Vegetables Archive

  • Javanese Stuffed Taro Leaves

    Buntil Daun Talas Recipe (Javanese Stuffed Taro Leaves)

    FollowShare Buntil is a family of stuffed vegetable dishes in Indonesian cuisine and is known as a Javanese dish. Traditionally this buntil uses cassava, papaya or taro leaves. All those leaves are edible and most often are made for salad, stir fry, and curry base […]

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  • Keripik Bayam

    Keripik Bayam (Indonesian Amaranth Greens Crackers)

    FollowShare Amaranth Greens Crackers are something that addictive to snack on.  Yunita Rahmasari or known as Tata of Bonita’s Cooking & Bento Wonderland will present a recipe on how to make Keripik Bayam (Indonesian Amaranth Greens Crackers.  She is a talented bentoist who share the same […]

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  • Korean Chive Pancakes

    Korean Chives Pancake Recipe (Buchujeon/Buchu Buchimgae)

    FollowShare 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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  • Gulai Daun Ubi Tumbuk

    Gulai Daun Ubi Tumbuk Recipe (Mandailing Crushed Cassava Leaves Curry)

    FollowShare Gulai Bulung Gadung Na i Duda or known as Gulai Daun Ubi Tumbuk in bahasa Indonesia is a one of my childhood curries as my paternal family is originally from Mandailing area.  Thou I was born and raised in Java, my late dad often […]

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  • Indonesia Eats

    Sun Fortune – Hong Kong Style Chinese Restaurant for the Birthday

    FollowShare To celebrate my birthday on May 10, I told to my closest friends to go out with me. As a foodie off course, I’d take them for something to fill our belly. When I contacted them, I was so happy to know that both […]

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  • Tiny Eggplants

    Tiny Eggplants (Tekokak or Rimbang)

    FollowShare There are some different eggplants. If you grew up in the tropical countries, you will notice some other different shapes and colours. This time I have tiny eggplants. In Indonesia there are two kind of tiny eggplants. One is called tekokak or rimbang (Solanum […]

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  • Vietnamese Lotus Root Soup

    Vietnamese Lotus Root Soup Recipe (Canh Củ Sen)

    FollowShare The idea of making Canh Cu Sen (Vietnamese Lotus Root Soup) happened when I stumbled upon Wandering Chopsticks post.  The original recipe is applied pork bones or ribs.  For those who can’t eat pork as I do, you can use beef marrow or beef […]

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  • Heici

    Ote-Ote/Heici Recipe (Javanese Shrimp Cake)

    FollowShare 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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  • Kimchi 2

    Kimchi Photoshots

    FollowShare Before you ask me how to make kimchi, I’ll tell you the kimchi wasn’t made by me.  A friend whom is also a Winnipeg based foodie was given to me.  Her husband is crazy about Korean food. As soon as he knows that I […]

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  • Mangut Ikan

    Smoked Fish Mangut Recipe (Javanese Smoked Fish Cooked in Spiced Coconut Milk)

    FollowShare It’s the renew picture of my mangut before.  At that time, I used ikan kembung (Indian mackarel or known as short body mackerel).  However, it still tastes different when you make it with smoked fish. This dish is a popular dish among the Javanese.  […]

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