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Ju Hu Zhar (Shredded Jicama and Cuttlefish)

My mom bought 2 Grater and Slicer set from Penang.She gave one set to me.It's quite hard to find a good grater and slicer set no matter how much it's.Well,first of all,my mom would like to try out the grater sharpness.She ask me to help her to grate jicama (sengkuang in Malaya) and I find her grater set is really good!.Here you go...my mom cook her Ju Hu Char..We eat it as snack...
I wrapped Boston Lettuce with Ju Hu Char

My mom homemade sambal belacan..it's spicy sauce is a must for this dish!!
My second helping..it's really good!!
I add extra spicy sambal belacan to my wrap
My mom look high and low for Boston lettuce..Izzit Boston lettuce they called here??..She go to Sentul Pasar,Chow Kit Road Market and at last found this bunch of lettuce at Jinjang market..Said it's come from Thailand ...wow!!
This is what you need to complete this "Ju Hu Char"
Shredded Jicama,carrot,shitake mushroom,sliced pork and shredded cuttlefish...add in some salt to taste..
It's really easy dish to cook...just need all the right ingredients and there you go.....Since we have a very sharp grater,my mom want to make Kerabu Mango for me to try...stay tune for my mom kerabu mango!!

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6 comments:

Little Corner of Mine said...
March 23, 2008 at 8:23 PM

Yummy! You know this is one of my favorites right? :) That looks like green leaf lettuce as boston lettuce normally looks like a cup when peel.

tigerfish said...
March 24, 2008 at 5:04 AM

"Ju Hu Char"..i never heard of this but it looks like popiah fillings?

Beachlover said...
March 24, 2008 at 1:56 PM

LCOM:
Yes,I remember you blog about Ju Hu Char b4!!I think this is Hokkien lang dish,right?.My mom always cook it when she give prayer to ancestor


tigerfish:
Yes,the filling look like popiah but it's NOT for popiah.WE just wrap wt boston lettuce not other lettuce.I think Hokkien lang like to cook this dish..I see my mom cook this dish every time when there's festival

Lianne said...
March 26, 2008 at 9:18 AM

I don't know what its called in English but usually, we call them Sang Choy here.

Big Boys Oven said...
March 28, 2008 at 10:00 AM

walio I am salivating now! so sedap!

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