Before going on, we would like to give special thanks to Greenpan for letting us try out their high quality non-stick pan in the video. If you like to buy them, you can go to any of the major department stores in Singapore such as Isetan, Robinsons, Takashimaya, BHG, OG, Metro or Tangs.
Some people love petai beans which are simply known as petai or pete, in Indonesia, but some really dislike it because of its odious smell. For those who enjoy petai, I have good news to share with you– petai has a high nutritional content, and has a lot of health benefits for our bodies. Woohooz!
Here are 30 scientific health benefits of petai according to Mr Google:
– Relieves depression
– Helps overcome with PMS disorders
– Prevents the occurrence of anemia
– Lowers high blood pressure
– Improves cognitive abilities
– Eliminates the feeling of tightness due to glut
– Eliminates itching due to mosquito bites
– Prevents obesity
– Good for gastric health
– High Vitamin A & C
– Reduces cholesterol
– Treats heart disease
– Can lower body temperature
– Prevents stroke
– Helps stop smoking
– Contains antioxidants
– Overcomes digestive disorders
– Clears constipation
– Helps manage diarrhoea
– Helps those with difficulty to defecate or take a pee
– Eases Abdominal pain
– Resolves Heartburn
Refer to the ingredient list below and watch our step-by-step video here for your easy reference.
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Making the sambal paste
Group A – blend altogether
2 tablespoons of dried shrimp (soaked in 1/2 cup of water — use the water as well)
10 pieces of shallots
5 pieces of dried chilli
10 pieces of fresh red chilli
Group B – fry
2 tablespoons of oil
Blended chilli paste (from Group A)
25g of belachan – dry roasted over low heat
1 teaspoon of sugar
Ingredients for stir-frying
1 red onion – sliced
150g of petai
Half of the sambal paste
1 tablespoon of water