Somen-Misua Fritter (Misua Goreng)

Thursday, November 22, 2007

It is a kind of snack I used to eat while I was still in Indonesia, as it is savory. And even though I am from Central Java where people like to eat sweet things, I like savory better than sweet. This fritter can be eaten as a side dish too.

- 1/2 package of somen/misua
- 150 gr of frozen mixed cut vegetable
- 150 gr of headless shrimp, peel off the skin and tail, chop into small pieces
- 2 green onion, chop thinly
- 1 chicken broth block
- 5 cloves of garlic, chop thinly
- salt
- sugar
- ground white pepper
- water
- 2 eggs, beat in a small bowl
- oil for frying

In a pot saute chopped garlic with a little bit oil for 2minutes, add the shrimp and continue to cook until it turns red. Add the frozen vegetable and green onion and cook for 2minutes. Add some water and boil. Add chicken broth, salt, sugar and pepper. Taste it. Add the somen/misua. Cook until tender and all water is absorbed. Put it in a casserole bowl and place the bowl in a fridge until it is cool and hard (app. 30min). Cut into pieces (app. 6cm in length, 4cm in width and height). Dip it into the egg and then deep fry it until brownish.


Ayu HUSODO said... mbak rajin yak... :)
I got soooo many recipes, sooo many photos, ready to upload. The only thing missing is: spare time to do all of these work.
Keep up the good work, sis!

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