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Fennel, Avocado, Pea Shoot and Orange Blood Salad with Sesame Dressing. Easy and refreshing with the Japanese twist
Stir Fry Dandelion Greens with Garlic. Easy and healthy
Ayam Masak Habang (Indonesian Chicken Chili Sauce). A great pair with nasi kuning (yellow rice)
Ikan Pindang. An Indonesian way to brine the fish in order to extend the shelf-life. Easy to make and soften the bones. Sardines, mackerel and tuna are the popular fish to be brined in Indonesia.
Perkedel is a dish that was borrowed by Indonesian from frikadel in the Dutch colonization. Made from potato and can be a vegetarian appetizer. Lovely pair with Indonesian chicken soup.
If you do love Salt and Pepper Squid from Chinese restaurants, try this recipe at home. I guarantee you will not thirsty as much since the saltiness is reduced and no MSG
Indonesian Chicken Curry with Torch Ginger, Gule Kuta-Kuta (Gulai Ayam Karo). Another exotic curry from Indonesia
Tekwan (Indonesian-Palembang Fish Balls Soup). Light and yummy!
Vegetable Beef Stir Fry. Easy to make and tender!
Semur (Smoor) Betawi, another type of Indonesian meat stew with brown gravy
Sop Kaki Kambing Jakarta (Jakarta Style Goat Feet Soup). Something different compare to other Indonesian soups.
Salted Caramel Sauce with a touch of vanilla. Sooo good with peanut butter cheesecake
Sambal Bajak (Javanese Sambal) to company Indonesian Fried Chicken.
Sambal Bawang (Indonesian Shallot and Garlic Sambal)
Ayam Goreng Kremes (Indonesian Fried Chicken with Crunchy Flakes). Try the different with a regular fried chicken.
Hainanaese Chicken Rice. Simple ingredients but flavourful
Guacamole, Mexican Avocado Dip. I often use for sandwich spread too
Japanese Ankanke Shrimp Tofu Mushroom Donburi. Easy to make at home and flavourful
Spanakopita, A claasic spinach pie from Greece
Caribbean Sorrel Drink. Lovely colours and high in vit C.
Who can’t resist the treat of Ferrero Rocher? You can make them at home :)
Singapore Chili Crab
Sate Kerang (Blood Cockle/Clam Saté). A Popular satay in East Java, Indonesia
Gnadasturi (Indonesian Breaded Sweet Mung Bean). Perfect to company a cup of tea.
Buntil Daun Talas (Javanese Stuffed Taro Leaves). Indonesian stuffed vegetables. Beside taro leaves, papaya and cassava leaves are the common leaves to be used for this recipe.
Blue Pea Vine or Butterfly Pea. Indonesian name: Bunga Telang. A natural blue dye.
Pulut Udang Medan (Medan Shrimp Roll). A classic Indonesian appetizer/snack, made from sticky rice and wrapped in banana leaves.
There are so many chicken noodle variants in Indonesia. Cwi Mie Malang is one of them.
Acar is an Indonesian style of pickle. It can be made from cucumber, pineapple, carrot, shallot and chili.
Shrimp and Chive Dumplings. Very light and easy to make.
Crab and Asparagus Soup. A classic Chinese style soup.
Lombok Kethok (Java Style Stir Fried Chilies). A simple dish that can be twisted for vegans.
Siomay Bandung - Bandung Style Steamed Dumplings with Peanut Sambal
Sambal Tumpang (Java Style Old Tempeh Sambal). Tempe or tempeh is a good protein resource for vegetarians and vegans.