Category: Indonesian

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J. Co (Metro Manila, Philippines)

Before I always told myself when I go back and visit the Philippines I will have a list of places I to dine and eat, that did not happen because our short trip was not a vacation but rather a sad trip of attending a funeral, which means our primary...

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Ikan Bakar

Open food courts in Malaysia is a way of life, when we used to live there, there is no week that passed that we never dined in to one. It’s a great way to eat specially during dinners where everyone is tired and all you want to do at home...

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Bihun Goreng

There are many ways to cook rice vermicelli, in soups, stir fried and even dessert there is a recipe for it. Some of the popular ways to make this is the Filipino Pancit Bihon, Malaysian Bihun Sup, Singaporean Kerabu Bee Hoon, Vietnamese Goi cuon and Indian Paayasam. Our recipe today...

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Kangkung Belachan

Kangkung, Kangkong or Ong Choy (通菜) is one of the most common and perhaps the cheapest leafy vegetable in East Asia and South-East Asia primarily found in the Sichuan, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Malaysian, Singaporean, Filipino and Indonesian cuisines. Preparation in these cuisines are nearly similar where it is simply stir fried...

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Bakwan Jagung (Indonesian Corn Fritters)

Bakwan (Fried Vegetable), Bakpao (Meatbun), Bakso (Meatball), Bakmie (Meat Noodle), and bakpia (Mung bean pastry), what does “bak” mean on these Indonesian dishes? Why do they all start with “bak”. From our last recipe post we learned that bakso means fluffy meat Qor minced meat, so if assume based on...

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Bakso

Bakso or what others call Baso is an Indonesian meatball soup dish usually served with noodles (egg or rice vermicelli), salted vegetables, tofu, Chinese cabbage, bean sprouts and fried shallots. A popular dish that can be found all across Indonesia from street vendors, food stalls and even posh restaurants. Bakso...

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Airline Food – Emirates

I had my fair share of travel and I have been flying for work and personal reasons since the really stages of my career (ca 2000) but I never had documented any of it, I just wish I did as I had tried a lot of different airlines like Cathay,...

41 Delicious New Year Noodle Soup Recipes 2

41 Delicious New Year Noodle Soup Recipes

In the Philippines we have a tradition every New Year’s Eve that rooted out from superstitions as well as inherited from other countries like China and Spain. Part belief, part tradition we usually follow rules on what and what not to do during this one day of the year from...

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Beef Balado

Before you start reading this article I would love to announce that Ang Sarap is nominated at Bloggys 2015, the Philippines’ premiere blog awarding event. Who does not want to win the blog of the year? So if you want Ang Sarap to win this voting is now open, just...