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CucuRot Udang (Prawn)

CucuRot Udang (Prawn)
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Bread Fritters Print Recipe CucuRot Udang (Prawn) Course Miscellaneous Cuisine Malay, My Style Servings Ingredients 1 pkt (250 gm) #TAGPakUsu (Season Flour Mixed)200 gm Bread anykind of bread, near to expiry bread or freezer stored bread200 gm Prawn Meat chopped into small chunks1 large Onion diced2 nos Eggs1/4 cup Chopped Chives250` gm Water5 nos Red
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Chicken Kerutuk Fillings (Inti)

Chicken Kerutuk Fillings (Inti)
Posted in : Malay, Snack, Tea time on by : Pak Usu
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This is filling recipe is suitable for pastry puffs, epok-epok, kariap or even sandwiches. Although this recipe uses a “kerutuk” spice mix, this can be easily replaced with meat curry powder, briyani spice mix or rendang spice  mix. Print Recipe Chicken Kerutuk Fillings (Inti) Course Miscellaneous Cuisine Malay, My Style Servings Ingredients 1 whole Boneless
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Lempeng Kelapa Chia Seed (Coconut Crepe with Chia Seeds)

Lempeng Kelapa Chia Seed (Coconut Crepe with Chia Seeds)
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Lempeng is an all time favourite in our household, usually served for breakfast or during afternoon tea. Lempeng goes very well with Sambal Anchovy or Sambal Sardine.  How was this “invented? I presumed during the olden days Mother’s have to prepare breakfast for large family and and at the quickest time as they need to
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Basic Batter for Fritters

Basic Batter for Fritters
Posted in : Desert, Tea time on by : Pak Usu
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#TepungAnekaGunaPakUsu which literally means multi usage or multi purpose seasoned flour mix. It can be used as a base ingredient in fritters batter, pancake, lempeng (Malay crepe), chicken, mushroom or as an agent to thickens gravy. Following is the most basic batter recipe for Banana Fritters or Pisang GorengCold water *Adunan asas untuk gorengan Print
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