Durian flowers in sambal balacan

Durian flowers in sambal balacan

20-30 g vegetarian belacan – made from fermented soya beans (can be replaced by 2-3 tsp of miso)
3 dried chilies – minced(OR 1 tsp of chili powder)
2 tsp curry powder
3 shallots – sliced(optional for Buddhist and Hari Krishna vegetarians)
3 stalks of lemon grass( serai) – crushed
300 g picked durian flowers – blanched and rinsed under the tap
1/2 tsp mushroom powder
3 tbs of oil(more or less)

Blend the shallots,belacan,chilies and curry powder together.Add water to form a paste.
Fry the belacan paste until fragrant.
Add in the durian flowers and serai.
Stir fry for a while and add some water.
The last step is to add the mushroom powder and salt to taste.

Quick stir-fry this way will ensure you a super dish of crunchy durian flowers.Enjoy its unique texture and exotic flavour.
Durian flowers as vegetable,as exotic as ever ! texture is like cawli flower

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