Latest Headlines
  • Singkong Goreng

    Fried Cassava and Sambal Roa

    FollowShare Cassava is one of popular tubber roots in Indonesia for snack but in East Indonesia cassava used to be a main source for carbohydrate. Cassava is also the ingredient to make tapioca starch or flour. To enjoy fried cassava (singkong goreng), Indonesians have a […]

    Full Story

  • Eid

    Happy Eid ul-Fitr 1433H

    FollowShare Eid Mubarak or Happy Eid Ul-Fitr 1433H to all Muslim friends and family! A bit late for this posting. Eid Mubarak is a phrase that can be translated into English as as “blessed festival”, and can be paraphrased as “may you enjoy a blessed […]

    Full Story

  • Sambal Tuktuk Closer

    Sambal Tuk-Tuk Recipe (Andaliman Fish Sambal)

    FollowShare Sambal Tuk-Tuk is another andaliman sambal from one ethnic group of Indonesia; it is from Tapanuli (Batak), North Sumatra. Sambal is like Indonesian staple food beside rice so it’s common when you visit Indonesia you will see many different varieties of sambal in every […]

    Full Story

  • Jambu Biji

    Guava (Jambu Biji)

    FollowShare Guava or Indonesians call for Jambu Biji is another tropical fruit that I miss. In Canada, I’m able to buy it but again it’s not as sweet and red as the ones that I used to get in Indonesia. Rally on my Indonesia trip […]

    Full Story

  • Kedondong

    Kedondong (Ambarella)

    FollowShare Kedondong (Ambarella) is another tropical fruit that I adore for rujak. Rujak Manis (or known as Rujak Buah) and Rujak Cingur are often added by kedondong (ambarella). If you are new to Indonesian Food, Rujak is basically a fruit salad. My rujak manis recipe […]

    Full Story

  • Indonesia Eats Featured on SEDAP, Indonesian Cooking Magazine

    Indonesia Eats Featured on SEDAP August 2012, Indonesian Cooking Magazine

    FollowShare Indonesia Eats is featured on SEDAP August 2012 issue!! Thanks to Shanti for the interview. Thanks to all who provided me with non-food pictures. All food pictures were originally posted on Indonesia Eats. The magazine is in Indonesian. Sorry for those who are not […]

    Full Story

  • Mango Salad

    Mango Salad Recipe (Rujak Mangga)

    FollowShare Mango is one of my favourite tropical fruits. Mangoes in Canada taste different. They don’t taste like mangoes that I used to have in Indonesia. Also the varieties are limited in Canada. I’m glad my brother still keeps the mango tree at our family’s […]

    Full Story

  • Gule Kuta-Kuta/Gulai Ayam Karo (Chicken Curry Karo Style)

    Gule Kuta-Kuta Recipe (Gulai Ayam Karo, Chicken Curry Karo Style)

    FollowShare What makes Gulai Ayam Karo (or Gule Kuta-Kuta in Karo’s dialect) different than other gule/gulai in Indonesia? Torch ginger flower (bunga kecombrang) and the fruit (asam cekala) have created the distinction. Most gule or gulai recipes that I’ve known need to stir-fry the wet […]

    Full Story

  • Bunga Kecombrang

    Torch Ginger, Wild Ginger (Kecombrang)

    FollowShare Torch Ginger or Wild Ginger (Etlingera elatior) is another valuable plant to be used in Indonesian Cooking. Not only the flower and young shoot/bud, the fruit is added an exotic flavour into some Indonesian foods. With many different dialects in the country, Torch Ginger […]

    Full Story

  • Bilimbi3

    Bilimbi (Averrhoa bilimbi) and Asam Sunti

    FollowShare BILIMBI Bilimbi (belimbing sayur or belimbing wuluh in Indonesian) is one of fruit ingredients in Indonesian cooking and Asam Sunti is the sun-dried form of bilimbi. Both are used to give a tart or sour flavour in Indonesian recipes beside tamarind. This bilimbi tree […]

    Full Story

Page 5 of 58« First...34567...102030...Last »