Thursday, May 29, 2008

Flour Fritter a.k.a. Cekodok


How can you not love cekodok (che-core-dock)? Even my kwailo other half loves it. Its easy & quick to make since the basic ingredient are flour, egg, salt & cold water and delicious. The funny thing is he calls it cekodos since according to him, there's more than one (plural) thus the 's'. Hahahha.


When I make cekodok, I usually add some chopped onion and once in a while I add some small anchovies or chopped prawn/shrimp. The reason why I said 'small' is because he insisted that he doenst like anchovies nor shrimp/seafood. But as proven by the number of times that I made cekodok with anchovies or shrimp in it and he still devour them, i know its not true. :P (Note: But please dont do this at home with someone who's allergic to seafood ok?)

Flour Fritter / Cekodok

Ingredients:

1.5 cups multi-purpose flour (dont use self-raising flour)
1 egg
1/4 onion - finely chopped (optional)
5-6 shrimp - finely chopped (optiona)
1/2 teaspoon salt
3/4 cup cold water

Vege oil for deep frying


1. In a deep frying pan, heat the oil on medium high

2. Mix all the ingredients then only you add the water to form a batter.

3. Using a tablespoon, scoop & drop into the oil. Flip them once or twice until golden brown. (be careful when frying because sometimes they tend to splatter)

4. Repeat no.3 until all the batter are used.

You can eat it on its own or with ketchup or sweet chili sauce. I like having mine with Lingham chili sauce. ;)

15 comments:

JUN said...

wahhhh, dah balik yer..welcome back farina...hmm, trus masak..hehehe...

Retno Prihadana said...

It sounds familiar to me. I often add shrimps, sometimes only vegetables such us sliced cabbage and carrots, taste so good too :)

Anis Zainal-Pacleb said...

yippee..... finally i got to know someone who called cekodok, cekodok! yeay!! i was laughing so hard at this entry of yours and mom asked why. showed her the cekodok pix and she said esok kite masak ye? you see, such influence that you have....

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Salt & Turmeric said...

Jun, dah balik dah last week. memang terus ke dapur. hahah.

Retno, back home the street vendor usually use vege instead of shrimp since its cheaper. i dont use vege since hubby doesnt like it.

Anis, haha. the more glamorous name is of course cucur but hey, cekodok is a fun name no? im glad i influence u into having cekodok for breakfast trow. kirim salam kat ur mom. ;)

I Cook4Fun said...

Farina, I also like cekodok but I always add shrimps and chives to it and eat it with lingham chili sauce

PEARLY said...

woo fast and easy must try this for my kids xxxxxxxx

Dianne said...

heheeh nyaman cekodok baruk polah tadik hehehehe

Salt & Turmeric said...

Gert, u pun dipped into lingham cili sauce ya? hehe.

Pearly, yes very fast and easy to make. easy to eat also. lol.

Dayang, burp. alhamdulillah. lol.

Mochachocolata Rita said...

I totally love fried flour hehehee! I could eat just the flour coating of KFC chicken, minus the meat HOHOHO...so i MUST love your cekodoks

Pak Idrus said...

Lady, Ha! Ha!, Cekodok, served hot with that chilly sauce. Heaven!!. Indeed one of my favorite. Now Ababi come with the instant one whch is as good. We brought a few pack to Boston where we are living now. Senang, campur air and you are done.

I believe this cekodok has been around since our grands days in eon years ago. Perhaps when wheat flour was introduced to the society.

Have a nice day. Take care.

Salt & Turmeric said...

haha Rita, ur so like my hubby. Before he discovers there's popcorn chicken at kfc, he'd buy the regular pieces and eat all the crust/skin and leave the meat for me. The prob is, i dont like too much of meat either! I like the bones. lol.

Pak Idrus, my friend gave me the instant cekodok ikan bilis. Its not too bad but i stil prefer mine. lol. Cekodok is such a god-send.

Scarred Soul said...

Hi there!

Just wanna drop by and say hi.

A little trick for you to get a batch of crispy cekodok though is...

... to add a dash of hot boiling water or hot oil.

Sedap! :)

Salt & Turmeric said...

hi scarred soul. thanks for visiting. did u mean add the boiling water to the batter? i used cold water to make it softer.

MamaFaMi said...

When I prepare cekodok ikan bilis, I don't put eggs in it, but I add in baking powder. Kadang-kadang cheating, kalau malas tumbuk ikan bilis, I chuck in ikan bilis cube! Hehehe...that's my malas version la... Lepas tu letak bawang lelebih, cicah dengan sos cili Lingam. Mak ai....bestnya!