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Kalimantan (Borneo) Food

Sop Singkong Kalimantan: Cassava Soup

Sop Singkong Kalimantan is a unique dish from East Kalimantan.  Kalimantan is an island that shared border with Malaysia.  The Malaysia side is known as Borneo. This cassava soup is similar to Sop Ayam.  Instead of using macaroni or potato in to the soup, this soup has cassava; a tuber root. In the sop singkong …

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Ayam Masak Habang: Banjar Style Chicken in Chili Sauce

Ayam Masak Habang is a classic dish from Banjarmasin (South Kalimantan) that often sell at many eateries in the area with nasi kuning (yellow rice). To translate its name literally, ayam means chicken; masak means to cook or cooked and habang means red. Most Indonesian recipes apply fresh red cayenne peppers, however this recipe uses …

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Pacri Nanas Recipe (Malay Spiced Pineapple)

Pacri nanas recipe was posted on my blog before in 2007, but I decided to renew it as well as the picture. It means I took down my old post. Pacri Nanas is a Malay dish that is popular in Indonesia (West Kalimantan and Sumatra such as Riau island and Medan) and Malaysia.  Malay or …

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Kerang Hijau Masak Habang Recipe (Banjar-Style Mussel in Red Sauce)

Sustainable seafood? Is it a kind of seafood? What about Ocean Wise? VisitingVancouverlast summer probably was the week which I learned about a new thing that is related to environmental friendly. Back then, I was learning about 3R and sustainable development things which was a part of my university’s subject. It was our second day …

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