Sulawesi Culinary

Biji Biji, coconut cookies

Biji Biji, coconut cookies

Written by on June 18, 2012 in Sulawesi Culinary with 0 Comments

Biji Biji, coconut cookies Biji Biji (coconut cookies) A nice easy dish from Sulawesi. Delicious coconut biscuits. It looks a bit like strings (Churos) which you can get at a carnival. ingredients: 2 eggs 100 g sugar 100 ml thick coconut milk (santen asli) 250 g flour oil preparation: Beat the eggs and mix with […]

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Manado, Ontolu sinanga, Fried eggs and marinated onion

Manado, Ontolu sinanga, Fried eggs and marinated onion

Written by on June 18, 2012 in Sulawesi Culinary with 0 Comments

Ontolu sinanga, Fried eggs and marinated onion Ontolu sinanga Fried eggs and marinated onion Sulawesi ingredients: 5 eggs, 2 tbsp. fine tamarind pulp (ready for sale) 1dl. water, 1 tsp. salt, vegetable oil preparation: Cook the eggs in a pan of water in 8 minutes hard, then peel them and place along with a few […]

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Index English for Sulawesi Food

Written by on June 15, 2012 in Sulawesi Culinary with 0 Comments

Index English  for Sulawesi Food  Corn Soup Gorontalo, Binte Biluhuta Chicken with chillies Manado, Rica Rica Chili and Lemon Basil Chicken Manado, Ayam Garo Rica Green Papaya Salad  Manado, Gohu Iced Banana Makassar, Es Pallu Butung Makasar, Coto Makasar Makasar, Coto Makasar Makassar, Durian Tarts Makassar, Durian Tarts Makassar, Toppa Lada Makassar, Toppa Lada Manado […]

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Index Indonesian for Sulawesi Food

Written by on June 15, 2012 in Sulawesi Culinary with 0 Comments

Index Indonesian  for Sulawesi Food  Gorontalo, Binte Biluhuta Corn Soup Makasar, Coto Makasar Makasar, Coto Makasar Makassar, Durian Tarts Makassar, Durian Tarts Makassar, Es Pallu Butung Iced Banana Makassar, Toppa Lada Makassar, Toppa Lada Manado Cakalang Pampis Manado Skipjack Tuna Floss Manado, Ayam Garo Rica Chili and Lemon Basil Chicken Manado, Ayam Tuturaga Manado, Ayam […]

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Manado, Cakalang Pampis, Skipjack Tuna Floss

Manado, Cakalang Pampis, Skipjack Tuna Floss

Written by on June 14, 2012 in Sulawesi Culinary with 0 Comments

Cakalang Pampis, Manado Skipjack Tuna Floss http://indonesiaeats.com/cakalang-pampis-manado-skipjack-tuna-floss/ Cakalang Pampis – Manadonese Skipjack Tuna Floss – Ingredients: • 200 g broiled cakalang meat (You can substitute for canned tuna in water and drain) • 1 pandan leaf, finely sliced • 3 kaffir lime leaves, discard the midrib and slice finely • 30 lemon basil leaves, coarsely […]

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Manado, Porridge, Tinutuan

Manado, Porridge, Tinutuan

Written by on June 12, 2012 in Sulawesi Culinary with 0 Comments

Manado, Porridge, Tinutuan http://www.indonesianfoodonline.com/recipes/manado-porridge-tinutuan Tinutuan means “assorted”, Because it is made from many kinds of ingredients and vegetables. It becomes healthy food because of containing much nutrients and fibers that’s good for absorption and health. It can be served as breakfast meal. It will be more delicious when it is enjoyed with fried salty jambal […]

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Manado, Calamansi and Grilled Ikan Tude with Dabu-Dabu Sambal

Manado, Calamansi and Grilled Ikan Tude with Dabu-Dabu Sambal

Written by on June 12, 2012 in Sulawesi Culinary with 0 Comments

Manado, Calamansi and Grilled Ikan Tude with Dabu-Dabu Sambal http://indonesiaeats.com/calamansi-grilled-ikan-tude-dabu-dabu-sambal/ Ingredients: 375 g Indian mackerel (Manadonese: Ikan Tude; Indonesian: Ikan Kembung) 1 shallots, finely sliced 1 tbsp fresh calamansi salt as desired Sambal Dabu-Dabu (Dabu-Dabu Sambal) 6 shallots, finely sliced 6 bird’s eye chillies, finely sliced 100 g tomato, diced 2 fresh calamansi, squeezed ( […]

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Manado, Pepes Ikan Woku, Woku Spiced Fish Wrapped in Banana Leaves

Manado, Pepes Ikan Woku, Woku Spiced Fish Wrapped in Banana Leaves

Written by on June 12, 2012 in Sulawesi Culinary with 0 Comments

Manado, Pepes Ikan Woku, Woku Spiced Fish Wrapped in Banana Leaves http://indonesiaeats.com/pepes-ikan-woku-manado-woku-spiced-fish-wrapped-banana-leaves/ Pepes Ikan Woku recipe by Yohana Halim and Sedap Sekejap, modified and translated by me Ingredients 500 g fish steak (I used halibut steak) calamansi 4 sprigs of lemon basil leaves (kemangi leaves) 1 turmeric leaves 7 kaffir lime leaves, 5 leaves for […]

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