Wednesday, March 3, 2010
Steamed Taro in Rice
Steamed taro in rice or "Khao Op Pheuak" in Thai. This is another simple recipe and good for people who don't like spicy food. My husband said this food is very mild. It's good for side dish. If you don't like spicy food why don't you try this one. You may like it.
1) 2 cup uncooked rice
2) 15 shrimps
3) 3 Taro
4) 3 garlic cloves
5) 1 package dried mushroom.
6) 1 cup raisin (optional)
7) 2 cup chop Chinese celery
8) 3 Tbsp oyster sauce
9) 2 Tbsp lite soy sauce
10) 1/2 Tbsp sugar
11) 2 Tbsp canola oil
12) 2 1/4 cup water to cook rice
1) Clean and peel shell of shrimps.
2) Wash rice very well and drain the rice.
3) Soak the raisin with water until soft and drain the raisin.
4) Soak the dried mushroom with water until get soft
And drain the dried mushroom and press out all water then set aside.
5) Peel the garlic and mash with garlic press
6) Peel the skin of taros
Then cut cut into small dices
7) Chop the Chinese celery.
8) Heat oil in a pan on medium heat.
9) When oil is hot, garlic into the pan until fragrant.
10) Add shrimps and lite soy sauce, sugar, oyster sauce.
11) Add dried mushroom into the pan and stir well.
12) Add sliced taro into the pan and mix very well.
13) Add raisin into the pan.
14) Add uncooked rice to mix with all ingredients.
15) Mix all ingredients together
16) Move rice on the pan to cook the rice with the electric rice cooker.
17) Add 2 1/4 cup of water to cook rice .
18) When the rice is cooked add chopped Chinese celery into the electric rice cooker.
19) And mix the chopped Chinese celery together with rice and cover for 2 minutes and then enjoy your steamed taro in rice!