Posted by: Jonjon | March 26, 2009

Asian – Pan-fried Stuffed Bell Peppers / 煎酿彩椒 5/10 too salty


Asian – Pan-fried Stuffed Bell Peppers / 煎酿彩椒 5/10 too salty

http://schneiderchen.de/403Pan-fried-Stuffed-Bell-Peppers.html


Ingredients
* 2 whole / 8 pcs Bell pepper shells
* 1 tbsp Cornstarch
* Corn oil
Filling:
* 150 g Ground meat
* 5 pcs Shelled shrimps
* 2 tbsp Dried shrimps
* 1/3 tsp Salt
* 1/3 tsp Sugar
* Pinch of white pepper powder
* Cornstarch
Sauce:
* ½ tbsp Black beans
* 2 clove Garlic paste
* ½ tsp Ginger paste
* ½ tbsp Light soya sauce
* 1/3 tsp Sugar
* ½ tsp Salt
* 100 ml Water
* 1 tbsp Stachy solution

Method / 做法:
1. Soak dried shrimps in water for about 10 minutes. Drain. Devine the shelled shrimps and chop. Then mix in the dried shrimps and ground meat. Chop until the whole mixture has combined. Add in the rest of ingredients for the filling and mix until the mixture is elastic.
2. Lightly dust the inside of bell pepper with cornstarch. Then fill each pepper shell with the mixture, mounding slightly. Pat the top with a bit cornstarch.
3. Heat up a skillet with some oil. Place the stuffed pepper shells, filling upside down, in the skillet and pan-fry for about 3-5 minutes. Gently shovel the bell peppers to the sides. Leave ½ tablespoon of oil to stir-fry ginger, garlic and black beans until fragrant. Pour in water, season with salt and sugar and cover to simmer for 5-8 minutes. Arrange the peppers on a plate. Add the starchy solution to the sauce and cook until the sauce has thickened. Spoon over the stuffed bell peppers and serve.

Conclusion
This sauce was too salty and unbalanced.

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