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  • Stir Fry Dandelion Greens with Garlic Bowl

    Stir Fry Dandelion Greens with Garlic Recipe

    Share Dandelion or randa tapak in Indonesian is from genus Taraxacum (pron.: /təˈræksəkʉm/) which is a large genus of flowering plants in the family Asteraceae. They are native to Eurasia and North and South America. Two species of Taraxacum, T. officinale and T. erythrospermum, are […]

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  • Chinese New Year

    Happy Chinese New Year of Snake

    Share Wishing you a Happy Chinese New Year to anybody who celebrate it. May the snake year bring you a good fortune, prosperity and happiness! In Chinese new year, people is gathering with family and lots food especially whole fish, seafood, duck and chicken I […]

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  • The Front Yard and Signage of Warung Pulau Kelapa

    Bali: Warung Pulau Kelapa, Ubud

    Share After dropping all my luggages at 100 Sunset Boutique Hotel and filling up our belly at Warung Lawar Kartika with Lawar (Balinese meat salad), Sate Lilit Sapi (Bali Beef Sate) and Sop Sapi (Beef Soup), my ride took me to Ubud. Ubud is a […]

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  • Ikan Pindang

    Indonesian Fish Brine Recipe (Ikan Pindang)

    Share Ikan Pindang is a way to preserve the fish in Indonesia which I see very close to brining process. Brining fish and seafood is a great technique to flavour fish and seafood as the ocean itself is a sort of the original brine. Since […]

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  • Babat Gongso

    Babat Gongso Recipe (Semarang-Style Tripe)

    Share Babat Gongso is a legendary dish from Semarang and Solo, Central Java which is increasingly rare to be found. Once you have Babat Gongso and there are some left over, you can be continued cooking or transferring into Nasi Goreng Babat (Tripe Fried Rice). […]

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  • Chicken in Chili Sauce

    Ayam Masak Habang Recipe (Chicken in Chili Sauce)

    Share Ayam Masak Habang is a classic dish from Banjarmasin (South Kalimantan) that often sell at many eateries in the area with nasi kuning (yellow rice). To translate its name literally, ayam means chicken; masak means to cook or cooked and habang means red. Most […]

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  • Chinese Salt and Pepper Squid

    Chinese Salt and Pepper Squid Recipe

    Share In many Chinese restaurants in Winnipeg, the Salt and Pepper Squid is so salty and plus it’s not that spicy to my liking. Here, I tried to imitate one by reducing the salt, adding red bell pepper and more heat with more chilies. I […]

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  • Fish Pie

    Fish Pie Recipe

    Share Fish Pie is a traditional British food beside Fish Chips. After making fish and chips the other day, I still had some cod left in the fridge. I searched fish recipes that don’t need any deep frying method. Since cod is popular to be […]

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  • Top 15 Indonesia Eats Recipes

    2012 Top 15 Indonesia Eats Recipes & Happy New Year 2013

    Share Today is the last day of 2012 and I know I have been bad by not updating my blog lately. I apologize for that! In the year of 2013, I promise to showcase much more Indonesian and Asian recipes. I also would like wishing […]

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  • Kerala fish Curry

    Kodampuli Fish Curry Recipe (Kerala Fish Curry)

    Share Kodampuli Fish Curry is one popular dish from Kerala that is why it is known as Kerala Fish Curry.  I have been meaning to make this dish for ages but it never happened.  Lia of Spices Corner who introduced this dish to me as […]

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