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Apom or Appam Recipe (Indian Fermented Rice Pancake)

There are plenty Indian foods that became a part of Malaysian cuisine. One of them is apom or appam. To share you this variety of Indian Fermented Rice Pancake, I have Ribbon and Circus who owns beautiful blog with surely mouth-drooling pictures. I always want my guest post has a childhood memory of the food. …

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Bubur Biji Ketapang – Bubur Biji Salak Recipe (Indonesian Sweet Potato Dumpling)

Bubur Biji Ketapang (in Sumatra) or Bubur Biji Salak (in Java).  Both are the same sweet snack and made from sweet potato which I prefer translate into Sweet Potato Dumpling instead Sweet Potato Porridge. Bubur means porridge while biji means seed. Ketapang is a Terminalia catappa plant with many different common names such as Bengal …

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Kuih Spera Recipe (Malaysian Curry Puff with Coconut Filling)

Kuih Spera or as Lisa from Lemony Kitchen explained it’s similar to curry puff but with coconut filling. For Indonesians Curry Puff is pretty much a buddy of Pastel or Jalakote. When I approached Lisa to be my first Malaysian guest post I simply wanted something that has a root to her background. Seeing Lisa’s …

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[Closed] Indonesian Street Snacks – Sweet and Savory Treats Cookbook Giveaway

This moment of time, I’d like to giveaway a small cookbook, Indonesia Street Snacks – Sweet and Savory Treats. This book was written by Yasaboga Group, a trusted writers group name for an authentic Indonesian cookbook. Most my snack recipes are adapted from 2 other different Yasaboga books. For those who new to Indonesian cooking …

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Potato Croquette Recipe (Kroket Kentang)

There are many different styles of Croquette in every country. In Indonesia, Croquette was first introduced during Dutch Colonial rule and it becomes a very popular snack. Mom and her helper used to make croquettes for somebody orders or family to snack on in the afternoon (the tea time). Being living in a country that is very …

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Gandasturi Recipe (Indonesian Breaded Sweet Mung Bean)

Gandasturi is one of traditional kue in Indonesia (kue is term for Indonesian cakes or pastries or sweet snack).  As other Southeast Asian sweet snacks, gandasturi isn’t that sweet compare to the North American ones.  It’s a perfect pair with a cup of jasmine tea. When I posted a photo of Gandasturi on Indonesia Eats …

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Jadah Manten (Javanese Glutinous Rice Roll Wrapped in Omelet)

This Jadah Manten – Javanese Glutinous Rice Roll Wrapped in Omelet was shared by Tika of Cemplang Cemplung.  My third Indonesian food bloggers that I approached to be my guest blog post.  I just wanted to  you all realize that there are many talented Indonesian food bloggers.  Yes there are few that use English for the blog. …

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