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Indonesia Eats is written and photographed by Pepy Nasution; an Indonesian-born Winnipeg (Canada)-based food photographer.
A collection of Indonesian and Asian recipes with style, eye-catching photographs and personal stories about cooking Indonesian and being Indonesian away from home. Indonesia Eats is a memoir of her homeland.
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Pasar Ikan Kedonganan (Kedonganan Fish Market)
27 August 2016 8:36 PM | No Comments
Avocado Poppy Seed Cake Recipe
17 March 2014 10:51 PM | 16 Comments
Sup Kambing Medan Recipe (Goat Soup)
09 March 2014 6:46 PM | 2 Comments
03 March 2014 11:27 PM | 7 Comments
Ayam Pinadar Recipe (Andaliman Pepper Chicken)
23 February 2014 9:16 PM | 5 Comments
- Pasar Ikan Kedonganan (Kedonganan Fish Market)
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Posted on December 12, 2006 | 3 CommentsFollowShare This recipe was adapted from Krengsengan Kambing which is translated as Sliced Goat in Petis Sauce. Petis Udang means Shrimp Paste in English. Don’t get confused with Patis (Tagalog term for fish sauce). Several Eastern Javanese recipes call for Petis. They can be for […]
Posted on November 7, 2006 | 5 CommentsFollowShare Sup Buntut is one of popular soups in Indonesia. I used to make it with Indonesia instant seasoning “Munik”. The original recipe uses beef oxtail, carrots, chinese celery leaves, potato, shallots, garlics, ground nutmeg, cloves, white/black pepper, salt, and sprinkle with slice of green […]
Posted on November 6, 2006 | 1 CommentFollowShare I grew up with Japanese cartoon characters. One of my favourites was “Born To Cook”. It was about a young guy who really wanted to be a chef. He had a cooking battle like Iron Chef. As I remember he cooked Japanese Style Curry, […]