Give this Japanese rice bowl a try. The fruity tomato-based sauce with ground beef is perfect over steamed rice. Don't forget the poached egg and crispy fried onions.
Deep-fried meatballs with a crispy golden-brown crust and a creamy potato and beef patty. Serve these Dutch-influenced Indonesian snacks with mayo and chili sauce.
Learn how to make korokke (Japanese croquettes) at home from scratch. This baked version is a healthier alternative to the usual deep-frying and has less hassle.
Extra special beef stir-fry! Tender beef slices with extra bold and yummy black pepper sauce. Recreate this favorite Chinese restaurant dish with my recipe.
Easy Chinese stir-fry with green beans and ground beef. Packed with flavors and a crowd favorite, and only takes less than 15 minutes of cooking time.
Indonesian famous sop buntut (oxtail soup) that tastes as good as the one you find in some of the best Indonesian restaurants. You only need some oxtails and surprisingly other easy-to-find ingredients to recreate this iconic Indonesian soup.
Kroket panggang/baked croquette (Shepard's pie) is easy to prepare and will bring a smile to everyone's face. Make this when you want a fuss-free kroket.
Indonesian dendeng age is ground beef cooked with plenty of spices, palm sugar, and kecap manis. This sweet and spicy beef is the perfect side for nasi gurih or steamed rice.
Authentic and easy soto betawi (Jakarta beef soup) recipe you can make at home that will remind you of the real deal you find in Jakarta.
This is the most awesome and no-fail recipe to prepare Indonesian perkedel kentang/potato fritters. These fritters taste just like the ones in Indonesia.
If you want a bowl of comforting soup, you can't go wrong with some empal gentong. Try serving this beef soup with ketupat (rice cake) and sambal rebus.
Recreate the world's most delicious food (beef rendang) in your kitchen. Now you don't have to visit Indonesia or Malaysia to sample authentic rendang.