10 minutes springroll/popiah

I was craving for some fried popiah the other day, and seeing that I have some popiah skin in the fridge, I decided that some fried popiah will just do for my tea break snacks. Be forewarned, though, my popiah is not your ordinary popiah where the fillings is made of cucumber, turnips or even shredded carrot. My Popiah is the lazy people’s popiah. The fillings is made from  canned sardines. 😀


1 can of sardines/mackerel in tomato sauce

1 chilli, sliced

1 shallot/Bombay onions, sliced

A bit of lime juice/a sprinkle of salt

Here’s how you do it:

Prepare the fillings by dumping the content of the can into a small bowl and mash the sardines/mackerel. Mix the mashed sardines/mackerel with sliced onion/shallots  and the thinly sliced chillies along with a bit of lime juice/a sprinkle of salt. Mix well.

Wrap up the fillings with the popiah sheets and deep fry them for about 5 minutes or til golden brown.

And serve with your favourite sauce.

Cleffairy: Well, don’t be jealous. I’m the kind who won’t even grow fat even if I’m dipped in a tub of lard or oil!


    • Cleffairy says:

      Sausages? I never seen those with sausages before, but that is a great idea, Cikgu. I might make some with sausages and cheese inside… hmmm… just imagining the cheese oozing out is makin me drool! OMG! I’m my own victim!

    • Cleffairy says:

      Very yummylicious, and though it gives bad breath, it keeps those annoying people away from you. LOL…good remedy for annoying people who loves to gossip around!

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