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  • How To Make a Clean Nasi Uduk

    How To Make A Clean Nasi Uduk

    FollowShare Nasi Uduk is very popular in Java especially West Java and Jakarta areas. It’s a Betawinese Scented coconut Rice. Many people asked me did you make your nasi uduk with a rice cooker or the old style one? Before I answered that question, I […]

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  • Cuka Aren&Cuka Lahang

    Canesugar and Nypa Sap Vinegars (Cuka Lahang and Cuka Aren)

    FollowShare I realized some of my Indonesian readers don’t know about Cuka Lahang (Canesugar Vinegar). This vinegar is used in West Java area more, especially for sate maranggi (Cianjur or Purawakarta Beef Sate). Another vinegar that I like to use is Cuka Aren (Nypa Sap […]

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  • Indonesian Chicken Noodle

    Mie Ayam Jamur (Indonesian Chicken Mushroom Noodle) Recipe

    FollowShare Bakmi Ayam Jamur is another name for Mie Ayam Jamur.  It’s another typical of Indonesian Chinese cuisine or we call it “Peranakan”.   According to wikipedia, Indonesian-Chinese Food is characterized by the combination of the Chinese and the local Indonesian style.  Adding chili, santan (coconut […]

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  • Gulai Kerapu Tauco

    Gulai Kerapu Tauco (Grouper Curry with Fermented Salted Soy Bean)

    FollowShare Gulai Kerapu Tauco is very interesting combination dish. Indonesian gulai is influenced by South Indian cuisine especially curry and by adding fermented salted soy bean sauce/paste (or tauco), it makes this dish very fusion. Tauco is a part of Peranakan ingredients in Indonesia. In […]

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  • is a Thief is a Thief

    FollowShare Does anybody know about this, an online Asian store? I know nothing about their company, but I know one thing. They’re sneaky thieves. I’m accusing them, aren’t I? Let’s make it clear here. I was checking the website to find a large mortar […]

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  • Bunga Turi

    Bunga Turi (Sesbania grandiflora)

    FollowShare I call this bunga turi (in Javanese: kembang turi); literally translated bunga or kembang means flower and turi is the tree name for Sesbania grandiflora in Indonesian. Although I had bunga turi for the first time when I was a kid, I noticed some […]

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  • Sambal Bakso

    Sambal Bakso Recipe (Sambal for Indonesian Meatballs Soup)

    FollowShare Sambal bakso is an important condiment to enjoy bakso and mie ayam jamur (chicken and mushroom noodle). About 3 years ago, I bought a jar of sambal bakso “Megahsari” from Tante Grace in Vancouver. Most Indonesians who live in Western Canada know her and […]

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  • Indonesian Beefball Soup

    Bakso Campur Recipe (Indonesian Mixed Meatballs Soup)

    FollowShare Bakso is such a staple meatballs soup in Indonesia and enjoyed by people at any ages. It’s important to eat it with sambal bakso. I’ll post the sambal bakso soon. I grew up with bakso Malang style. When I was a kid, I recalled […]

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  • Fried Bihun ala Old Jakarta Kota Station

    Fried Bihun ala Old Jakarta Kota Station

    FollowShare Bihun or rice vermicelli often uses in Indonesian recipes. Wiffy’s post, fried bee hoon has reminded me of this old time snack. It was the time whenever my destination was Jakarta Kota aka Beos, an old area of Jakarta with heavy inhibited by Chinese […]

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  • Dandelion Deli

    Dandelion Deli

    FollowShare Dandelion Deli used to be named Dandelion Eatery. It was a fantastic place for vegetarians and vegans or for those who want to know exactly where our food is coming from. I’m not a vegan nor vegetarian, but with a husband who has some […]

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