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Prawns and Potatoes in Petai Beans Chili

Petai Beans or Parkia Speciosa or Stinky Beans, or in Indonesian language: Pete. I love petai beans chili. At home, it is very easy to find fresh petai beans, but here so far I can only find it canned. It is fresher and more crunchy cooking with the fresh petai beans compare to the canned one. What I like about the canned one that it doesn't leave any petai smell after eating it.
While the fresh one did, so you just have to eat fresh cucumber or gargle a cup of dark coffee.
Well not too bad to "cure" my craving for it ;-)

Prawns and Potatoes in Petai Beans Chili


Pound candlenuts until become paste you don't want to have it lumpy, it doesn't taste nice.

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