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Indonesian Wonton

Fried Wonton Recipe (Pangsit Goreng)

Wontons are one of my comfort food, either in deep fry, steam or soup base. I sometimes bake them as well. In Indonesia, wontons (deep fried or steamed) are used for a companion to eat bakso (Indonesian meatballs soup). You can be creative with the filling; the most common fillings in my home-country are shrimp, …

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Surakartan Smoked Oxtongue Bistik Recipe (Bestik Lidah Asap Solo)

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 custom. Surakarta (known as Solo) is a city in Central Java …

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Call It Fusion – Javanese Fried Bihun Topped with Salmon Teriyaki

I totally made a fusion food.  Bihun is what people known for rice vermicelli.  This dish was influenced by the Chinese immigrants in Indonesia. Incorporated with Javanese spices makes this dish a Javanese dish. Topped with Salmon Teriyaki induces a totally fusion dish.  To be exact, everything in these two foods are fusion. I posted …

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Sambal Tempe Penyet (Eastern Javanese Crushed Tempe Sambal)

I won’t try to spell tempeh since the correct one is tempe. As I recalled tempe is one of the cheapest protein sources in Indonesia. It’s very different in Canada. Tempe is pretty expensive and can’t be found for purchased in every grocery stores, only certain stores such as Asian, Organic and Natural Products grocers. …

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Squid Curry Stuffed With Tofu

Squid Curry Stuffed With Tofu (Minang Gulai Cumi Isi Tahu)

Spring Cleaning! I’m doing the spring cleaning for my freezer, so don’t get bored if I post about squid, fish, and shrimp for the next couple months. This time, I tried a recipe from another blogger, Gulai Cumi Isi Tahu (English: Minangese Squid Curry Stuffed with Tofu). I enhanced this recipe with asam gelugur and …

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Lumpia Semarang Recipe (Semarang Style Springroll)

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 from an Indonesian cookbook “Seri Menu dan Resep Menu Istimewa 2″ …

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Indonesian Grilled Squids

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

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 like. 11-tips-to-succeed-with-a-photo365-project is a good source for your inspiration. You may …

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Pisang Bakar Coklat Keju (Grilled Bananas/Plantains Topped with Chocolate and Cheese) – Masak Bareng Yuuk Event

Chocolate and cheese together for snack? I think lots people love to snack.  During my university’s time in Bogor, I used to snack around midnight. I went to bed very late due to the paper-works and snacked more than ever. As my foodie’s friend, Rurie said, there are always 24/7 food street vendors in Indonesia. …

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