Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Stuffed Pita with Double Fried Mutton

Now that I have a new ingredient - Great White Shark Hot Sauce - my enthusiasm for experimental cooking is back.

I didn't have much time, so I planned for something moderately complicated but fast.

Looking into the fridge, I plucked some ideas from the sky, and came up with the "Spicy Double-fried mutton and a sweet-n-sour Vege stuffings".

* sliced onions, beans, carrots, potatoes
* (some tomatoes would be nice, buy I didn't have any in stock)
* egg - seperated yolk and whites
* mutton
* curry powder
* Great White Shark hot sauce
* Tomato Ketchup
* other sauces - oyster sauce, soy sauce
* Chicken Stock (just dilute 1/2 Yeos chicken cubes with hot water)

For the mutton, mix the egg yolk with oyster sauce, curry powder, and 3 drops of The Shark.

Fry the plain mutton with a little oil till it's cooked, then take it out of the pan and marinate it with the yolk sauce.

Throw it back into the pan, and continue frying for a while.

Spicy double-fried mutton is done!

For the vege, fry the onions till fragrant, then throw in the rest of the vege along with the chicken stock. Cover and let it cook for a while.

It helps if you sliced the potatoes real thin. Then we don't have to cook it too long.

Liberally squeeze in some tomato ketchup, a little soy sauce, and 4 drops of The Shark. Mix well.

Finally, thicken sauce with the egg whites.

The sweet-sour vege is ready.

Can be eaten with rice, roti canai, Naan, or stuffed in a Pita.

Lost control after a while, and started lacing each bite with a drop of The Shark!



At November 23, 2005 12:47 am, Anonymous lx said...

That looks really good! I'm going to give that recipe a go this weekend.

At November 23, 2005 12:50 am, Blogger shawnchin said...

Feel so honoured :)

Hope it goes well. Cheers!


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