SUPER EASY Rice Cooker Recipe: Seafood Porridge (Congee) 电饭锅海鲜粥



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In case you haven’t noticed, we love seafood but we gotta take it in moderation since none of us are getting any younger :p. This seafood porridge is so easy to cook and so yummy. Literally just dump everything in the rice cooker and voila! The seafood you use in your porridge doesn’t need to be exactly like ours. As long as they’re seafood, they’re good to be used to put this dish together.

Refer to the ingredient list below or go to our website here http://spicenpans.com/seafood-porridge/ for your easy reference.

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Ingredients:
Serves 6 pax

Making the porridge base:
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– 9 cups of water
– 30g of dried scallops soaked in 1 cup of hot water – shred scallops when soft and pour all the contents including water into the rice cooker
– 1/4 cup of glutinous rice
– 3/4 cup of Jasmine rice

Making meatballs
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– 100g of ready made fish paste
– 125g of minced pork or chicken
– 1/4 teaspoon of ssalt
– 1.5 teaspoons of cornflour
– 1 teaspoon of flounder or sole fish powder (can be replaced w/ 0.5 tsp of salt)
– A few dashes of white pepper

Other ingredients:
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– 250g of prawns (marinated with a pinch of salt & sugar)
– 100ml of cooking oil (can use peanut or vegetable oil)
– 400 – 450g of crab
– 1.5 teaspoons of salt

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14 Responses

  1. Kenny Rogers says:

    Mmmmmmm….. That taste soooo good but I'm now allergic to seafood due to my injuried left kneecap!! That taste soo delicious and refreshing porridge!! Great recipe!! See u anytime!!

  2. Stan Lee says:

    Anthony Bourdain would definitely love this dish… No :p ?
    RiP 🙁

  3. Russell Loh says:

    Wow porridge at another level. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Juliet Ong says:

    With all that seafood its sure to taste good. Where to buy sole fish powder. Can substitute with ikan bills powder? It’s troublesome to make. Did u soak the rice first?

  5. Erika Groote says:

    oh my friend. .I've been working the last few weekends and have been watching these late. this is another incredible dish xx

  6. Shark Guard says:

    What type of cup? How does 30 mins of my rice cooker = your rice cooker?

  7. maggie mira says:

    I do love seafood too and i do love
    Porridge.. Thank you for sharing this

  8. deerpark says:

    Perfect! I love your channel so much. Easy to follow, clear directions, delicious foods. I am so going to make this. 🦐

  9. Sio Lee says:

    Please do Nasi Lemak video

  10. Amanda T says:

    Very luxurious! There was once I made salmon porridge and it's so good, made my own salmon fish stock with the bones to cook the porridge. I love porridge, can't decide which is my favourite haha. Its a close call between tingzai porridge or pork with century eggs.

  11. Amanda T says:

    Very luxurious! There was once I made salmon porridge and it's so good, made my own salmon fish stock with the bones to cook the porridge. I love porridge, can't decide which is my favourite haha. Its a close call between tingzai porridge or pork with century eggs.

  12. Lem Tay says:

    Wow, it looks like such a satisfying yet light lunch, especially if during the week one has over-indulged in too much spicy or oily food. It gives the digestion some respite, but is still super-yum with all them goodies inside. So nice to have something without the dreaded MSG too!

  13. Kai Li Chew says:

    If I cook this in a pot over the stove, do I use low heat? Does the cooking duration remain the same?

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