This is a beautiful dish...and it taste really good even for some kids who do not like to eat vegetables. They will simply love it. This dish is normally served during festives season in a Nyonya Baba home. My grandma has taught us the way to eat it. A small portion of ju hu char is wrap in green lettuce and complement with a small portion of sambal belacan...Wow it taste so delicious!
I have simplified the way the vegetables are cut now. My grandma and mum have very good cutting skills and they can shred the vegetables so finely with the knife. As for me, no way I can do it, I end up with a plaster on my finger. Not to worry, with the help of the shredder, things are made easy for us...hahahha.
This is how it goes........within 40 minutes you will have this delicious dish
What do you require?
1 round turnip (bangkwang)
2 big onions - half it n cut into slices
dried cuttlefish strips (yau yee shi)
What is next?
1. Shred the cabbage, carrot and turnip finely
2. Fry the onions till aromatic, add the dried cuttlefish strips
3.Add in the shredded vegetables and stir well, add a little water, salt to taste
4. Close the lid of the pan and let it simmer at low fire till vegetables soften
5. Well, that's it, ready to serve.
Eat it as it is or wrap with green lettuce*shown in photo