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Indonesia Eats is written and photographed by Pepy Nasution; an Indonesian-born Winnipeg (Canada)-based food photographer.
A collection of Indonesian and Asian recipes with style, eye-catching photographs and personal stories about cooking Indonesian and being Indonesian away from home. Indonesia Eats is a memoir of her homeland.
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Bumbu Dasar Putih Recipe (Indonesian Basic White Spice Paste)
10 June 2013 9:12 PM | 2 Comments
Keripik Paru Recipe (Indonesian Beef Lung Crackers)
06 June 2013 10:53 PM | 2 Comments
Sushi Hut, Brandon
16 May 2013 9:26 AM | 3 Comments
Ikan Ceng Cuan (Braised Ginger Fish – Peranakan Style)
09 May 2013 7:00 AM | 7 Comments
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Posted on February 5, 2012 | 11 CommentsShare With a recipe of nasi kuning (yellow rice), urap (vegetables salad with spiced coconut dressing), chicken balado (chicken chili sambal) and potato perkedel, I presented my second Indonesian cooking demo on January 28, 2012 at the same place, d.a. Niels Gourmet Kitchenware as my...
Posted on February 2, 2012 | 7 CommentsShare Potato Patties or perkedel kentang is Indonesian mashed potatoes patties. The word perkedel was derrived from Dutch frikadel. Shallots, garlic, candlenuts, nutmeg, white pepper, chopped Chinese celery are added into mashed potatoes mixture, then shaped into patties. These little round patties are then dipped...
Posted on May 31, 2011 | No CommentsShare 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...
Posted on November 17, 2010 | 24 CommentsShare From the name siomay, you can tell this food had an influence from the Chinese who immigrated to Indonesia long time ago. A word of siomay itself is derived from shaomai (also spelled shui mai, shu mai, sui mai, sui maai, shui mei, siu...
Posted on November 6, 2006 | 1 CommentShare I grew up with Japanese cartoon characters. One of my favourites was “Born To Cook”. It was about a young guy who really wanted to be a chef. He had a cooking battle like Iron Chef. As I remember he cooked Japanese Style Curry,...