Thursday, October 6, 2011

Stir-fried Miding

I plant my own miding plant.  Yes, you hear me right !  I plant my own Stenochlaena palustris.  

It is a small plot, thus the harvest is not much.  Enough only for a small plate, hardly enough for 1 person.

The wild-veg is hard to come across in markets of Peninsular Malaysia, although they grow wild abundantly.
In Sarawak, miding is normally stir-fried with belacan ( prawn paste ) or dried anchovies.  Local Chinese prefers to stir it with ginger and rice wine.   


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