleeping zzzz..

Sulianmummy, yes, I love cooking and recently also found interesting in baking as well.

My Little Things Corner said...

Look delicious! I like it...nasi mari

Pete said...

Yum yum, this looks like Ayam Paprik to me, my favourite also!

A Full-Timed Housefly said...

Wow , so delicious to eat with rice ... thanks for sharing !

Sonia said...

My little things corner,ya, this is best to eat with a bowl of rice.

Pete, Thanks for dropped by, and informed the actual Malay name.

A Full-time housefly, you are welcome.

Jane Chew said...

Sonia, sedapnya... must go to visit u when i'm back home so that u can cook all ur yummy food for me. And of couse when u are in Perth, i will definitely welcome u.

Anncoo said...

I love curry vegetable and yours...definitely one in my to do list.

Pete said...

Sonia, thks for dropping by my blog too. Added your link to my blogroll. Cheers!

HS Kitchen And Hobby said...

Looks so yummy. Must cook this after my 9 days vegetarian fasting.

Sonia said...

Jane, sure, let me know when you return home.

Anncoo, yes, you should try this.

Pete, Happy blogging..

HS Kitchen and Hobby, actually good to have vegetarian fasting, I do only once in a year, 1st day of CNY only..

Palidor said...

That looks wonderful, especially the sauce.

温馨小屋 said...

好吃好吃!我也想吃啦!你的部落真的人山人海,排队都不知道吃得到吗?哈哈!!

米亚 said...

yesss! Spicy dishes are GREAT with rice!!! I enjoy the sweat! your scones looking great too sonia!!! very professional!

petite nyonya said...

Oh my goodness! I love ayam paprik with rice! I ate this A LOT during my campus days in M'sia and I just only ate it at a Malay stall here in S'pore 2 weeks back. Thanks for the recipe, I would love to try this at home!! Your paprik looks REALLY delicious!

The Little Teochew said...

Kaffir lime leaves are fantastic. Great job!

Bakeling said...

This is a healthy dish !

Is this Malay type of fried mixed vegetable ? ( 马来炒杂菜)But the most special about this dish is the taste of the the kaffir lime leaves .

smarthousewife said...

什錦蔬菜總匯,很豐盛的菜餚。

Little Corner of Mine said...

Lovely! I like this type of mixed veggies too.

cherry potato said...

哎哟,你总是煮这些让我流口水的食物!

Sonia said...

Hi all, Thanks for your lovely words.

Felvinc, who ask you always late to my house, hehehe..

Jys said...

oo, i love ayam paprik... sometimes will cook paprik at home too. hehe...it's slightly different than urs lar.. hehe..

Nancymommy said...

看来我来迟了...早被抢光咯...哈哈!

Nat said...

I love the flavor of Kafir Lime leaves... this is such a beautiful and colorful dish... I would eat it just like that...no rice or anything... its just wonderful and makes vege's so appealing.

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