Thursday, August 9, 2007

Bol...

Bol atau bergedil berkuah is the Jellanies favourite dish during the month of Ramadan during our younger days when arwah mak was still alive.As far I know we haven't eaten this anywhere else but maks.When the time comes for making this I am always the helper to make the bergedil and mind you its not the small size we buy now but huge one as bis as a tennis ball.



You need the above sliced onions,garlic,crushed ginger,cinnamon stick and star aniseed to boil the beef soup with.



Beef cut to small pieces and boil together with above ingredients till tender.




Add 2 tablespoon of tomato puree or paste,salt & sugar to taste and white pepper. Those with hot palate can add a tablespoon of cili boh.


While waiting the soup to cook .............................





Fry the defrost frozen bergedils ....with 1 beaten eggs.
Sliced the cucumber into rings and the tomatoes for garnishing................

With some peas ..... ooopss........ this is frozen before thawing them.

The result bol so yummy ....garnish with the cucumber,tomatoes,peas and fried shallot.
The Jellanies call it bol but if you know of any other names do let me know.
till my next recipe .......





8 comments:

D said...

yummm... wait for this hand to heal and I shall attempt it! HeHe. Err.. it reminds me of an Indonesian dish called Bakso - which I have never seen or tried myself!LOL

Kak Elle said...

d...

haha...ok do it once your hand is healed.Bakso?never eaten it but I think theirs is meatball kan?

loveujordan said...

nampak sedap...memang kami ni semua 'hantu' begedil.... bukan bedegil..hehehe.

Kak Elle said...

rina...

rasa sedap tak bohong...haha

lepas makan begedil bolih jadi degil eh?

M A Janssen said...

I love this dish Auntie Tipah & Mak always makes it for buka puasa & hardly ever the rest of the year. Cool song too & it's making me really homesick. On the upside, yr dapur blog is a big hit with my friends - not me tho :P sorry too lazy to cook properly!

Kak Elle said...

mus...

yes now I remember your late grandma used to make this too during ramadan...perhaps my late mom learn from her too:)

Your friends are most welcome to try my recipes.

M A Janssen said...

Yup, I think so too because my mum learnt ALL of her cooking skills from arwah Nenenk & unfortunately, I didn't inherit them as I don't have much patience!

Kak Elle said...

Mus...

it makes me wonder why only in ramadan they will make this???
I find that eating them on days like this have no kick!!hahaha