Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Sar Kok Liew (Yambean Fritters)

I have not eat before Sar Kok Liew (Yambean Fritters) that Sonia share in her blog and decided to give it a try.


Yambean bought from the market


After shredding


Fish paste bought from the market


After steaming


Before frying


After frying

48 comments:

  1. Nice Yambean fritters. You are one of the good cook too!

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  2. Wish you have a lovely day Sharon

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  3. how's the fritters? must be crispy..

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  4. Yambean? Isn't that turnip or what people call sengkuang...or over here, we call it mangkuang - they use to make popiah?

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  5. I used it here for my popiah:
    http://suituapui.wordpress.com/2010/03/03/ready-to-roll-1

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  6. Good morning Sharon,
    Your fritters looks delicious.

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  7. Good morning Sharon,
    Your fritters looks delicious.

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  8. Never heard of Sar Kok Liew, but saw something similar before, must be yummy huh?

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  9. Angeline

    No lah, my cook are not that good, only can cook simple item, hehe....

    U too have a lovely day... :)

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  10. Wenn

    My first time eat this, so can't tell how is it compare to those selling outside...

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  11. Suituapui

    Yes, it is...

    Will hop over to see your popiah... :)

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  12. Elaine

    Good morning...

    Never eat this before, so the other day pass by market, saw the yambean, so bought and make it, hehe...

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  13. Hayley

    I also never heard it before, if not from Sonia blog, will not have know about it...

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  14. Hey Sharon, not bad wor... looks very neat and nice.. must be tasty too!!

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  15. good afternoon to everyone too..

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  16. oh, love your fritters!! delicious!!

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  17. Good afternoon Sharon. I smell the haze coming back to KL.

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  18. Oh you cooked something! Nice! When will you send them to let us try?

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  19. This is something new and I have never tried it. I am sure it is delicious until you must share with us.

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  20. 加了沙葛爽口又甜美,
    好吃好吃!

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  21. That's another good recipe to eat turnip. :)

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  22. Look very good wor. Must hv taste swwet

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  23. Hello Sharon,

    How come after steaming, it looks like bean curd (fu chuk skin)?

    I have not eaten this before either. You are really adventurous to try out new recipes for cooking. Bravo!

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  24. Claire

    I not sure if it's consider successful as in Sonia blog, hehe...

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  25. SK

    Good Morning...

    Trying out new items, hehe...

    Have a great day ahead too ya... :)

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  26. Twilight Man

    Good afternoon.... It was rainy day in Singapore yesterday...

    Will inform when i send so that can standby at the door ya, lol...

    Something new to me too... :)

    U too have a good day...

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  27. Ashley

    Never try before, so try it out, hehe...

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  28. East Coast Life

    Something new to me, hehe...

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  29. Small Kucing

    First time try it out, hehe...

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  30. 追食富迪

    But the shredding of the turnip a bit of hard work, hehe...

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  31. Mun

    I also not sure how come, maybe did wrongly, hehe...

    I also never eat before, first time eat this...

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  32. Yam bean fritters...drooling.

    I think I am quite lazy when comes to deep frying..ehhehe

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  33. Yee Ling

    I'm a lazy person, i do only simple item, hehe...

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  34. Looks nice. Must taste great too.

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  35. Silly me, of course it looks like bean curd sheet because you wrapped the shredded jicama and fish paste mix with bean curd sheet. (after reading Sonia's blog on how to make this). So Sharon, you did not make it wrongly lah.

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  36. Happy Surfer

    Thank you for your compliment...

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  37. Willie a.k.a Reptoz

    Something new to me, hehe...

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  38. Mun

    Tell you something, i shredded the jicama half way, i was lazy to shredded, so in the end, i used half of the jicama and more fish paste than jicama, instead of as in Sonia blog, more jicama than fish paste, lol....

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