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Fried Oyster Cake

Yields1 Serving

Fried oyster cake might not sound like the most healthy dish to eat but there is a way to make it healthier! We recommend using Coconut Oil as your source of oil when deep frying because it makes it healthier than other oils.

fried oyster cake

 5 cups or more Coconut oil, sufficient to full submerge the ladle
 100 g soya beans, washed and soaked overnight
 250 g plain flour
 50 g rice flour
 200 g pork collar / chicken
 150 g chopped prawn
 100 g bean sprouts
 1 stalk of spring onion
 10 fresh oysters´╝îwash and drained
 1 tsp sugar
 2 tsp salt
 2 tsp pepper
 1 tsp cornflour
 2 tsp baking powder
 1 cup of roasted peanuts
 1 cup of fried ikan bilis
Prepare the filling
1

Attach the meat grinder attachment to Chef Sense, mince the meat and prawn. Marinate it with sugar, salt, pepper and cornflour.

2

Mix in bean sprouts and spring onion. Transfer the bowl into the chiller.

Prepare the flour
3

Attach the glass blender to Chef Sense, add in soaked soy bean with 2 cups of water. Blend till smooth.

4

In the mixing bowl, add in flour, rice flour, baking powder, and soy bean paste. Attach K-beater, mix well. Add in water if the consistency is too dry.

Start frying
5

Heat up the pan with 5 cups of hot coconut oil, dip the metal soup ladle into the oil until it bubbles on the ladle.

6

Scoop 3 tbsp of batter into a ladle, add in 1 tbsp of marinated meat, 1 oyster and top it up with another 3 tbsp of batter to cover the filling. Lay some peanut and ikan bilis on top and fry it in the hot oil.

7

Fry until golden brown, the oyster cake will fall off from the ladle. Let it fry for another 1 minute, till it is fully cooked.

8

Let cool and ready to eat.