Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Steamed Chinese Sausages with Arrowhead 花开富贵(腊肠蒸芽菇)~~欢喜过马年



This is an easy dish to be prepared, simply steam the Chinese sausages and arrowhead. Since I have some free time, I tried to assemble them to look like a flower shape, Chinese said 花开富贵, good name and good dish to serve to your guest during CNY.


 
suggest to use nice and good quality of Lap Cheong (Chinese sausage)..
 
 Arrowhead or NgaKu 芽菇

Steamed Chinese Sausages with Arrowhead花开富贵(腊肠蒸芽菇) 
3 Chinese sausages (Lap Cheong), soak in hot water for 5mins, remove the outer skin, slice into thin pieces
6 Arrowhead (NgaKu), peel the skin, slice into thin pieces
1tsp light soy sauce
Method
  1. Arrange Arrowhead slices on steaming plate or tray, then followed by Chinese sausage slices.
  2. Steam on high heat for 20mins, remove from steamer, sprinkle light soy sauce on top.
  3. Serve hot with steamed white rice.
Recipe by Sonia aka Nasi Lemak Lover
 


20 comments:

Small Kucing said...

Mmm delicious :)

uiks...why got word verification geh?

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Simply delicious and mouthwatering to look at Chinese sausages. Wonderfully prepared.
Deepa

Mel said...

Such a simple dish and yet can make me go for a big bowl of rice. Love how you decorate the sausages to steam and sure to brings out one appetite too.

Gloria said...

Looks really delicious.. Beautifully presented..

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Very nicely presented...

Mich PieceofCake said...

Both of these go well together. Such a delicious combination.

Tracy Low said...

这个看到我心动了啦!
这个是不是很考刀法?

Angie Schneider said...

Love how you arrange the ingredients. The whole dish looks really appetizing and beautiful.

婉婉下午茶 Wan Wan said...

摆盘方式太美了!
谢谢分享食谱。

May Law said...

心花怒放的一道菜肴, 很美!

Juliana said...

The sausage looks delicious and I love the way you presented it...
Hope you are having a lovely week Sonia :D

Victoria Bakes said...

Looks just like a blooming lotus to me Sonia

Elaine said...

Good morning Ms Sonia
Simple food yet you make it look so tempting! "Fu Kwai Wing Wah"

Jeannie Tay said...

What a gorgeous dish! I actually have no idea how arrow roots taste like cook in this way, only ate them in their crispy form lol!

Rebecca Subbiah said...

keep meaning to look for Chinese sausage

Zoe said...

Hi Sonia,

I like your very pretty way of cooking Chinese sausages! Brilliant!

Zoe

Kimmy said...

Happy New Year Sonia, lovely dish with just 2 ingredients. How I wish my MIL will let me present this kind of dish on her food table during CNY.

Silik Lam said...

Beautiful presentation and delicious. I always wonder how can I use the arrowhead beside braise them with meat. See them in Chinatown especially around CNY. Thanks Sonia

Anne Regalado said...

I've been eyeing those fresh arrow root in the wet market since the start of the winter here but don't have any idea how to cook it :P Love your simple dish , the crunchy arrow root and the flavorful lap cheong sounds like a great combination !

Choi Yen said...

Thanks for sharing this simple recipe, very suitable for a kitchen beginner like me but not sure whether still can get arrowhead now :P

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