Thursday, April 17, 2008

My First Popiah Ever

Hehe...ada bakat x???

At last, I managed myself through the kitchen and made my first popiah. Kindda proud of myself. Heee. Well, I have to say it wasn't that bad. I mean, not that bad. The preparation of course was kindda tedious and all, but really, it wasn't that bad. I liked it really. For the fillings, my mode of cooking was hentam-sajalah.

I did followed the recipies which I took from http://www.rasamalaysia.com/ but add a bit from my friends' recipies. It turned out nice indeed which was verified by my family members of course. =p. I used jicama, bean sprouts, carrot and some shrimp. Dats about it. Then we started to fill in the popiah skin. This part was fun. I was assisted by my two cousin who did a great job in the wrapping department. Since it was our first time, we had different sizes of popiah. Not all accurate. Heee.

While they were busy wrapping, I heat the pan. Boy, as soon as I throw in the popiah, it was looking tastier than ever. Hehe. All of the sudden, some of the popiah got torn apart. So all the fillings spilled out. Not good. We had to wrap a second layer to avoid it from spilling. Problem solved :D. After frying them all, we served them and munched them not leaving a single piece. I have to admit, it was damn good. Heee. Angkat bakul sendiri. Yelah, sapa lagi nak ngaku kan? Huhu. Anyway, I'm looking forward to do more popiah in the future. I do owe my co-workers them, well, this one particular person. Haha.

InsyaAllah I'll be making more of them. ;-)


3 comments:

Syuhaida said...

Wow...the decoration looks simple yet professional. Macam hiasan chef2 plak...ekekek..credit to you!
p/s: i think you should be responsible for making my baby ngidam popiah!!...huhu

fatihatie said...

wani,some tips here...lekatkan the end of the popiah (after the balut process) with diluted starch. or maybe can used UHU as an alternative too hahah

justnid said...

wow..wow..wow...wow..wow..just wow