November 09, 2012

Kerabu Pelam ~ 芒果沙拉


Another exciting month of Malaysia Food Feast(MFF). After the previous Terengganu month have ended here comes the Kedah and Perlis month host by Wendy of Table for 2 or...more
I am like chasing after a  Korean/Japan drama episodes but this is MFF episodes. I am starting to appreciate more and more authentic Malaysian food from MFF. I am going to share a dish from Kedah. This is a dish i learn from Phong Hong Bakes, KERABU PELAM / MANGO KERABU
From what i understand kerabu means a mixture of ingredients (vegetables/ fruits/  rice/ meat etc) that mixed together with a dressing.


又来到马来西亚美食节*MFF)的另一个新的一个月份, 就是吉打和玻璃市.
这次的主持人是Wendy. 我很喜欢这MFF, 我在MFF认识到很多很道地的马来西亚美食. 期待和追踪每个洲的到来, 我感觉我很像在追日/ 韩剧...哈哈
这次上的是在Phong Hong Bakes 家学来的吉打菜..芒果沙拉

是一道非常美味的开胃菜, 酸酸,带点甜,咸,辣和香, 口感脆和爽口...太棒了!!

I do agreed with Phong Hong adding the anchovy fillet really taste so awesome. I also like the plum sauce that she added it gives the tangy with a hint of sweetness in the kerabu.




Kerabu Pelam/Mango Kerabu
recipe source: Phong Hong Bakes
Ingredients:
Salad:
1 young mango, shredded
6 cherry tomato ~ (i used 1 medium tomato and cube it)
2 shallots, finely sliced
2 cili padi, finely sliced ~ (i used 1 normal chilly)
1 tablespooon dried prawns, soaked and drained

Dressing:

  • Juice from 2 limes (limau nipis)
  • 1 tablespoon fish sauce
  • 1 anchovy fillet cut into small piece (optional)
  • 1/2 tablespoon plum sauce
Garnish:
  • Crushed peanuts to garnish
To do:
  • Rinse and drain the saked prawns and fry until brown and crispy. set aside. (i rinse and drain the soaked dried prawns, added a few drops of oil and place in a mircowave oven proof bowl, cover with kitchen towel and mircowave on high for 1-2 minutes.)
  • In a bowl mix lime juice, fish sauce, anchovy fillet and plum sauce. Add a few slice of shallots to the dressing and set aside.
  • Place shredded mango, cube tomato, shallots, chilly and dried prawns in a mixing bowl.
  • Add dressing mix evenly.
  • Garnish with crushed peanuts and servre immediately.                                                            

~Nice and yummy Mango Kerabu is Done!!
I am submitting this post to Malaysia Food Feast, Kedah and Perlis month hosted by WendyinKK of Table for 2 ... or More.

33 comments:

  1. Oh, this looks very appetizing, right? Seems like I got to try this too.

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    1. Mel,
      Yes, must try this out.
      You will love it!
      Have a lovely weekend~

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  2. whenever I see those Thai stall selling this, I sure pack home and eat all by myself.. no sharing allowed.. LOL!

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    1. Cynful,
      Oh! Yes, this is really delicious!

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  3. Love this salad, so refreshingly delicious!

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    1. Mich,
      This is very appetizing too!

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  4. Hi Mui Mui, your salad look so mouth watering. Very appetizing!!

    Have a nice week ahead.

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    1. Hi Amelia,
      Thanks for the good words.

      Have a lovely weekend~

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  5. Mui Mui, thumbs up! Very nice kerabu from you, quick send one bowl over, extra dried prawns :)

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    1. Phong Hong,
      Thanks so much for your recipe. I love this very much.
      A bowl of kerabu pelam with lots of dried prawn sending over by post laju..:D

      Have a lovely weekend~

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  6. i just eating same kerabu from Phong Hong house, so too full to eating yours, next time lar, hehehe..

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    1. Sonia,
      No worries! will make some for you the next time you come..:D

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  7. Looks good.
    I think shredding using knife or peeler will produce drier mango shreds.

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    1. Hi Wendy,
      Thanks for compliments.
      Yes, i do thought of shredding using a knife or peeler the next time. Grating does put lot of pressure toward the poor mango and it becomes watery..:p

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  8. i plan to make this mouthwatering dish too, yum!

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    1. Alice,
      This is yum..go on do it..:D

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    1. Edith,
      Thanks!
      Have a lovely weekend:)

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  10. 我很喜欢吃这个呢,改天我也试试看,谢谢你的分享 :)

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    1. Cass,
      谢谢你喜欢 :)
      这道沙拉..好好吃!
      你一定要试试噢!
      祝你有个愉快的周末 :D

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  11. This is just yummy....my favourite dish whenever I dine at Nyonya food restaurant. Thanks for sharing!

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  12. yummy yummy! looks appetizing!

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    1. Stephanie,
      Yes, this is yum.
      If you can get mango in London try this out.
      YOu will love it..^^

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    2. Yes, need to get mango..can we use ripe mango?

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  13. Your kerabu looks so appetizing! I could easily finish the whole plate!

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    1. Joyce,
      Come help yourself ..lol

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  14. This salad looks very appetizing. I must try this at home :)

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    1. Ann,
      I am looking forward to see this in your blog..heehee
      Have a great weekend ahead..^^

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  15. Agree with Ann,this looks appetizing! You are so loyal to MFF & I also get benefits from reading the posts that you girls have shared so far,go go girls!

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    1. Jess,
      Thanks for compliments~
      I like MFF, i learn a lot of cooking method and skill from this event.
      mui..^^

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  16. when i first saw it in phong hong's blog, i also think the anchovy is kind of special. Good to know that you're enjoying leaning and cooking for MFF!

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  17. Lena,yes the anchovy are so tasty. I have this anchovy on hand (given by a friend) so it so good I use it for my Kerabu:)
    Yes love MMF event very much.

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