Crispy Popiah 薄饼 Recipe ( Fresh Spring Rolls) – popiah is one food that is almost similar to lumpian, this is found in food and lavish, Singapore, taiwan, and Indonesia (Medan). This form of Popiah skin popiah as a base, then fill with lettuce, carrots, white radish, fried onions and then shrimp then rolled. This could be Your wet Popia make casual conversation along with your beloved family. It tastes good especially in eating chilli sauce made this dish make hooked. Well, for those of you who are interested in making themselves at home here we share Recipes Popiah Wet for you.
The flavors offered no different and stay consistent. There are 2 options i.e popiah fried and unusual. Despite having the same side dish, healthy Snack consists of popiah skin as a base, then filled the lettuce, carrots, white radish, fried onions, and then the meat is chasio and a DAB of crab meat which is then rolled. Chilli sauce which was also delicious dipake ga lost lho … red color with a spicy sweet taste.
To cook filling
- 1kg turnipcut into strips
- 25 spring roll skins
- 300gram fresh prawn sshelled, reserved shells for stock
- 1/2tsp salt marinate prawns
- 4cups water for prawn stock
- 3 1/2tbs pv egetable oil
- 1tbsp fresh garlicminced
- 2 1/2tbsp brown bean pasteground
- 300gram meatdiced
- 1/2tsp salt marinate meat
- 2firm beancurdfried, cut into strips
- 1/2tsp salt
To prepare garnishing ingredients:
- 1lettucewash and drained
- 300grambean sproutstailed and blanched
- 1cucumberfinely shred
- 2eggslightly beaten, to make omelette
- 1/8tspsaltseasoning for eggs
- 1/8tsppepperseasoning for eggs
- 150grampeanutroasted and ground
- 150grams hallotssliced and fried crisp
How To MAKE:
Choose fresh and sweet turnips, also known as jicama for this dish
Peel the skin off the turnips, wash and drained well.
Cut the turnips into strips.
Place the strips of turnip in a coriander
Have ready some fresh spring roll wrap/skin. They can be homemade or store bought
To cook the filling, first boil prawn shells in water for about 10 minutes.
Strained the prawn stock and set aside.Season the prawns with salt.
Next fry firm bean curd on non-stick pan till browned on both sides.
Then cut the fried bean curd into strips.Heat oil in a wok and lightly brown minced garlic.
Add brown bean paste and fry until fragrant.
Pour in strained prawn stock. When the prawn stock comes to a boil, add in turnip strips and mix well. When it starts to boil again, add in the diced meat.
Cover and simmer gently on low heat for 1 1/2 hours until the turnip is soft or transfer to a pressure cooker and pressure cook for 30 minutes. Then add in the prawns.
Next add in bean curd strips and salt to taste. Next add in bean curd strips and salt to taste. And the turnip filling is ready to be used for the wrap!