Coconut Archive

  • Srikaya 1

    Srikaya Jam Recipe (Coconut and Eggs Jam)

    FollowShare Srikaya jam is one of traditional flavour jams that I’ve known when I grew up in Indonesia.  North Sumatra where most my paternal extended family live and they often sent or brought us some goodies when they visited my family who live in Java. […]

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  • Wingko Babat 1

    Wingko Babat Recipe (Javanese Coconut Sticky Rice Cake)

    FollowShare Wingko is often known as Wingko Babat. Wingko is basically a Javanese sweet snack and made from a mixture of grated coconut, coconut milk and sticky rice or glutinous rice. Again, I approved to you that many Asian snacks or desserts are vegan and […]

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  • Ayam Goreng Kremes 2

    Ayam Goreng Kremes Recipe (Indonesian Fried Chicken with Crunchy Flakes)

    FollowShare Ayam Goreng Kremes is popular across the country.  Ny Suharti (or Mrs. Suharti in English) is a famous fried chicken chain restaurant  in Indonesia that offers ayam goreng kremes as the main menu. Beside ayam goreng kuning (Indonesian yelllow fried chicken), ayam goreng kremes is  another […]

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  • Pulut Panggang

    Pulut Udang Medan Recipe (Medan Shrimp Rolls)

    FollowShare When the Javanese adores lemper and the Manadonese loves lalampa, Medan has pulut udang. For those who know about Nyonya or Peranakan food will recognize this pulut udang.  Medan is very famous with its pulut udang.  Just like in Malaysia and Singapore, Medan (located […]

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  • Javanese Stuffed Taro Leaves

    Buntil Daun Talas Recipe (Javanese Stuffed Taro Leaves)

    FollowShare Buntil is a family of stuffed vegetable dishes in Indonesian cuisine and is known as a Javanese dish. Traditionally this buntil uses cassava, papaya or taro leaves. All those leaves are edible and most often are made for salad, stir fry, and curry base […]

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  • Coconut Beef satay

    Sate Klopo Recipe (Surabaya Coconut Beef Saté)

    FollowShare It’s summer now on the northern hemisphere. Perfect time for grilling or barbecuing. If you have been to Indonesia, you will notice there are many variants of Saté (known as Satay too). This time, I have Sate Klopo or Kelopo. Klopo or Kelopo is […]

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  • Kering Kentang

    Kering Kentang Recipe (Indonesian Dried Potatoes)

    FollowShare In Indonesia, potatoes are eaten for a side dish as vegetables and not a main carbohydrate source. We can eat potatoes with rice. This time I made my old time favourite, kering kentang or dried potatoes. Kering kentang is often served to ccompany nasi […]

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  • Gulai Daun Ubi Tumbuk

    Gulai Daun Ubi Tumbuk Recipe (Mandailing Crushed Cassava Leaves Curry)

    FollowShare Gulai Bulung Gadung Na i Duda or known as Gulai Daun Ubi Tumbuk in bahasa Indonesia is a one of my childhood curries as my paternal family is originally from Mandailing area.  Thou I was born and raised in Java, my late dad often […]

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  • Heici

    Ote-Ote/Heici Recipe (Javanese Shrimp Cake)

    FollowShare Ote-ote (read: oh-tay oh-tay) or heici (read: hay-chi) is another variety of fritters. Instead of translating into a shrimp fritter, I’d rather say it a shrimp cake. A similarity cuisine between Southeast Asian foods is common. One day when we went to a Vietnamese […]

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  • Durian Pudding - Indonesia Eats

    Durian Pudding with Pandan Vla Recipe

    FollowShare Durian is a fruit that either people will love it or hate it. Durian’s name comes from a Indonesian/Malay word “duri” which means thorn and -an is a suffix together for building a noun in bahasa Indonesia and bahasa Melayu.   The durian tree […]

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