This recipe is definitely a keeper because my husband had a 2nd round of rice.
My husband and son love to eat Petai very much but not my daughter and I because
both of us found the smell unbearable.
Sambal is Asian hot sauce or paste typically made from a variety of chili with
secondary ingredients such as shrimp paste, dried prawns, fish sauce, garlic, ginger, shallot,
palm sugar, lime juice and etc. Different household has their own recipe for Sambal paste.
The Sambal that I used in this recipe is homemade by a single mother
making some extra income. My friends and I have been buying from her
because it is indeed delicious and minus all the hassle preparing the paste.
If you are interested to purchase or to help her out, kindly call Mdm Seet at 012-9813350.
Mdm Seet's friend is also selling other type of paste.
(This post is not sponsored!)
1) 4 tbsp of Sambal Udang Paste
2) 1 medium size yellow Onion - slice
3) 30g (1/2 handful) Dried Anchovies - slightly wash and dry
4) 102g (1 handful) Petai (peel and wash)
5) 2 tbsp Cooking Oil
1) Heat up 2 tbsp of cooking oil.
2) Add Sambal Udang paste and stir for 1-2 minutes or until bubble appear.
3) Add sliced Onion and Dried Anchovies and stir for 3 minutes or until soften.
4) Add Petai and stir for 2 minutes.
5) Add salt and sugar to taste (for your information, the sambal paste has enough of taste).
6) Dish out and serve.
Note : If the sambal paste a bit dry, you can add some hot water.
It is quite expensive if you order this dish at any restaurant.
It will be cheaper if you cook your own.
Yummy eaten with hot rice.
Hope you have a great weekend.
May you have wonderful weeks ahead.