Friday, June 20, 2008
I got a full container of seasoned roasted beef from a friend of mine the other day. It can be consumed just by warming it up or putting it in an oven first. However, considering that Christian is not really into Western food, I decided to get rid of the seasoning by washing it up with warm water and then dividing it into 3 zip lock plastic and keep it in the fridge for future usage.
For the first packaged of beef I decided to use it for simple spicy Indonesian recipe.
- app. 350gr of roasted beef
- 8 cloves of garlic
- 6 cloves of small red onion
- 14 chili paddy or bird's eye chili
- 4cm of galangal
- 4 lime leaves
- 2Tbsp of fish sauce
- oil for frying
Since I washed up the seasoning off the beef, it was kinda wet, so firstly I spread the meat on a large paper towel to drain the excessed water and then deep fry it with hot oil under medium high heat for 3minutes.
In a chopper, chop onion, garlic and chili until coarse smooth. Then saute it with a little bit of oil until fragrant. Add galangal, lime leaves and fish sauce and continue to saute for another 2minutes. Add a little bit of sugar to taste. At last add the meat and continue to cook and stir for 3minutes. Serve it with warm steam rice and veggies.