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  • Yellow Rice | Vegetarian Society (Singapore)
    VCD In Memory of Ng Chin Siong Testimonials Word Play Products Contact Forum Site map Home Yellow Rice By admin Posted on January 10th 2008 Servings 2 Ingredients 200g rice washed and drained 300ml coconut milk 100ml water ½ teaspoon salt ½ teaspoon ground turmeric 1 stalk lemon grass peel off outer layers leaving tender whitish centre cut out 7 5 cm and bruised 1 tablespoon vegetable oil Method Preparation 5 minutes Cooking time 15 minutes Total time 20 minutes Javanese serve Yellow Rice Nasi Kuning at almost every traditional ceremony or special occasion The oil in the coconut milk gives the rice a glistening appearance and keeps each grain separate The turmeric gives the dish its nice yellow colour Yellow rice can be accompanied by side dishes such as fried vegetarian drumstick vegetarian redang vegetarian sambal chilli or curries 1 Combine all the ingredients into an electric rice cooker mix well and turn on the cooker 2 When done leave the cooked rice to rest covered for 5 10 minutes Fluff with a fork and serve hot Tip 1 ½ teaspoon of freshly squeezed kalamansi lime juice can be added to enhance the yellow colour of the turmeric 2

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  • Sweet and Sour Achar | Vegetarian Society (Singapore)
    and finely shredded 1 thin slice ginger optional 2 tablespoons white rice vinegar or distilled white vinegar 2 tablespoons sugar ½ teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons white sesame seeds lightly toasted 2 teaspoons coarsely grounded peanut optional Method Preparation 30 minutes This is a quick easy simple recipe for making crunchy cool vegetable pickles that can be served as a side dish to accompany any meal 1 Pour all the ingredients

    Original URL path: http://www.vegetarian-society.org/node/50 (2016-02-16)
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  • Sweet Lemongrass Ginger Drink | Vegetarian Society (Singapore)
    ginger 1 litre water sugar or brown sugar to taste Method Preparation 5 minutes Cooking time 10 minutes Total time 15 minutes This sweet lemongrass ginger drink can be served hot or cold Here it is served as a refreshing iced drink on a hot and sunny day Lemongrass has pale yellow green woody shoots that have a powerful lemony fragrance 1 Peel off the outer layers of the lemon

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  • Lohan Zhai | Vegetarian Society (Singapore)
    Home Lohan Zhai By admin Posted on January 10th 2008 Servings 2 3 Ingredients 1 pack 50g bean vermicelli deep fried 2 pieces dried sweet bean curd wafers deep fried and cut into pieces 1 piece dried bean curd stick cut into strips and deep fried 3 4 Chinese dried mushrooms soaked and sliced 6 8 small black fungus soaked and cut into pieces 6 dried lily buds optional trimmed soaked and knotted 100 150g Chinese cabbage Wong Bak Bok Choy cut into broad strips ½ carrot shredded 1 thin slice ginger 1½ 2 pieces red fermented bean curd 2cm x 2cm cube mashed finely 2 3 tablespoons vegetable oil 150 200ml water a small handful fresh coriander leaves for garnish Method Preparation 10 minutes Cooking time 20 minutes Total time 30 minutes This is a simplified version of Buddha s Vegetarian Feast Lohan Zhai is a special favourite for the eve or the first day of Chinese New Year 1 Heat oil in a wok Add the ginger and fry till golden brown 2 Add the red fermented bean curd and stir fry briskly until aromatic 3 Add the mushrooms black fungus dried lily buds carrot cabbage bean curds

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  • Steamed Vegetarian Fish | Vegetarian Society (Singapore)
    By admin Posted on January 10th 2008 Servings 2 3 Ingredients 2 3 100 150g vegetarian fish slices 1 tomato cut into 6 wedges 2 3 thin slices ginger finely shredded 1 preserved sour plum optional ½ fresh red chilli optional seeded and finely shredded 1 tablespoon vegetable oil ½ 1 teaspoon light soy sauce a small handful fresh coriander leaves for garnish Method Preparation 7 minutes Cooking time 8

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  • Mashed Eggplants | Vegetarian Society (Singapore)
    fresh coriander leaves for garnish 1 5 tablespoons vegetable oil 1 5 tablespoons light soy sauce Method Preparation 15 minutes Cooking time 15 minutes Total time 30 minutes This recipe is easy to make Plus it can be prepared well in advance so that when you are ready to eat all you have to do is heat it up and add the seasoning 1 Place the eggplants in a pot

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  • Steamed Eggplant in Soy Sauce | Vegetarian Society (Singapore)
    2 Ingredients 1 long slender eggplant sliced 1 thin slice ginger chopped 1 fresh red chilli seeded and finely chopped a small handful fresh coriander leaves for garnish 1 5 tablespoons vegetable oil 1 5 tablespoons light soy sauce Method Preparation 5 minutes Cooking time 10 minutes Total time 15 minutes This quick and easy steamed dish uses eggplant also known as aubergine or brinjal Choose eggplant with smooth and

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  • Vegetarian Assam Laksa (Hot and Sour Noodle Soup) | Vegetarian Society (Singapore)
    Forum Site map Home Vegetarian Assam Laksa Hot and Sour Noodle Soup By admin Posted on January 10th 2008 Servings 4 Ingredients 10 12 dried kelp tied in knots 3 4 stalks fresh lemongrass 40g laksa leaves 4 slices fresh ginger 3 4 tablespoons assam paste 12 shallots or 3 onions optional peeled and halve 1 25 litres water 4 fresh chilli seeded and halve 3 tablespoons light soy sauce sugar and seasoning to taste ½ cucumber finely shredded 80g bean sprouts tailed and blanched 40g pineapple optional diced 4 kalamansi limes optional 400g rice vermicelli soaked in warm water for 10 15 minutes Method Preparation 10 minutes Cooking time 15 minutes Total time 25 minutes Assam Laksa is a uniquely Malaysian dish and an all time favourite street food This sour fish based soup uses tamarind to achieve its sour flavour There are many different variants of assam laksa this recipe omits the mackerel and is not as red as the normal Assam Laksa 1 Peel off the outer layers of the lemongrass stalks leaving the tender whitish centre Cut into 5cm pieces and bruise 2 Place the dried kelp lemongrass ginger laksa leaves shallots or onions and water

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