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  • Indonesian Basic White Spice Paste (bumbu Dasar Putih) | Indonesia Eats

    Bumbu Dasar Putih Recipe (Indonesian Basic White Spice Paste)

    FollowShare Bumbu Dasar (Basic Spice Paste) is an important in Indonesian cooking and varies depend on the colour matter. My Bumbu Dasar Kuning (Basic Yellow Spice Paste) was posted in 2011 and can be handy when you need to cook something yellow while this Bumbu […]

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  • Fennel, Avocado, Blood Orange with Sesame Dressing

    Fennel, Avocado, Pea Shoot and Orange Blood Salad with Sesame Dressing

    FollowShare This recipe is perfect for meatless Monday. I saw the fennel bulb at the market but never knew what to make from it until I opened up Michael Smith’s cookbook and now I’m hooked. At the beginning of my introduction to fennel bulb, I […]

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  • Warungs (Food Hawkers) at Pasar Senggol Gianyar

    Bali: Pasar Senggol Gianyar

    FollowShare On the way to Pasar Senggol Gianyar, my eyes were seeing that make me happy, a place to get food props.  I saw a sign “Pipin’s Lombok Traditional Art Shop”.  Hmm Lombok island has many pretty crafts too. So, I asked Bli Yudi to […]

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  • The Front Yard and Signage of Warung Pulau Kelapa

    Bali: Warung Pulau Kelapa, Ubud

    FollowShare After dropping all my luggages at 100 Sunset Boutique Hotel and filling up our belly at Warung Lawar Kartika with Lawar (Balinese meat salad), Sate Lilit Sapi (Bali Beef Sate) and Sop Sapi (Beef Soup), my ride took me to Ubud. Ubud is a […]

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  • Sumac Beet Chips2

    Sumac Beet Chips Recipe

    FollowShare Beet roots are often eaten in my household. I usually make them into salad, fritters or food colouring. Then, I turned the beets into chips after seeing a picture on pinterest that was pinned from Donna Hay as I needed an idea on how […]

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  • Meyer Lemon

    Meyer Lemon

    FollowShare 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)

    FollowShare 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)

    FollowShare 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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  • Bunga Kecombrang

    Torch Ginger, Wild Ginger (Kecombrang)

    FollowShare Torch Ginger or Wild Ginger (Etlingera elatior) is another valuable plant to be used in Indonesian Cooking. Not only the flower and young shoot/bud, the fruit is added an exotic flavour into some Indonesian foods. With many different dialects in the country, Torch Ginger […]

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    Bilimbi (Averrhoa bilimbi) and Asam Sunti

    FollowShare 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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