Salmon fillets marinated with garlic, ginger, soy sauce, oyster sauce, honey, and sesame oil. Baked to perfection in an oven, and goes perfectly with a bowl of rice.
Celebrate Idul Adha (Eid al-Adha) with this Indonesian lamb curry, a coconut-based curry with soft and tender lamb/mutton that goes perfectly with rice or flatbread.
This chicken in spicy lemongrass sauce tastes so good it will knock your socks off. If you are not ready to commit to a rendang dish, this will be a gentler introduction.
Indonesian tofu dishes are never bland. Try pairing pan-fried tofu with a bold and savory sauce using kecap manis, terasi, and chilies for an umami-rich tofu dish.
Tofu triangles stuffed with even more tofu and chicken and steamed to perfection. The delicate flavor of the tofu is perfect with the citrus-flavored chili sauce.
Follow this recipe to recreate the famous Gulai Ayam Padang to get soft and tender chicken with a generous amount of spicy and savory curry sauce for the steamed rice.
A Chinese stir-fry that is loaded with tender pieces of chicken, mushrooms, and a delicious brown sauce. Use any mushrooms you want in this quick and easy stir-fry.
Use kecap manis, coconut milk, cabbage, tomato, and meat (chicken, mutton, or beef) to cook this delicious Indonesian stew that is sure to become your new favorite.
Eggs, fried tofu, and mushrooms make a delicious meatless dish that everyone in the family will enjoy. Use fried tofu cubes to make this quick dish even speedier.
Learn how to prepare Japanese tonkatsu (pork cutlets) with crispy golden brown skin and tender, juicy meat inside. I even have a recipe for homemade tonkatsu sauce!
This delicious dish stacks up to the best of Chinese takeout! It has the right amount of sauce that goes perfectly with steamed rice to make for a satisfying meal.
Babi kecap is a familiar dish in many Chinese families living in Indonesia. Cure your homesickness by learning how to prepare this classic Chinese dish in your home.