Capcay Recipes

Delicious Capcay recipes

Delicious Capcay recipes

Article Contents:

1. Materials
2. How to Make

Capcay itself is a cuisine from China that we usually call Chinese food. Capcay is a food that is quite well known in Indonesia. In Hokkien dialect it literally means ‘variety of vegetables’, but it can also mean ten vegetables because the stamp means ‘ten’ while cai means ‘vegetable’.

Capcay Recipes
Capcay Recipes

You could say capcay is nutritious food because it consists of several vegetables which of course are beneficial for health. A variety of vegetables coupled with the taste of the delicious seasoning of capcay makes this dish has many fans.

Although capcay consists of various kinds of vegetables, making capcay remains simple, easy, and practical. Well, usually the menu is the mainstay of many people at home. Judging from the ingredients and seasoning like when you are making soup is not it? At first glance it looks like soup, but of course it’s different. Capcay uses oyster and soy sauce while the soup does not.

Cap cay itself has 2 variations, namely thick gravy and fried capcay. What’s the difference? If you are a Capcay lover and feel bored with the same things, here are some recipes for capcay that you need to try at home. Like what? Here is the recipe.


4 cloves garlic
1 teaspoon sugar
50 gr young corn / utri
2 cm ginger, bruised
4 tablespoons vegetable oil for sauteing
1 teaspoon of fish oil
10 caisim stems
salt to taste
100 gr cabbage flowers
4 cloves of shallot
10 quail eggs, boiled, peeled
3 fish meatballs, sliced
50 ml of water
1 red ripe tomato, cut into pieces
50 gr ear mushrooms, soak in hot water, drain
3 beef meatballs, sliced
1 teaspoon ground pepper
2 scallions, cut 3 cm
1 tablespoon cornstarch, dissolve in a little water
1 tablespoon of oyster sauce
50 gr beans, cut transversely
50 gr peas
1 carrot, thinly sliced ‚Äč‚Äčtransversely
2 sausages, cut into 2 pieces

How to Make:

1. Separate easily wilted vegetables with difficult wilting, cut, wash, drain
2. Saute onion and garlic until fragrant
3. Enter the tomatoes, ginger, meatballs, sausages, and eggs, stir
4. Enter the water and vegetables withered hard, stir over low heat until 1/2 withered
5. Add the oyster sauce, fish oil, sugar, pepper, and salt, stir well
6. Add easy withered vegetables and leeks, stir until wilted
7. Pour the cornstarch solution, stir quickly
8. Lift, ready to be served