Monday, July 26, 2010

Kechara Salad

Kechara Salad is actually one of the vegetarian dish which originated from Kechara Oasis Vegetarian Restaurant over in Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia. Basically, it tastes a little like our Chinese 'Yu Sang'. Mainly because they used plum sauce for the salad dressing. And here's my copycat recipe.

Ingredients :
200gm shredded cabbage/purple cabbage
100gm shredded lettuce
1 large onion
20gm carrot julienne
1/3 cup roasted crashed peanuts & cashew nuts.
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Salad Dressing :

5 tbsp plum sauce
4 tbsp lemon juice
1 tspn kumquat extract/oil (or mandarin orange oil)
2 tbsp sugar
a dash of salt to taste
(mix all ingredients untill well combined)

Method :

- place all ingredients except crashed peanuts into a big mixing bowl.
- stir in the salad dressing and mix well.
- and sprinkle the top with crashed nuts just before serving.
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This is a delightful & easy to make salad. Less oily which is healthier! Hope you guys will like it too. I have the main course to go along with this. So, watch out for my up coming post. See ya!

34 comments:

Chow and Chatter said...

this looks great i need to get some plum sauce lol

Andrea@WellnessNotes said...

Sounds and looks delicious! It's very different from my "regular salads," so it's going on my "must make" list! :)

Belinda @zomppa said...

So interesting - Andrea is right - love that it's not the "usual"

Angie's Recipes said...

Love the plum sauce and the salad looks so light and refreshing!

alison said...

wonderful1!i'm craving for salads!and very unic with plume sauce!

alison said...

ps:thanks for beautiful words!simon is very well,he is sleeping now,dreaming a lot(robot boy and a lot of other cartoons...ha-ha!) ...

Pari said...

have not tried the plum sauce. The salad looks really good.

Peanutts said...

nice salad with a very interesting dressing. Whats for mains? :) by the way, you were right about the penang roads people drive like madmen!!!.

3 hungry tummies said...

Very refreshing! I am going to serve this with bbq fish next.

Jess @ Bakericious said...

Kristy, the salad looks gd. I love adding plum sauce in salad too, this is one of my snack when I am on diet :P

MaryMoh said...

That's a healthy one....perfect for slimming....hehe. I must eat more of this so that I can enjoy more desserts :D Hope you have a great day. Take care.

Anncoo said...

I think I'm having sore throat and I love to have this nice salad without the nuts.

Cheah said...

Kristy, this is interesting, never seen this before!

pegasuslegend said...

sounds like its easy to make, just got to get to an asian market now! thanks! sounds great!

smallkucing said...

less oily...i love that

Lyndsey said...

This looks delightful Kristy! I'm with Rebecca and need to get some plum sauce. My husband would love this! You are so versatile!

Cheers!

Foodessa said...

Kristy...the tangy sauce that was poured on this cabbage type salad seems to appeal to me quite a bit.
Will take this into consideration the next time I'm in the mood for good ole anti-cancer fighters ;o)

Ciao for now,
Claudia

Fimère said...

une salade végétarienne est la bien venue pour éliminer toutes les sucreries que j'ai manger tout le long de cette semaine
c'est parfait pour moi
bonne soirée

myfrenchkitchen said...

This is a delicious salad...I love that plum sauce in the dressing...lovely image too.
ronellemormicu

Cook with Madin said...

The salad looks great and refreshing too. I'd love to make them soon.

Cinnamon Girl said...

I'm not familiar with this salad but it sure looks like something I would like Kristy! And can you believe I never tasted plum sauce? I'm real curious about it...

Elin said...

Interesting Salad...I would like to try this salad out and I think it is good with fish or meat dish :) Thanks Kristy for sharing this recipe:)

citronetvanille said...

Oh Kristy, that salad is beautiful, I love kumquat scent you added, I'm sure that citrusy flavor is delightful with all those crunchy vegetables!

penny aka jeroxie said...

I like the salad dressing! I need to go on a diet.... heh

Claudia said...

Oh I do love this cabbage salad enhanced by the crunch nuts. The plum sauce sings - a definite dish on my table!

otehlia cassidy said...

So excited I found your blog. It looks amazing!

denise @ quickies on the dinner table said...

Looks so light and fresh! I've never heard of Kechara salad, and I'm just next door! Must try it, now that you've introduced me to it :)

Jeannie said...

I seldom eat salad but this one sounds very delicious with kamquat and plum sauce in it!

Anna said...

Delicious combination, looks yummy.

My Little Space said...

Rebecca : Thank you. Hopefully, you find the plum sauce soon.

Andrea : Thanks and glad that you like it too!

Belinda : Thanks and hope you will enjoy this.

Angie : Loving yours too!

Alison : Great to hear that Simon is fine.

Pari : Thank you very much!

Peanutts ; Haha... but you have fun, right!

3HungryTummies : Enjoy, guys!

Jess : Haha... what happen to you, darling?

Anncoo : Great! Hope you will like it too.

Claudia : Hope you will enjoy this!

smallkucing : You just go to visit Kechara Oasis Restaurant will do! LOL. hehe....

Lyndz : Thanks! Hope he likes it too. Then you will put a big smile on your face. hehe...

Claudia : I always love anything with sweet & tangy flavour. But not everyone liking indeed. Hope you will be feeling great soon!

Fimere : Merci! Hope you will enjoy the recipe too. Have fun!

myfrenchkitchen : Hello there, glad to hear from you. Thank you for your lovely comment and hope to hear from youu more often.

Madin : Hope you will enjoy it!

Reeni : Hope you will find some plum sauce to try it out! & have fun!

Elin : For use! Hope you will enjoy it!

Silvia : Yeah, it is! I think it will goes well with your zucchini quiche.

Penny : Gee, what happen to you too! haha....

Claudia : ^_^ Thanks alot! Gald you like it too.

Otehlia : Hi there, welcome to my humble little space. Hope to hear from you more often.

Denise : Hope you will like it!

Jeannie : Aiyaya... then you must visit Kechara Oasis Restaurant soon!

Anna : Nice to hear from you and glad you like it.

Thanks everyone for stopping by and spending your time here. So, enjoy and have fun!
Hope you're having a wonderful day.
Cheers, Kristy

Cathy said...

Yum, that salad dressing looks fantastic! Kumquat and plum sauce...delicious.

Barbara said...

Super recipe, Kristy! A fabulous cole slaw with a marvelously unusual dressing! I love the idea of plum sauce!

Pam said...

Oh, this sounds absolutely delicious! Love the nut combo in it and the dressing sounds so good! Not lots of oil makes it even better!

Keri said...

This is right up my alley. I'm doing it on Sunday. Thanks, Keri

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