Vegetables Archive

  • Boon Burger Cafe – Canada’s First All Vegetarian Burger Cafe

    Boon Burger Cafe – Canada’s First All Vegetarian Burger Cafe

    FollowShare I first interested after reading my Winnipeger’s foodie buddy, Zollipop. Back when she posted about it, I somehow forgot about this place. Then, two days ago at the urbanspoon, I found people posted some pictures of this cafe. One of them was a picture […]

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  • Lontong Sayur for the Eid

    Lontong Sayur Padang for the Eid

    FollowShare First and foremost, I thanked you whoever joined my lunch invitation at Eid yesterday.  Every eid, I usually cook a special menu that I barely make.  This eid ul-fitr, I made Lontong Sayur Padang.  It’s supposed to be Ketupat Sayur Padang, but I don’t have […]

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  • Vietnamese Grilled Beef in Wild Betel Leaf

    Vietnamese Grilled Beef in Wild Betel Leaf Recipe (Bò Nướng Lá Lốt)

    FollowShare Summer is almost over, but we still do grilling or barbecuing, don’t we? After choosing several different Vietnamese recipes from Vietnamese bloggers that I trust for its authenticity, I decided to go for Bò Nướng Lá Lốt (Bò = Beef, Nướng = Grill, Lá […]

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  • Binte Biluhuta Recipe (Milu Siram - Gorontalo Corn Soup)

    Binte Biluhuta Recipe (Milu Siram – Gorontalo Corn Soup)

    FollowShare Anybody remember the folk song of binte bilihuta? It’s not only a song title, binte biluhuta is a corn soup from Gorontalo. Gorontalo province is known as the largest corn producer in Indonesia. Beside as an export commodity, sweet corns are main ingredients in […]

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  • Greek Swordfish Salad with Vietnamese Nuoc Mam Cham and Mustard

    Greek Swordfish Salad with Vietnamese Nuoc Mam Cham and Mustard

    FollowShare What the heck I was making here! A Greek favourite met a Vietnamese sweet heart. This is my second time making Swordfish Souvlaki, but I never post my first souvlaki. I first got interested to Swordfish Souvlaki (Ξιφίας σουβλάκι)  when I saw a Canadian […]

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  • Corns in a cup

    Sredeg Recipe (Corns in A Cup)

    FollowShare A snack that I recalled from my childhood and was loved by maternal grandpa. Surely, this snack is loved by our family especially my baby brother. I enjoyed it for my iftar. Iftar is an evening meal during Ramadan which the Muslims can break […]

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  • Nasi Goreng Cabai Hijau

    Nasi Goreng Cabai Hijau Kemangi Recipe (Indonesian Green Chili Fried Rice with Lemon Basil)

    FollowShare Nasi goreng (fried rice) is a kind of signature dish in Indonesia. You can name many different variants. I bet you have seen some ready-to-use nasi goreng spices at grocery stores. To be honest, I only used that spices package of nasi goreng once. […]

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  • Dadar Jagung

    Dadar Jagung (Indonesian Corn Fritters)

    FollowShare Can you believe there are three names for these corn fritters in Indonesian? Dadar Jagung, Bakwan Jagung and Perkedel Jagung. Did you recognize one word is the same? …. Yes, you are right! It’s Jagung which means corn. I believe, every region has a […]

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  • Indonesian Amaranth Clear Soup

    Sayur Bening Bayam Merah Recipe (Indonesian Red Amaranth Clear Soup)

    FollowShare At least once a week, I had this Sayur Bening Bayam when I still resided at my parents’ house. It’s very light soup with lots of health benefits. As my maternal side is Eastern Javanese, we enjoy this with dadar jagung (Indonesian corn fritters/pancakes) […]

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  • Saute Wate Sspinach Belacan

    Cah Kangkung Terasi Recipe (Stir Fry Water Spinach with Terasi)

    FollowShare I bet people who grew up in South East Asian countries know this signature ingredient, dried shrimp paste. Many things I’d like to share here including different names of this ingredient in different countries, 3 different types of terasi in Indonesia and also how […]

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