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Thursday, September 13, 2007

Ikan masak kicap & Petola goreng

These were what I had prepared for our breaking fast just now...


This is a different recipe from what I've posted before. InsyaAllah I will post it in this blog later on...


Ingredients :

Fish of your choice ~ cleaned
2 shallots ~ minced
2 garlic ~ crushed
1/2 fresh red chillie ~ sliced
1 teaspoon chillie paste
1 teaspoon tomato sauce
enough sweet soya sauce
enough wateronion ~ cut into rings (I forgot to put this in)
cooking oil

Method :

1. Coat fish with a bit of chillie paste, tumeric powder and salt. Leave aside for 15 minutes. Fry till done.
2. Heat wok and pour a bit of oil. Add in chillie paste and fry till fragrant.
3. Add in garlic and minced shallots. Stir well.
4. Pour in sweet soya sauce, water and tomato sauce.
5. Add in fresh chillie and let it boil.
6. Just before removing from heat, add in the ringed onions.
7. Pour on top of the fried fish. Ready to serve.

(Note : Please refer here for more information about this vegetable)

Ingredients :

1 Petola ~ cleaned and sliced to 1cm thick
2 shallots ~ minced
2 garlic ~ minced
1 fresh red chillie ~ 1/2 minced 1/2 sliced
1 tablespoon dried shrimp
enough water
salt to taste
cooking oil

Method :

1. Heat wok and pour a bit of oil. Add in the minced shallots, garlic and red chillie. Fry till fragrant.
2. Add in the dried shrimp and a bit of water.
3. Add salt and finally the petola.
4. Mix thoroughly till done.

* Thanks to ME because, when the recipe comes from ME, there won't be any specific amount for the ingredients! So, ladies and gentlemen, do try at your own risk! Hahaha.....


  1. ehehehe part yg tak de specific amount of ingredients ni kan sebijik macam resepi zakiah hanum la mama.

    btw, suka sgt makan petola masak tumis air. sedapppp. makan waktu berbuka sedapnyer

  2. ikan goreng masak kicap pun nampak sodap! nanti buleh la cubo..
    aha..itu petola gue tak reti masak..suka makan jerr..hehe.. kalau mak mentua datang umah baru masak..sonang yo ek! hehehe... buleh la tambah koleksi resepi sayur! mekasih yo!

  3. sedap btul la tgk masakan mama ni. kalau la ayu pandai masak mcm mama ni, mmg gemok la ayu jwbnya..
    p.s.: selamat berpuasa buat mama sekeluarga. kalau mkn yg sedap2 tu ingat2 la kat ayu ye, hehehe.. :)

  4. wah!!tak tahu mama ada blogspot lain....lagi dahsyat nie.....sedap betul nampak ikan masak kicap tuh....kecur air liur dibuatnya...tak boleh pandang lama2....

    eh mcmmana plak mama tahu birthday din smlm....mesti imah bagitahu nie...anyway thank you...

    ps...bulan puasa nie mama masak best2 yek....lepas tu tepek kat least boleh bagi idea2 nak masak apa...hahahah...


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