Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Pickled Green Chillies /Chili Hijau Jeruk / 腌青辣椒


I bet everyone know well about this pickled green chillies, especially one item that can not missed if you take wanton noodles...

 
 


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try to use better quality of naturally brewed of rice vinegar
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This pickled green chillies is quick, you can start to enjoy it after 2 hours.
This is the comparison after 1 hour, the colour started to change 

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I was enjoyed this crunchy pickled green chilies with a special food from Anson Perak (安順). I guess you know what I am referring to right? ^_^
This recipe just nice to fit a recycle of  Tauchu (fermented soy beans paste) glass jar.


Pickled Green Chillies /Chili Hijau Jeruk / 腌青辣椒
(recipe source: method from Dapur tanpa Sempadan, recipe by Sonia aka Nasi Lemak Lover)

200g green chillies, wash and drained, cut into 3mm slices
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1/2cup (100g) caster sugar
1/2tsp fine salt

 Method

  1. Pour hot water (from Thermo tumbler) over the sliced chillies, stand for 20seconds, drained well on a colander.
  2. Dissolve sugar and salt with vinegar. Places cut chillies in a clean and dry glass jar.
  3. Pour vinegar mixture into jar to pickle the chillies. The chillies will be ready after 2 hours.

37 comments:

Mich PieceofCake said...

Wow only 2 hours! I need to try making this.

cquek said...

2 hours , i need to try too

Jozelyn Ng said...

I want to eat with wan ton mee as well :)

Angie Schneider said...

A quick and very appetizing pickle!

Phong Hong said...

Sonia, I love pickled green chillies! Everytime at the restaurant always ask for refill until so shy hee..hee..

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I hardlu take this type, I prefer the chilli sauce, hehe...

Small Kucing said...

Hey there is a type of green chili from Thailand, found in trengganu and kelantan which is very spicy. When made into pickle and eat with noodles/mihun it's totally bombastic. Not cili padi. Much nicer than those green chili which we have here. Those were light green in colour.

Baby Sumo said...

I always have a jar of this pickled green chilli in the fridge. Easy to make from scratch. Taste so good with noodles ;)

Li Shuan said...

Thanks for sharing this...now inspired me to cook wanton mee already...after sick for a week, my appetite slowly recover...see everything also want to eat...haha

xing hui said...

Sonia, u know, my hubby love this very much, everytime we go out for our gan lao mee, we must have this. thanks for your sharing and i have to try this.

Little blue said...

Very difficult to get green chilli here~ always see the red colour~

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

看到青辣椒
就想到要用来煎蛋
超好吃:)

Mel said...

You won't believe if I tell you this.....my other half like to make this too....the same like you did....ha!

May Law said...

青辣椒我喜欢, 用来配云吞面好赞!

Amy Cheong, Desirablerecipes said...

My favourite.....please post some to me.

ICook4Fun said...

I always make a huge jar of it as we eat it with everything. My hubby even put it in his sandwich ;)

ivy sew http://simplybeautifulhealthyliving.blogspot.com said...

Love this pickled green chilies :)

Little Ghost said...

谢谢分享,学习了.:)

Little Corner of Mine said...

Love it! So good with wonton noodle!

mui mui said...

Hi Ah Chi,
We hardy sees green pickled chili here.
Now with your recipe I can DIY my own:D
mui

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Just craving for the chili pickles after looking at your amazing post. Kudos to you Sonia.
Deepa

joceline lyn said...

Sonia, 快快来一碗云吞面。 哈哈哈 ~ Sedap nya。

Tze @ Awayofmind said...

Sonia, thanks for this recipe! I love to eat wanton mee with green chilli too!

Sem said...

Yeah, love to eat this with Teluk Intan famous Chee Cheong Fun.
Not seen this brand of rice vinegar before, from supermarket?

Jasline @ Foodie Baker said...

I think my mom will love this recipe, she's a huge green chilli lover!

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Sem, you can get it at Tesco

Esther Lau said...

Oh!Yummy!!!Wish i can have chee cheong fun or wanton mee right now!!!

Jessie-CookingMoments said...

Sonia, agree agree. Even the wonton mee that I bought from here also serves with this pickled green chillies. And I must say my hometown, Teluk Intan's famous chee cheong fun too, it's a must to eat with the pickled chilli. I love the 1st shot very much, so green, so natural! I made wonton mee the other day but didn't have the sight of the pickle chilli, oops!

Angie Ng said...

哇!看到青辣椒就想吃云吞面了,呵呵呵!

hasegawa maya said...

oh my god, it makes me wanna eat.
by the way, the pictures are so good to look at~

Nadji said...

C'est trop piquant pour moi mais j'ai très envie d'essayer.
A bientôt

Anne Regalado said...

Most wonton shops here don't serve this kind of condiment :P Very appetizing and easy to prepare as well !

Mary Callan said...

A delicious pickle! so glad to have found your beautiful blog and very happy to follow you :)
Mary x

Nami | Just One Cookbook said...

I can totally see my husband gets excited over these pickled green chilies! I once tried to cut chlies with bare hands and they got swallowed from allergy. I had no idea but maybe that's why my stomach cannot tolerate much spice... I just remember the incident when I saw green chilie picture here. :D

Shu Han said...

oh my god i super love these pickled green chillies with hor fun, or fried rice. practically addivtive. I always put extra ! can't believe I missed this post earlier- brilliant Sonia!

Amelia said...

Ho Sonia, love this green chillies, very appetizing to go with noodle or char kwey tiaw. Nice click.

Echo's Kitchen -- A Taste of Memories said...

I definitely have to make this!

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