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Eucheuma Seaweed Kerabu – A Delicious Aromatic Salad

The sweet sour seasoning with aromatic bunga kantan as well as peanuts and sesame seeds would not work so well if it’s not for the aromatic belacan.
By Shannon Lim

Eucheuma Seaweed Kerabu – A Delicious Aromatic Salad

This time I’m delighted that no cooking is required, and I was surprised that the raw seaweed has a nice soft ‘crunch’ that goes well with the other vegetables. Ever seen a salad with belacan? The sweet sour seasoning with aromatic bunga kantan as well as peanuts and sesame seeds would not work so well if it’s not for the aromatic belacan.

Eucheuma Seaweed Kerabu – A Delicious Aromatic Salad
 
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The sweet sour seasoning with aromatic bunga kantan as well as peanuts and sesame seeds would not work so well if it’s not for the aromatic belacan.
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Recipe Type: Side
Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • 50g dried coral seaweed – soaked & become about 250g
  • 3-4 tablespoon Calamansi Juice
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • 2 red chili
  • 1 tablespoon belacan paste (Shrimp paste)
  • 3 inches carrot – cut into thin strips
  • 1 japanese cucumber – cut into thin strips
  • ½ red onion – thinly sliced
  • ½ cup roasted peanuts – roughly grinded
  • 1 tablespoon toasted sesame seeds
  • 1 tablespoon sliced Torch Ginger Bud (Bunga Kantan)
Instructions
  1. Drain seaweed well and roughly snip them shorter. In a big bowl, toss seaweed with calamansi juice, sugar and salt.
  2. Meanwhile pound chilli and belacan together, then toss with the seaweed. Chill it in the fridge until it’s time to serve. Taste the seaweed after 30 minutes, if it needs more flavour, adjust according to your preference. (This can be prepared the day before).
  3. When it’s time to serve, mix with the other ingredients and garnish with coriander.
  4. Best served chilled.
Shannon Lim

Shannon Lim

Shannon is a foodie living in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The kitchen is her playground and creative outlet, where she loves to experiment with recipes. While her food influences is mainly Malay, Chinese and Indian cuisine, her curiousity in other culture lead to cross cultural cooking. She also writes a blog, where she pursue her mission in making 'healthy food Just As Delish'.

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Originally Published: June 3, 2013

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