Homemade Popiah (spring roll) with Kiwi


Last of my kiwi post of my 14 days kiwi challenge. This is the special Asean dish which serve with kiwifruit, it is my favourite snack, homemade popiah. If you're chinese, you definitely know what is popiah.

I love popiah aka spring rolls. Be it fresh or fried. I just love how the different ingredients come together in a wrap just like the Mexican burrito except that you get a sweeter crunch of vegetables that makes you want more and more. When you include the kiwifruits, it even enhance your whole taste buds to the next level.

 

Here is my Mother in law recipe on this Homemade Popiah with Kiwi

Ingredients
2 bangkwang (turnip), peeled and shredded
1 carrot, peeled and shredded
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
Few fresh prawn
Handful of dried shrimp
1 tablespoon soya sauce
1 teaspoon sugar
1/2 teaspoon white pepper
Green kiwifruits
popiah skins ( I bought the ready made one in supermarket)

for dressing
Sweet soya sauce
Chilli sauce
Fried onion

Method
  1. In a large wok, heat the oil. Cook bangkwang and carrots, Stir and cook until soft. Season with soya sauce, sugar and pepper.
  2. Place the filling mixture in a slow cooker and cook for 1 hour.
  3. To assemble the popiah, 1 teaspoon of sweet soya sauce, chilli sauce to taste and some fried onion. Put a spoonful of filling and garnish with green kiwifruit cut as desired. Wrap popiah and eat!
              For my last year's 14 days kiwi challenges , you may refer to this link "Hankerie's Kiwi project went live & 1st VBlog!!!" 

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