Originating from Thailand, this is a very tasty & popular beef dish in Malaysia too. Some say, the bottom sirloin part is called ‘daging harimau menangis’ because the cow’s hip bones prevent a tiger’s mouth from reaching there, so it does not get to savour the tenderness of it. 🤤 Well, do give it a try and let us know if it makes you ‘menangis’ ! Follow us for more #sedap recipes
|1 tbsp Black Pepper|
|30g Palm Sugar (pounded)|
|1 ½ tbsp Brown Sugar|
|¼ tsp Salt|
|2 tbsp Oyster Sauce|
|2 tbsp Cooking Oil|
|½ tbsp Fish Sauce|
|1 ½ tbsp Rice (toasted & blended)|
|20g Palm Sugar (pounded)|
|3 cloves Garlic|
|2 stalks Coriander Roots|
|2 stalks Coriander Leaves (chopped)|
|2 tbsp Lime Juice|
|1 tbsp Brown Sugar|
|⅛ tsp Salt ( or a pinch)|
|½ tbsp Chilli Flakes|
|1 tbsp Oyster Sauce|
|1 tbsp Thai Chilli Sauce|
- Thinly slice beef.
- In a bowl, combine beef, black pepper, palm sugar, brown sugar, salt, oyster sauce, cooking oil & fish sauce.
- Marinate for at least 1 hour.
- In a pan, lightly toast the rice till it browns over low heat.
- Grind the toasted rice into fine flour & set aside. In a mortar, pound the garlic & coriander root until become paste.
- In a bowl, combine garlic & coriander root paste, palm sugar & rice flour. Mix well.
- Add salt & chilli flakes. Continue to mix & add oyster sauce, thai chilli sauce, key lime juice & coriander leaves.
- Mix & set aside.
- In a pan, pour in marinated beef & cook for 5 mins.