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Saturday, December 13, 2014

Pickled Chillie (Cili Jeruk)


PICKLED CHILLIES (Cili Jeruk)
Posted by MamaFaMi
Source : Ros


Ingredients :

200 ml vinegar
150ml water
3 tablespoons sugar
3 red bird-eye chillie
8 fresh green chillie

1 glass bottle

Method :

1. Slice thinly green chillies and bird-eye chillies. Deseed, wash and rinse. Place the chillies in a glass bottle.
2. Bring to boil vinegar, water and sugar. Once boiled, remove from heat and let it cool.
3. When cooled, pour the liquid into the glass bottle. Place the cap and keep in the refrigerator overnight.
4. Serve with fried noodles.

Tips from Ros :

Make sure the vinegar mixture is cooled before pouring into the glass bottle filled with the sliced chillies so that the pickled chillie stays crunchy.


Have a nice day!


4 comments:

  1. Mama, this is my favourite condiment when I dine out at Chinese restaurant. Me, my mother and auntie will keep asking the waiter to top up our cili jeruk because we really plough through it during our meal hah..hah...

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  2. clap clap clap...cantik gambar mama ambil!

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  3. zila kerap buat cili jeruk dirumah..mkn dgn mee goring..wahh mabless

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  4. This recipe will do too..i learned from abang selling char kjey teow...
    just use 100% vinegar and a bit sugar...it will last longer and still crunchy.

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