Vegetables Archive

  • Lontong Sayur Rebung

    Lontong Sayur Recipe (Indonesian Cooked Vegetables in Coconut Milk with Rice Cake)

    FollowShare Lontong sayur was one of the breakfast routine dishes when I lived in Bogor. A kind of breakfast that we can get from street food vendors with less price where you can add a protein choice such as boiled egg, beef or chicken. Due […]

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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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  • Cream of Mushroom and Dill Soup

    Cream of Mushroom and Dill Soup Recipe

    FollowShare Temptation to make a vegan version of mushroom and dill cream soup was held for moment and I couldn’t resist anymore. Plus, I didn’t have a class on Monday. The purpose of making vegan cream mushroom soup was to let my husband enjoy the […]

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  • Homemade Vegetarian Stock

    Homemade Vegetarian Stock Recipe

    FollowShare Homemade Vegetarian Stock is easy to make, especially if you are really concerned about your diet. By making your own stock, at least you know what the ingredients are. A number of store-bought stocks contain MSG (Monosodium Glutamate) which I have problem with. I […]

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  • Single Portion of VSR

    Vietnamese Salad Rolls Recipe (Gỏi Cuốn – Nem Cuốn)

    FollowShare I supposed to post Vietnamese Salad Rolls before my Breaded Curried King Oyster Mushroom. Too bad, I didn’t have time to take pictures on New Year’s eve. On that night, I chose Vietnamese Salad Rolls with Vietnamese Barbecued Shrimp Paste on Sugar Cane as […]

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  • Balado

    Balado, The Tangy Chili Sambal from West Sumatra

    FollowShare Sambal is such a staple sauce in Indonesia, with plenty of different assortments depend on the region. Another variety of sambals from Western Sumatra (a.k.a Minang) is balado. As I grew up with balado, this one was always on my dining table, at least […]

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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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  • Spanakopita

    Spanakopita Recipe

    FollowShare Spanakopita is a Greek spinach pie which is a perfect treat for those who  still consume cheese or dairy products. Most of the Greek restaurants that I have been to, have a triangle shape for spanakopita. I kept delaying to make this, because I […]

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  • Roasted Red Pepper Guacamole Hummus Sandwich

    Roasted Red Peppers, Guacamole and Hummus Sandwich

    FollowShare Sandwich is always be my husband’s favorite. I tried to make a different style of sandwich. The idea was come from Ina Garten which I have modified lots. Garten’s style sandwich: 1. has used balsamic vinegar to make roasted red peppers 2. has used […]

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  • Chinese Greens and Shrimp with Oyster and Hoisin Sauce

    Chinese Greens and Shrimp with Oyster and Hoisin Sauce

    FollowShare Most people who grew up in South-East and East Asian know this kind of Chinese greens. In Indonesia we add this into our bakso (meatballs soup), bakmi (fried or soup noodle), nasi goreng (fried rice) or just make them for stir fry. We, Indonesians, […]

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