Monday, October 10, 2011

Steamed Shrimp and Meat Patties - Day 10

Let’s make something savory today. After a few days of sweet dessert I decided to make these patties for our lunch. I basically used whatever I have in my fridge. This is a very versatile recipe as you can use any type of ingredients you like. It is quick to prepare and healthy too. Instead of steaming everything in a plate I steamed them individually with the Jelly moulds. If you don't have the moulds you can always use muffin pan or ramekins.




Ingredients:

10 shrimps – peel and deveined
4 oz of cooked meat – can be chicken, BBQ pork or ham
1/3 cup sundried tomatoes – roughly chopped
½ cup grated cheddar cheese
3 spring onions – cut small
2 eggs
1 tbsp corn starch
50 ml water
Salt and pepper to taste


1. Roughly chopped up the shrimps. Cut the meat into small cubes.
2. Combined all the ingredients and mix well. Prepared the steamer and bring the water up to a boil.
3. Line the Jelly Moulds with some parchment paper and brush it with some oil. Fill the mould up with the mixture and steam it over high heat for 10 minutes or until it is cook. To test just insert a skewer to the center and it should comes out clean.
4. Serve it with some chili sauce.


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30 comments:

Shereen said...

So pretty,Gert...too pretty to eat..the colour so nice,berwarna-warni!Another winner, I must say.

suituapui said...

Now, THIS got me drooling... Looks so yummy.

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Sound healthy and good.

ReeseKitchen said...

Sounds like otak-otak to me...hehe! Nice!!

アンゼエリン said...

I love the color combination...must be even tase good wit chili sauce....

Angeline

Eileen@Hundred Eighty Degrees said...

Getting more and more exciting! It's a great appetizer to me.

A. said...

It's a good way of using left-over meat, will definitely try this!

K.Nor said...

kiranya makanan sihat la ni ya.. kukus aje.. ratah aje pun mengenyangkan ni gert.. tak perlu nasi :)

ermm.. rasanya smlm ada tinggalkan komen kat blueberry granola tu.. tp bila check balik tak ada la pulak.. haishhh... :)

Ann@Anncoo Journal said...

Looks very delicious and nice presentation. Love it!

terriskitchenuk said...

These look rather amazing, so colorful! I would love to try these with salmon in them too! They could be even more healthy with low fat cheese.

yummylittlecooks said...

Looks so delicious!

mycookinghut said...

Looks absolutely delicious! Love the combo!

Carol's Kitchen said...

love the colors of the different ingredients and sounds so simple to do. Will try it definitely!

Beachlover's Kitchen said...

very creative!! hmmm....not to said it's look delicious!!

boo_licious said...

Such comforting flavours and I love the colours too!

ninazsyafinaz said...

Hye Gert..Im drooling..This is so lovely.Another recipe for my diet program menu.hahhaha..Thanks

hunny75 said...

hmmm.... sekali tgk macam otak-otak...

babe_kl said...

Gert, in this case can use the mould to make otak-otak as your patties colour reminded me of them, yums :D

Nate @ House of Annie said...

Mmm, served with some sweet Thai chili sauce...smack smack! :-d

hanushi said...

So pretty!!! I can't believe that you can make so many lovely snacks with this jelly moulds!! Thumbs up...

Jeannie said...

These little cones look delicious! Kinda remind me of otak-otak:D

edith said...

Otah fish is on my list but seeing your cute little dish, I am tempted to change my menu. :)

Anonymous said...

Very colourful Aunty! I`m sure it tastes as good as it looks!
-Justyn

Anonymous said...

I love what you can do with leftovers in your fridge. I think even I could make these! Simon

My Little Space said...

Gert, I love this recipe very much. Easy & manageable and less oily as well. Wishing you all the best. Looking forward more to come.
Blessings,
Kristy

ICook4Fun said...

Shereen, thank you.

Suituapui, thank you.

Sonia, thanks.

Reese, looks like otak otak but it is not :)

Angeline, yes they are.

Eileen, :)

A, yes.

K.Nor, yea and tak ada minyak so kira healthy lah. Tak apa, comment lagi. Blogspot ni memang gila gila sometime.

Ann, thank you.

Terriskitchenuk, Salmon sounds good.

Yummylittlecooks and leemei, thanks.

Carol, hope you like it.

ICook4Fun said...

Lesley, thank you. I will call you one soon. Have some news to share with you :)

Boo_licious, thank you.

Nina, you dah so kurus. Nak diet lagi? Tak payah lah :)

Hunny, yeap.

Babe_kl, yea. You can get the mould from any Selangor Pewter shops.

Nate, yes I like eating them with chili sauce :0

Hanushi, thank you for you kind support and visiting me everyday :)

ICook4Fun said...

Jeannie, yea they look very similar :)

Edith, otah otah sounds good too :)

Justyn, thank you. Ask mummy to make this for you :)

Simon, yes just mix everything and steam it. Do it to impress your wife :)

Kristy, thank you for you support :)

Sarah O. said...

My mom loves shrimp, she would literally kill for this.

NedLi Sakurai said...

this patties look so yummy.. i'm gonna try this at home! (^_^)..