Tag Archives: Indonesian

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Soto Ayam

Soto Ayam is a common hawker food in Singapore, Malaysia that originated in Indonesia. As in most Singapore muslims foods,
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Irene-inspired Kueh Lapis

This recipe is from my friend and church-mate, Irene. Has been around for more than 20 years, and served many.
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Ayam Buah Keluak

I have postponed documenting this, simply because it is a long process and takes a while to recall the steps
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Sayur Lodeh – Vegetable Curry

Simple Indonesian vegetable curry. Staple of most South East Asians. Added some prawns for extra taste. Print Yum Sayur Lodeh
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Begedil (Fried Potato Cutlet)

Is it perkedel or begedil? My hubby asked. These are both. The Indonesians call this perkedel but the Javanese call
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Tahu Telur (Bean Curd Omelette)

I have never understood nor appreciated my mother’s style of cooking. I couldn’t figure why, when everybody’s curry was watery
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Lapis Surabaya Wannabe

This is a wannabe because it only looks like a lapis surabaya. This traditional cake originally asks for 30 egg
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Satay

One of the three opened jars of peanut butter in the pantry tastes blend. I have to find a way
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Ondeh Ondeh

I learned to make Ondeh Ondeh when I was 13 years old, in my Secondary 1 Home Economics class when
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Kueh Lapis

It has been 15 years since I baked a kueh lapis! When I was learning to bake in the 80s,
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