Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Malay-Indian Night

Chicken Kapitan using Hup Loong premix.
Verdict: Good!

Indian Stir-fry Green Beans, my version.

Nasi Minyak (oily rice with spices).

Ready to serve!

What a good dinner! Even my hubby got a second serving of everything. :) It was my first time making all of the above, not bad for a first timer huh? :P

Click below for Stir-fry Green Beans Recipe:

Indian Stir-fry Green Beans Recipe
2-3 cups of cut green beans (frozen works great too)
1 small onion, finely sliced
2 tsp. desiccated coconut
1/2 tsp. turmeric powder
1 tsp. sugar/ to taste
1/2 tsp. salt/ to taste
1/4 cup milk
Few curry leaves
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 tsp. mustard seeds
1 tsp. cumin seeds

Oil for cooking


1. Heat some oil, fry and toast mustard and cumin seeds until fragrant. Add minced garlic and curry leaves. Then, add sliced onion, saute until soften. Add desiccated coconut and turmeric powder. Saute for a while then add green beans, season with salt and sugar. Add milk, cover and cook for 5 mins until the beans are tender. (most of the milk should be evaporated)

2. Serve hot with nasi minyak or rice.

Note: Cubed tiny firm tofu can be added as well.  Variation: Used sliced cabbage instead of green beans.


Alicia said...

Believe it or not, never tried Chicken Kapitan before. Always wanted to try but always seems too much trouble. Probably will buy the pre mix since you gave it 2 thumbs up for it...;) Everything looks great..*drooling*....

Anonymous said...

Wow! That chicken looks very yummy!

It has been a while since I lasted visited. How're you and yr little one doing? I hope everyone is doing well :-). Say, when are you popping?

Anonymous said...

Oops, it's me, artchoo6

Little Corner of Mine said...

Thanks, yes go get the premix! :)

Thanks! Both of us are doing fine, thanks for asking. Will pop in Oct! :)

Edith said...

Ching, can post that Chicken Kapitan recipe. It looks really good. Must make it when hubby is back after next.

Tazz said...

Ching, your Chicken Kapitan looks very yummy. Does it taste like Chicken Rendang?

Little Corner of Mine said...

Thanks! It's from Lup Hoong premix! :P We need to add ground onion, oil, chicken and coconut milk.

Thanks! No, it doesn't taste like rendang, the spices used is different I think. But it has the rendang consistency.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Oops, it's Hup Loong (Penang Nyonya Recipe).

Flower said...

Hup Loong instant mix very handy lah. I also used it here...