Kacang Phool


I've never eaten kacang phool before or even heard of it, but one of my friend suggested to try this Malay dish.  I thought this was kind of like a Mexican flair because the broad beans are stewed with spices (coriander powder and touch of cinnamon) and minced meat.  They are garnished with chopped green chili, onion, fried egg and kalamansi lime wedge.  It is sopped up with Singaporean style baguette which is not like the traditional French baguette but more chewy.  Kacang (pronounced kachang) means beans in Malay but I cannot figure out what phool means (it was not in the dictionary), although it means some kind of flower in Hindi?  Great midnite snack!

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