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Stir Fried Jungle Fern (Midin)


Jungle fern is a fern and locally known as midin, milin or bilin or pucuk paku in Malay. A special wild fern that grows on the island of Borneo. It tastes crisp and delicious. It has a crispy texture and tastes very good.

1 bundle midin
3 tbsp anchovies - soak in hot water for few seconds
1 red chili - sliced
3 shallots - chopped
2 tbsp soy sauce
1 thumb size shrimp paste - dissolve with 3 tbsp water.


Clean midin, pick only tender parts of the stalks. Set aside.

Heat 3 tbsp of cooking oil in a wok, fry in together shallots,chili and anchovies and bring chopped shallots to brown while anchovies to golden crispy.

Pour in dissolved shrimp paste and soy sauce, mix well over medium-high heat until the water almost evaporated but not too dry. Reduce heat and dump in midin and stir fry for 30 seconds.

Dish out and serve hot.

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1 comment:

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