Pumpkin Chayote Vegetable Recipe, Eat Vegetables So You Don’t Get Bored!
Vegetables are indeed things that are sometimes even avoided, especially children who don’t really like certain types of vegetables. For that you need to combine vegetables with other ingredients to make it more attractive.
Shrimp vegetables with chayote mixture are suitable for those of you who are still having trouble eating vegetables. Besides containing vegetables, this menu is also combined with shrimp which is certainly an appetite. Check out the recipe, let’s.
1. Prepare the necessary materials
- 500 grams of chayote
- 100 grams of peeled shrimp
- 2 cm galangal, smashed
- 2 pieces of lime leaves
- 2 bay leaves
- 7 whole bird’s eye chilies
- 3 large green chilies, sliced obliquely
- Petai according to taste
- 500 ml coconut milk
- Salt to taste
- Sugar to taste
- Mushroom flavoring to taste
- Fried onions to taste
- Oil for sauteing
- 2 large red chilies
- 3 pieces of cayenne pepper (according to taste)
- 3 candlenuts
- 3 cloves of garlic
- 5 spring onions
2. Peel and slice the chayote
Peel the chayote and slice into small pieces like wooden matches. Next, give a little salt and knead to get rid of the sap on the pumpkin so it doesn’t get stiff. Wash the pumpkin slices thoroughly, then drain them.
3. Wash the spices and puree
Wash all the spices that have been prepared. Puree the spices that have been washed, then set aside.
4. Heat the oil and saute the spices
Heat the oil in a skillet over medium heat, then saute the spices until fragrant. Add geprek geprek and lime leaves, bay leaves, whole bird’s eye chilies, green chilies, washed petai. Saute until fragrant, add the shrimp and sauté again until it changes color.
5. Enter the coconut milk
After the shrimp has changed color, pour the coconut milk into the stir fry. Bring the sauce to a boil while continuing to stir so it doesn’t break. Also add salt, sugar, and mushroom flavoring. Don’t forget to correct the taste, then cook until cooked and the spices are absorbed. Finally sprinkle the fried onions and serve while warm.
Very tasty and simple to cook, right? Suitable for lunch menus that don’t take a lot of time to prepare ingredients. Super practical!