Thursday, November 3, 2016

Savoury Stir Fry Sea Clams Chinese Style



I have been indulging in seafood the last two months. I don't understand why I have this sudden cravings like a pregnant woman...thinking of seafood day and night.  I woke up early yesterday morning and I was still having this stupid craving for Lala ( sea clams ). I pestered Wild Boar to take me to the wet market (UTC building) and he was so kind.  We were there quite early and managed to get large sized Lala which costs us RM24 per kilogramme.  Bought half kilo back and I whipped out this delicious savoury stir fry clams.  Very chinese style and trust me, homecooked ones taste lots better than store bought ones.  My piggies and Wild Boar love my savoury stir fry. So appetizing and delicious and this really satisfied my cravings :)


simple and easy to whip out dish
the ingredients are fermented beans (tauchu), 2 pickled sour plums,
chopped garlic, bird's eye chillies and  julienned ginger
spring onions for garnishing




Savoury Stir Fry Sea Clams (Lala) Chinese Style
serves 2 persons

ingredients

1/2 kilo sea clams ( Lala) - soaked in salt water for 10 mins - rinse and drain off water
 (A)
1 tbsp of chopped garlic
3 bird's eye chillies - chopped
3 slices of ginger - julienned
2 pickled sour plums
1 tbsp of fermented beans ( tauchu)

a pinch of sugar
1/2 cup water
1.5 tbsp of rice bran oil

spring onion and coriander for garnishing

Method:

Heat up 1 1/2 tbsp rice bran oil in a wok , add in ingredients (A) and saute till fragrant.  Add in the sea clams and stir fry till it turned pinkish. Add 1/2 cup water and cover wok with lid and cook for a further 7 mins.  Open lid and when all the clams has opened up, add in a pinch of sugar. Dish up and garnish with spring onions and coriander leaves.

Enjoy !

6 comments:

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    1. everyone favourite I guess...I love them much :)

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  2. So fresh and delicious...miss those sea clams.

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    1. Angie..its fresh and sweet too ... I guess you dont get them in Germany :)

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  3. Lala....when I see them, I go ooo-la-lla. Must try your easy recipe one day. I love all your recipes, Elin. Have tried many of them n they are all a big hit! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thank you Irene :) glad that you have tried some of them :) you really encourages me to share more :)

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