Indonesian Food Archive

  • 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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  • 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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  • Be Pasih Mepanggang Recipe (Bali Marinated Grilled Fish)

    Be Pasih Mepanggang Recipe (Bali Marinated Grilled Fish)

    FollowShare If you notice, I don’t post lots recipe lately due to my hectic days, since for the past 3 weeks I have been at home around 9 PM Monday to Friday. I also had little rush days to go to my another job on […]

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  • Kari Deli 1

    Kari Deli with Roti Jala (Beef Curry-Deli Style with Net Flatbread)

    FollowShare Star Anise I bet everyone knows what star anise is. Star anise (in bahasa Indonesia known as bunga lawang or pekak) is a spice that resembles anise’s flavor with star-shaped pericarp of Illicium verum, a small native evergreen tree of southwest China. The star […]

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  • pecel tempe

    Pecel Terong Tempe (Surabaya Steamed Eggplants and Tempe with Spiced Coconut Milk Sauce)

    FollowShare My… my… my… this is one of my soulfood. I had been tempted to make it long time ago, but I kept delaying. Finally, I made this by adapting mbak Emi’s recipe. According mbak Emi, she didn’t add any shallot, but I did add […]

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  • Grilled Tude Fish

    Calamansi and Grilled Ikan Tude with Dabu-Dabu Sambal

    FollowShare As I mentioned on my old posts, I was born and grew up in Java island of Indonesia. Most of the Javanese use key lime (jeruk nipis), kaffir lime¬†(jeruk purut), jeruk limo (Citrus amblycarpa Hassk., nasnaran mandarin, leprous lime) for making sambal or reducing […]

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  • MendoanTempe

    Mendoan Tempe Recipe (Javanese Battered Tempeh)

    FollowShare As I noted on my post here, tempe is very popular and traditional food in Indonesia, especially in Java island where I was born and grew up. Tempe always brings my memory back to Indonesia, where I can find tempe easily, either fresh or […]

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  • Sambal Goreng Cirebon Recipe (Cirebon Fried Sambal)

    Sambal Goreng Cirebon Recipe (Cirebon Fried Sambal)

    FollowShare Still continuing my housewarming party’s recipe. Now it’s time for a recipe of Sambal Goreng Cirebon (Cirebonese Fried Sambal). It’s not really like a chili paste, a term for sambal. This sambal goreng’s recipe was adpated from Nining’s recipe, in which original recipe uses […]

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  • Kerang Hijau Masak Habang Recipe (Banjar-Style Mussel in Red Sauce)

    Kerang Hijau Masak Habang Recipe (Banjar-Style Mussel in Red Sauce)

    FollowShare Sustainable seafood? Is it a kind of seafood? What about Ocean Wise? VisitingVancouverlast summer probably was the week which I learned about a new thing that is related to environmental friendly. Back then, I was learning about 3R and sustainable development things which was […]

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  • Sop Konro (Makasar Style Beef Ribs Soup)

    Sop Konro (Makasar Style Beef Ribs Soup)

    FollowShare After I found out that somebody used my food picture of Sop Konro without linking back to my multiply or any permission, I was challenged to make another version of Sop Konro by adding nutmeg, Indonesian bay leaves (it’s also know as salam leaves), […]

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