Easy Recipes Archive

  • Nanas Goreng

    Nanas Goreng (Indonesian Pineapple Fritters)

    FollowShare I still remember when I was a kid I liked staring and browsing recipes on my mom’s booklets that she had been collecting from the Indonesian women magazine, Sarinah. At that time, I never tried to make one of those recipes. As I recall, […]

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  • Foacaccia Bread

    Focaccia Bread Recipe

    FollowShare First story of my Focaccia bread was starting at work. I was reading a recipe of Focaccia bread, I had to make them for the supper and I asked Dan to show me how to make it at that time. Dan told me that […]

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  • Baked Rosemary Escargot

    Baked Rosemary Escargot Recipe

    FollowShare While I was in Indonesia, it was pretty popular with sate bekicot (snail satay or sate) or keripik bekicot (snail’s crackers). I was tempted to play around with my rosemary and added into my escargot a. k. a snail.   Ingredients: 1 can escargot, […]

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    [WHB] Rosemary Braised Lamb Shanks

    FollowShare I was curious how braised lamb shanks taste, which most of food shows said so tender. I had been looking for the recipes on the internet and and found lots of them. Most of the recipes are called for red wine, I tried to […]

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  • Ultimate Chocolate Pudding

    Ultimate Chocolate Pudding

    FollowShare After making Asian style pudding, Mango Orange Pudding, it’s time to try the Western style rich chocolate pudding, Ultimate Chocolate Pudding for MFM# 12 with a theme “egg”, hosted by mbak Yenny of Yenny and Family. I bet most people love chocolate, but have […]

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  • mango orange pudding

    [WHB] Konyaku and Mango Orange Pudding

    FollowShare Have you ever heard about konyaku, shirataki or iles-iles before?  Konyaku is a traditional Japanese jelly-like health food made from a kind of potato called “Konnyaku potato” and calcium hydroxide or oxide calcium extracted from eggshells.  I my self didn’t know that konyaku potato […]

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  • Martabak

    [WHB] Indonesian Tuna and Mushroom Martabak

    FollowShare Martabak is one of Indonesian popular tidbits/appetizers, which was influenced by Indian culinary. Back then, while I still was in Indonesia, it’s easy to find martabak everywhere and usually sold at street food vendors/hawkers. Martabak has many different varieties in filling, the most popular […]

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  • Cashew Orange Biscotti

    Cashew Orange Biscotti

    FollowShare Biscotti (plural of Italian biscotto, roughly meaning “twice baked”) are crisp Italian cookies often containing nuts or flavored with anise. This recipe was inspired by Canadian Living magazine and my blogspot’s buddy, Little Corner of Mine. By substituting butter for canola oil and using […]

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  • Sambal tomat

    Sambal Tomat Recipe (Tomato Sambal)

    FollowShare The series of sambal hasn’t been ended yet. Enjoy this Sambal Tomat with Be Pasih Mepanggang, Sambal Matah and warmed cooked rice as well. I finally did post all the parts of Be Pasih Mepanggang. In this recipe, I didn’t use regular red chillies, […]

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  • Holubtsi

    Holubtsi Recipe (Ukrainian Stuffed Cabbage Roll)

    FollowShare I bought a whole cabbage for making siomay bandung (Bandung style fish steamed dumpling), had lots leftover since I didn’t need too much cabbage for that. I browsed a recipe of Holubtsi. I see this dish every special day or season at my husband’s […]

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