Kecap Manis Archive

  • Fried Bihun ala Old Jakarta Kota Station

    Fried Bihun ala Old Jakarta Kota Station

    FollowShare Bihun or rice vermicelli often uses in Indonesian recipes. Wiffy’s post, fried bee hoon has reminded me of this old time snack. It was the time whenever my destination was Jakarta Kota aka Beos, an old area of Jakarta with heavy inhibited by Chinese […]

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  • Bistik Lidah Asap

    Surakartan Smoked Oxtongue Bistik Recipe (Bestik Lidah Asap Solo)

    FollowShare Bistik is the Indonesian way for beef steak or biefstuk in Dutch. With the use of potato, mayonaise, bistik’s name, this dish is a part of the marriage between Indonesian and Dutch cuisine. However, the Javanese says bestik, so I wrote as the Surakartan […]

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  • Lumpia Semarang 2

    Lumpia Semarang Recipe (Semarang Style Springroll)

    FollowShare Lumpia Semarang is known as a street hawker food in Indonesia that you can get everywhere and cheap in the country. Also it was one of my favourite street foods. It is served with brown sauce and cucumber shallot pickle. This recipe was modified […]

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  • Indonesian Grilled Squids

    Indonesian Grilled Squids with Sweet Soy Sauce Recipe (Cumi Bakar Kecap)

    FollowShare I have taken so many pictures lately, but didn’t have time to post them on blogspot. Challenging my self to 365 days project is what I have been doing. This project is to explore more your photography skill by doing things that we don’t […]

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  • Indonesian Squid Satay with Kecap Manis

    Sate Cumi Kecap Recipe (Squid Saté with Sweet Soy Sauce)

    FollowShare (These pictures are also old stocks, so you will find 2008 as the year) This recipe is not the Indonesian’s classic sate variants. I myself like to use a word sate rather than satay. However, we can make sate with whatever you feel like, […]

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  • Indonesian Stewed Oxtongue

    Indonesian Oxtongue Semur Recipe (Semur Lidah)

    FollowShare Although nutmeg is native to Indonesia, it is not often used in cooking, except in beef, oxtail, or oxtongue soups or stews such as this semur lidah. Added by potato cubes into semur lidah, you can tell this dish was influenced by the Dutch. […]

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  • Gado-Gado Surabaya

    Gado-Gado Surabaya – Guest Blogging at Rasa Malaysia

    FollowShare To begin with, I was surprised that Rasa Malaysia has chosen me to be the guest writer of Indonesian cuisine on her blog. Rasa Malaysia is one of my inspired blogs among the Asian specialty blogs. We share the same passion for Asian food […]

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  • East Java Stewed Goat

    Krengsengan Kambing Recipe (Eastern Javanese Stewed Goat)

    FollowShare Dhi of Cooking Etcera has made me craved for something with Petis which I used to have almost everyday while I was still in Sidoarjo, the city of Petis. A number of dishes in East Java province are enriched with Petis. Sidoarjo is one […]

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  • Stir Fry Fiddleheads

    When Manitoban Wild Fiddlehead Ferns Met Indonesian Kecap Manis

    FollowShare For people who grew up with Sumatran culinary (just like myself), fiddlehead ferns might not be extraneous. They are what the Indonesians call for pakis or paku. I grew up with several kinds of Sumatran gulais (curries), one of them was gulai pakis or […]

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  • MendoanTempe

    Mendoan Tempe Recipe (Javanese Battered Tempeh)

    FollowShare As I noted on my post here, tempe is very popular and traditional food in Indonesia, especially in Java island where I was born and grew up. Tempe always brings my memory back to Indonesia, where I can find tempe easily, either fresh or […]

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