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  • Tahu Campur

    Tahu Campur Seller, One of Many Street Foods in Indonesia

    FollowShare Tahu Campur or Mix Tofu is literally translated for this dish. This Tahu Campur is the Eastern Javanese style which is different with Central Javanese. The East Javanese has a soupy look with the addition of tofu, chunk of beef, cassava cake (perkedel singkong), […]

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  • Arsik (Spiced Carp with Torch Ginger and Andaliman – Mandailing Style)

    Arsik Recipe (Spiced Carp with Torch Ginger and Andaliman – Mandailing Style)

    FollowShare Arsik is basically a stewed fish dish that is spiced up with torch ginger (kecombrang). My visit to Indonesia has made me more aware about two different recipes of Arsik. For so long, I’ve known Arsik is spiced up with torch ginger and andaliman […]

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  • Sate Komoh

    Sate Komoh Recipe (Indonesian Spiced Beef Saté – East Java Style)

    FollowShare I’ve known Sate Komoh as Sate Bumbu Rujak for ages until I learnt cooking and realized that they both are the same. You probably noticed why I don’t use the word satay. Sate is the correct Indonesian spelling, so I use sate for Indonesian […]

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  • Kampoeng Tempo Doeloe

    Kampoeng Tempo Doeloe, Jakarta Food Event

    FollowShare Kampoeng Tempo Doeloe is the old Indonesian spelling of Kampung Tempo Dulu which means Kampung (Village) in the Past. After pouring sweat at Pasar Senen, Nizar and I hopped on the cab. Nizar would like to take me to the event “Kampoeng Tempo Doeloe”; […]

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    Food Props Hunting and Shots at Pasar Senen, Jakarta

    FollowShare Visiting traditional markets in Indonesia was one of my “must-visit” lists when I was in the country. One of the markets was Pasar Senen (Senen means Monday while pasar means market) in Jakarta. Pasar Senen is a heaven for foodies who collect food props […]

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  • _MG_1813

    I’m Back

    FollowShare Hello all… I’m back after a long break of blogging. The reason why I didn’t blog is… I traveled to 2 different islands and 5 different major cities in Indonesia within 25 days. What I did? I learnt Indonesian herbs, ate my childhood fave, […]

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  • Appam

    Apom or Appam Recipe (Indian Fermented Rice Pancake)

    FollowShare There are plenty Indian foods that became a part of Malaysian cuisine. One of them is apom or appam. To share you this variety of Indian Fermented Rice Pancake, I have Ribbon and Circus who owns beautiful blog with surely mouth-drooling pictures. I always […]

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  • Kheema Pav 3

    Indian Sloppy Joe Recipe (Khema Pav)

    FollowShare Kulsum of Journey Kitchen is one of Indian bloggers that I have known quite some times through twitter.   I admit that I like stalking her around.  Her photography skill has been showing on how serious she is about food photography. About one month […]

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  • Bubur Biji Ketapang/Bubur Biji Salak (Indonesian Sweet Potato Dumpling)

    Bubur Biji Ketapang – Bubur Biji Salak Recipe (Indonesian Sweet Potato Dumpling)

    FollowShare Bubur Biji Ketapang (in Sumatra) or Bubur Biji Salak (in Java).  Both are the same sweet snack and made from sweet potato which I prefer translate into Sweet Potato Dumpling instead Sweet Potato Porridge. Bubur means porridge while biji means seed. Ketapang is a […]

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  • Ethiopian Meal

    Ethiopian Cooking Class

    FollowShare Having the opportunity to take a cooking class for another ethnic is very valuable to me. My introduction to Ethiopian food was begun in 2008 in which I tried one of Ethiopian restaurants in Winnipeg. I’m very lucky to live in such a diverse […]

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