Month: November 2017

Gado-gado

Gado-gado

Gado-gado might be the healthiest street food there is. Consisted of various vegetables, rice cake, tofu and tempeh, and topped with thick salty and spicy peanut sauce. Luckily, I live nearby two gado-gado sellers with superb gado-gado and affordable price. One very satisfying portion of […]

Long Bean and Tempeh Simple Stir Fry

Long Bean and Tempeh Simple Stir Fry

Long bean or yard-long bean or Vigna unguiculata is a common vegetable in Indonesia. It could be eaten raw along with sambal or in a Sundanese menu called karedok. Personally, I prefer it cooked. Long bean has folic acid, vitamin C, vitamin A and minerals. It also has […]

Pan Seared Dory with Balinese Sambal Matah

Pan Seared Dory with Balinese Sambal Matah

Sambal is chili condiment. There’s a lot of different sambal recipe out there. Many Indonesian will agree with me that eating with sambal would make any dish taste better. One sambal that is very famous from Bali is sambal matah. Sambal matah is different with […]

Chili Sambal Eggplant

Chili Sambal Eggplant

Eggplant is one of things I didn’t like as kid but grown to like growing up. I didn’t like the mushy texture and bitter tone of eggplant, at first. But now, I like it. Especially when cook spicy way with chili sambal. In my kitchen, […]

Inky Calamari

Inky Calamari

I just found out that calamari and squid are different animal. I always thought that squid is the name for the uncooked animal, while calamari is name for the dish. It said that calamari is more expensive and have more tender flesh.  In Indonesia we […]