Egg Archive

  • Srikaya 1

    Srikaya Jam Recipe (Coconut and Eggs Jam)

    Share 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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  • Lamongan Chicken Soup

    Soto Ayam Lamongan Recipe (Lamongan-Style Chicken Soup)

    Share Soto is one of Indonesian popular foods.  With many different regions and ethnicities, they do enrich the variety of soto itself in the country.  Soto is an Indonesian soup that can be made with or without coconut milk.  This time, I present Soto Ayam Lamongan. […]

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  • Jadah Manten 1

    Jadah Manten (Javanese Glutinous Rice Roll Wrapped in Omelet)

    Share This Jadah Manten – Javanese Glutinous Rice Roll Wrapped in Omelet was shared by Tika of Cemplang Cemplung.  My third Indonesian food bloggers that I approached to be my guest blog post.  I just wanted to  you all realize that there are many talented Indonesian food […]

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  • Korean Chive Pancakes

    Korean Chives Pancake Recipe (Buchujeon/Buchu Buchimgae)

    Share Buchujeon and Buchu Buchimgae have the same meaning; Korean Chive Pancake. Jeon or Buchimgae is a delicious and savoury Korean pancake-like dish made from various ingredients and they are mixed into a wheat flour-based batter, and then pan fried.  Buchu is a Korean term […]

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  • Jewish Yeast Bread

    Honey Challah (חלת דבש) – Jewish Yeast Honey Bread

    Share I am so happy to have Shulie on Indonesia Eats. For those who read this blog regularly must know Shulie of Food Wanderings, a talented foodie blogger with very unique culture background.  I was her blog guest post on April with my vegan easy […]

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  • Peranakan Shrimp Cake

    Peranakan Shrimp and Chicken Cake Recipe (Kee Kian or Kekian)

    Share For people who live outside Indonesia, Malaysia or Singapore, you may know the term of Nonya instead of Peranakan.  Peranakan Chinese and Baba-Nyonya are terms used for the descendants of late 15th and 16th-century Chinese immigrants to the Nusantara region during the Colonial era. […]

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  • Heici

    Ote-Ote/Heici Recipe (Javanese Shrimp Cake)

    Share 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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  • Tahu Tek

    Tahu Tek Recipe (Surabaya Style Tofu and Bean Sprout Salad with Dark Peanut Sauce)

    Share Tahu Tek or loosely translated as Tofu and Bean Sprout Salad with Dark Peanut Sauce is commonly found in Surabaya and its suburban. The tahu tek hawkers bring a pushcart on streets and make noises by hitting a spoon on the wok “tek tek […]

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  • Bittermelon Omelette

    Bitter Melon Omelette

    Share My family style of omelette is added by shallot and chili slices and we enjoy it with sambal kecap manis (kecap manis, shallots, chilies and key lime). Growing up with bitter melons (pare, paria) for salad, stir fry and dumpling, I never thought making […]

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  • Baso Tahu Goreng

    Batagor Recipe (Indonesian Fried Dumplings)

    Share Batagor is an abbreviation from baso tahu goreng. Here is a little tutorial of bahasa Indonesia. Baso or bakso means meatballs; tahu means tofu and goreng means fry. I prefer translate those words into Fried Dumpling as it contains fried fishballs, shu mai, and […]

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