16 June 2014

Stir Fried Celery with Roasted Cashews


A simple vegetables dish that loved by my family. We always love this simple dish because of the roasted cashews in it, able to munch on the crunchy celery while taste the flavourful aroma roasted cashews make this dish stand out. Is my first time roasting the cashew nuts and the experience is awesome! It is delicious! As the cashew nuts is roasted with butter, I'm linking this post to Little Thumbs Up month of June.



Ingredients for roasted cashews:
150g raw cashews 
30g of butter, melted in the microwave
1/2 tsp of salt (you can control the taste after roasted the cashews if you want it to be more salty)

Method:
1. Place the melted butter in a bowl, add in the raw cashews. Use a spoon to stir and coat the cashews with butter and add in salt. Mix well.
2. Spread the cashews in a single layer on a baking tray. Place in a preheat oven at 150C for 15 mins, stir the cashews occasionally and continue to roast the cashews for another 15 mins or until they are golden brown. Keep an eyes on the cashews to prevent burnt. Set aside to cool completely.

Ingredients for stir fried vegetables:
5 stalks of celery, peeled the skin and chopped into small
1/2 small carrot, peeled the skin and sliced into thin
1 tbsp mined garlic
1 tbsp light soy sauce
1 tbsp oyster sauce
1 stalk of spring onion, cut into length
150ml water
3 tbsp cooking oil

Method:
1. Heat up a frying pan or wok with cooking oil. Add minced garlic, stir fry for 1 min. 
2. Add carrot and celery, stir fry for a min, add water. 
3. When the vegetable gravy is simmer, add spring onion, light soy sauce, oyster sauce and roasted cashews. Stir fry for another min, remove the frying pan from heat. Serve warm with white steamed rice. 






I'm linking this post to Little Thumbs Up (June 2014 Event: Butter) organised by Zoe of Bake for Happy Kids and Mui Mui of My Little Favourite DIY and hosted by Jozelyn Ng of Spice Up My Kitchen

12 comments:

  1. Hi Tze,
    Such a lovely dish! Looks really appetizing!

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  2. Nice veg...it reminds me of my favourite yam basket.

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  3. Hi Tze,
    Guess you have settle down from your moving by now. Great to see a post from you :)
    I know my family will love this dish too. We especially love the roasted cashews..YUM!

    Would like to share with you I have tried your Hokkaido chiffon cake. It turn out great!
    Smooth top with almost no crack and the cake is fluffy and soft. Will post soon!
    Thanks for sharing such wonderful recipe.
    Thanks again for sharing your lovely dish to LTU!
    mui

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    1. Thank you Doreen for trying out the recipe! so happy to hear that you have a smooth top cake!! looking forward to see your post soon!

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  4. Hi Tze, crunchy & delicious meal, yummy to serve with rice ^-^!

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  5. I made a similar dish recently with cashews and celery but no butter. The butter must be an added bonus, with the extra aroma and butter-fragrance :)

    I came by from Lena's frozen wings blog.

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    1. hi Tigerfish, thanks for coming over!
      i was not blogging for a month because of house moving great to know you like the dish too!

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  6. Hi Tze, haven't seen you updated your blog for a while. You know what, Coles is doing special price cut on celery this week but since I don't use it very often, I didn't buy. Like this dish, esp with the addition of cashew nuts.

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  7. Hi Tze, this dish with butter flavoured cashew nuts, must be lovely.

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  8. I like this dish, I always order something like this when I dine out...heeheehee...you must be very busy recently...
    Thanks for linking up with LTU!

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  9. Tze, this is a lovely vegetable dish! The cashews must be so tasty roasted with butter!

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  10. Hi Tze,

    How is your new home at Qatar? Hope that you are settling well.

    Like stir fried celery with cashew nuts. Looks very homely to eat :D

    Zoe

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