Fruit Rojak

Malaysian exotic fruit salad. Can be served as a snack or appetizer

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Fruit Rojak

Malaysian exotic fruit salad. Can be served as a snack or appetizer

Category : Snacks, Non-Vegetarian

By Rahul Rajan

Published On: 20 Nov 2010

Rating: 3
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20 Minutes
Served : 4
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Step 1

Pound red chilies and roasted shrimp paste. Keep this aside.

Step 2

In low heat, mix 1 cup water with palm sugar.

Step 3

Cook until palm sugar melts.

Step 4

Add sugar/brown sugar. Once the syrup thickens slightly, turn off fire.

Step 5

Slowly add palm sugar syrup into the fried plain flour. Stir quickly until the syrup is mixed well with the flour. Sieve the mixture.

Step 6

Add soy sauce, pounded chilly and shrimp paste, ground peanuts, tamarind juice, lime juice, anchovies mixture and required salt. Give a good stir and finally add sesame seeds. Stir again.

Step 7

Before serving, take a bowl, add cut fruits and vegetables, add the sauce and give it a stir so that the sauce is well combined with all the ingredients. Garnish with a generous amount of coarsely pounded peanuts or roasted groundnuts. Chill before serving.

Step 8

1)If the rojak turns out to be salty add more palm sugar and toss.

Step 9

Ready made sauce rojak is available in the market.

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