Easy Recipes Archive

  • Caribbean Sorrel Drink

    Caribbean Sorrel Drink Recipe

    FollowShare Everytime we go for Caribbean foods in town, I always ask for a bottle of sorrel drink. I just love the flavour and colour; a rich natural maroon colour with a hint of spices. I have been planning to make this drink one day […]

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  • Spanakopita

    Spanakopita Recipe (Greek Spinach Pie)

    FollowShare Spanakopita with a twist! Yes that is what I did. I don’t change much from recipe that I used before (please check my original spanakopita recipe!). All I did was omitting garlic and green onions, then I subtituted them for garlic chives. A chive […]

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  • Chocolate Hazelnut Truffles

    Homemade Ferrero Rocher (Chocolate Hazelnut Truffles) Recipe

    FollowShare Who can’t resist the treat of Ferrero Rocher? A famous Italian chocolate hazelnut that is produced by Ferrero SpA which is also the producer of Tic Tac and Nutella. Original Ferrero Rocher consists a whole roasted hazelnut encased in a thin wafer shell filled […]

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  • Gow Choi Gaau

    Shrimp Chive Dumplings Recipe (Gow Choi Gaau)

    FollowShare What can I say about these Shrimp and Chive Dumplings? Once you bite it, the sweetness of shrimp is splashing into your mouth with a hint of garlicky aroma. Who doesn’t love dumplings? Almost everybody I know love dumplings. I like all kind of […]

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  • Atjar

    Acar Recipe (Indonesian Pickle)

    FollowShare Acar (pronounce: aa-char) is the Indonesian word for pickle or the Dutch writes it atjar (an Indonesian old spelling). I believe the name of acar was influenced by the Indian traders who came to Indonesia long time ago. In Hindi, Urdu and Bengali, pickle […]

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  • Mie Rebus

    Bakmi Godhog Recipe (Java Style Boiled Noodle)

    FollowShare Besides bakmi, mie or mi is Indonesian words for noodle.  Godhog is a Javanese word for Rebus in Indonesian or Boiled in English.  So, Bakmi Godhog (or Mie/Mi Rebus) is literally translated Boiled Noodle in English. This Java style contains simpler spices compare to […]

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  • Lombok Kethok

    Lombok Kethok Recipe (Javanese Stir Fried Chilies)

    FollowShare This is my second time to do a guest post for another Malaysian blogger. Thank you to Ann for the opportunity.  Unfortunately, I kept postponing the write-up. Sorry Ann for that. Ann of Pigpigscorner is one of the bloggers who has made me drooled […]

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  • Crab Asparagus Soup

    Crab and Asparagus Soup Recipe

    FollowShare Who doesn’t love this typical egg drop soup?  This Chinese style gooey soup is a memoir of my childhood.  Whenever we went to the Chinese restaurant, we chose this soup for appetizer.  Often, mom recreated it at home.  While mom added fresh crab especially […]

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  • Pecel

    Pecel Recipe (Java Style Salad with Peanut Sambal)

    FollowShare As other Indonesian salads, pecel (or known as pecal) is enjoyed with a company of warmed cooked rice or lontong, other protein sources (such as fish, chicken, beef, tempe(h) or tofu) and crackers.  For those who know about gado-gado, lotek and karedok, you may love pecel […]

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  • Sambal Pencok

    Sambal Pencok (Sambal Terasi with Long Green Beans)

    FollowShare Another dish that I used to have when I still lived in my parents’ house.  I wasn’t aware of this dish’s name until Renny told me.  Yeah, I recreated the dish to what I recalled.  Then I chatted with my brother.  He asked to […]

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