How To Make Sabah Vegetable?


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½ 1b SABAH vegetable or leafy greens
½ teaspoon dried shrimp paste
2 red chilies
2 shallots
1 clove garlic
1 tablespoon oil
Salt to taste

Pinch off any tough stems at the end of the sabah vegetable and cut in 2-in lengths. Alternatively, wash, dry and coarsely shop leaf greens such as water convolvulus or regular spinach. Pound or blend shrimp paste, chopped chilies, sliced shallots and garlic until course. Heat oil in a wok and fry the pounded mixture for 2 to 3 minutes, then add vegetables and stir fry quickly until just cooked. Add salt to taste and serve. Cekuk manis, a shrub with edible leaves, grows wild throughout Southeast Asia. A vegetable grower in Lahad Dattu, Sabah, discovered a method to make it grow quickly so that the stems are edible, earning it the name Sabah vegetable or even Sabah asparagus. Any leafy green vegetable can be cooked in this way. This is a very notorious and healthy dish as it has all the green vegetables in it. It proves to have a lot of victims and proteins in it.

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