Fruit Archive

  • Top 15 Indonesia Eats Recipes

    2012 Top 15 Indonesia Eats Recipes & Happy New Year 2013

    Share Today is the last day of 2012 and I know I have been bad by not updating my blog lately. I apologize for that! In the year of 2013, I promise to showcase much more Indonesian and Asian recipes. I also would like wishing […]

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  • Meyer Lemon

    Meyer Lemon

    Share I have Meyer Lemons’ picture long before I went for holiday last May.  These lemons have a named after Frank Nicholas Meyer, an agricultural explorer and employee of USDA who introduced them to the US in 1908.  That time was my first time trying Meyer […]

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  • Jambu Biji

    Guava (Jambu Biji)

    Share 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 […]

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  • Kedondong

    Kedondong (Ambarella)

    Share 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 […]

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  • Bilimbi3

    Bilimbi (Averrhoa bilimbi) and Asam Sunti

    Share 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 […]

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  • Es Teler

    Es Teler Recipe (Indonesian Iced Mix Fruit)

    Share Beside Es Campur (iced mix), Es teler is another mix ice that Indonesians are fond of. The Westerners may think es teler as a cold dessert but the Indonesian categorizes it as a beverage The basic es teler mainly uses avocado, jackfruit and young […]

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  • Durian Pancake

    Durian Pancake – Guest Post at Asian in America

    Share Durian Pancake  is a popular dessert in 3 Southeast Asian countries, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.   I don’t know why it’s called Pancake while the shape is similar to Crêpe that is filled and fold like an envelope. The Indonesian dark coffee (kopi tubruk) […]

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  • Durian Snowy Mooncake

    Durian Snowy Mooncake

    Share I was randomly asking on twitter, “which mooncake do you like the traditional or snowy ones?  I personally like the snowy one.  However, since I wasn’t grown up with mooncake I didn’t taste the one that a friend of mine, Tuty likes.   She likes the […]

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  • Mexican Avocado Dipping

    Guacamole Recipe

    Share I honestly tried guacamole for the first time when I moved to Canada. For us the Southeast Asian nations, avocado is for a sweet based beverage which I often enjoy with a mix of coffee and/or chocolate condensed milk; Jus Alpukat (Avocado Shake). To […]

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  • Asinan Bogor

    Asinan Buah Bogor (Bogor Fruit Pickle) Recipe

    Share Perfect and enjoyable for hot summer day! Asinan Bogor (Bogor Fruit Pickle).  It’s really easy to make and you can use any fruits that you like.  In this recipe, I substituted the chili pepper for scotch bonnet pepper. I also used tropical fruits that […]

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