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Steamed savoury glutinous rice ~ 'Loh Mai Fan'


I notice that recently there are quite a number of posts on glutinous rice from fellow bloggers.  As I too have a soft spot for this sticky rice, I made this ..........'Steamed savoury glutinous rice'. 










I really enjoyed tucking into this tasty 'Loh Mai Fan' and can't stop at one helping.  So ended up with having this for dinner as well!

Ingredients
  • 600 gm glutinous rice - washed and soaked for 7  hours
  • 10 dried shitake mushrooms, washed and soaked to soften, diced
  • 40 gm dried shrimps, washed
  • 150 gm pork fillet, diced
  • 1 egg 
  • 5 shallots, peeled and sliced
  • Spring onions for garnishing
  • Sesame oil
  • 200 ml water
Seasoning 
  • 1 Tbsp dark soya sauce
  • 1.1/2  Tbsp light soya sauce
  • 1.1/2  Tbsp sugar
  • 1  tsp chicken granules
  • 1  tsp salt
Preparation
  1. Wash and soak the glutinous rice for about 7 hours, then drain the rice of the water.
  2. Season the diced pork fillet with a dash of pepper, a bit of light soya sauce, sesame oil and some salt..
  3. Heat up a wok with 3 Tbsp oil, shallow fry the sliced shallots till light brown.  Dish out and set aside.
  4. With the remaining oil in the wok, stir-fry the dried shrimps, add in the seasoned meat and diced mushrooms.  Add in the water, mix in the drained glutinous rice.
  5. Add in the seasoning and mix well.  Test for taste and sprinkle in some more water if necessary.
  6. Transfer the rice mixture into a steaming plate and steam  under rapidly boiling water for 1 hr. 15 mins.
  7. After 30 mins. sprinkle in some water and you can sprinkle more water if you prefer the rice to be softer and also steam a bit longer.
  8. Meanwhile lightly beat up the egg, add in pepper, light soya sauce.  Fry into an omelette, roll up and cut into strips.
  9. Dish up the glutinous rice into bowls, press lightly, and invert it onto plates before serving.
  10. Garnish with the chopped spring onions, shallot crisps, omelette strips and a light dash of pepper.
  11. Serve hot.


I'm submitting this post to  Muhibbah Malaysian Monday.   Do check it out  'Here'!


Comments

  1. Morning Cheah! I love Loh Mai Fan and I can eat a lot too. Next time please "dai pau" for me ;))

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  2. Wow, you put in so much ingredients. Truly mouthwatering! Must be very expensive to have something like this out there. lol! You can Pos Express over before 3pm! I will receive it tomorrow noon! ha...
    Happy Holiday!
    Regards, Kristy

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  3. oooh this is one of my favourites! i can totally taste this from the screen lol..looks delicious!

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  4. cheah, delicious! i never made my own loh mai kai, always eat that in dim sum rest but though delicious, i tried very hard not to eat the whole portion!, haha!

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  5. ya lor I also saw a few bloggers doing this lor mai kai and now you lor mai fan. drooling liao ....

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  6. Anncoo
    What a pity you're so faraway!

    Angie
    Thank you!

    Kristy
    More ingredients, more tasty!

    Jen
    Looks like many of us like loh mai fan!

    Lena
    Ha, ha, watching your waistline!

    Yummy Bakes
    So perhaps it's time that you join in too!

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  7. I love glutinous rice dishes too although I really can't eat too much of it or I'll feel bloated.

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  8. oooh, I love glutinous rice too! Especially cooked this way. I would have eaten it twice in a day too, he he he.

    Thanks for a yummy contribution:)

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  9. Jeannie
    Yes, me too, so I must know when to discipline myself!

    Shaz
    You are most welcome. I'm sure you'll like 'loh mai kai' too!

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  10. Thanks for the receipte, want to try it out. I do not have a blog. Will inform you if it turns out well.

    JMChong

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    1. Thanks for dropping by. Please let me know how it turns out should you try this.

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  11. i decided to ramble through my fridge... glutinous rice, lap cheong, dried prawns, dried mushroom ... perfect for loh mai fan... though I have done this dish like a hundred times, i still like to read others for more ideas. i chanced upon your site and you have only great comments towards your dish! bravo I am copying yours now.

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    1. Thanks for dropping by. Nice of you to try my recipe.

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