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Chilli Con Carne

Chilli Con Carne

There are many different versions of chilli con carne. Our version is a spicy stew containing chilli peppers, beef steak, tomatoes and beans. Other seasonings include garlic, onions, and cumin.

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Baked Coral Trout Fillets with Asian Salad

Baked Coral Trout Fillets with Asian Salad

iciously baked Coral Trout fillets served with a fresh Asian herb salad topped with a tamarind dressing.

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BBQ'd Coral Trout with Asian Flavours

BBQ’d Coral Trout with Asian Flavours

Enjoy the fine, delicate white flakes of a barbecued whole coral trout cooked with a blend of Asian flavours. Perfect to go with some steamed Asian greens.

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Saimin - Hawaiian Noodle Soup

Saimin – Hawaiian Noodle Soup

The favourite local fast food of the Hawaiian islands (also considered the national dish of Hawaii) is Saimin, an inexpensive noodle and broth soup. It is considered the supreme comfort food of the Islands, eaten at any time of day. You can find this soup at snack bars, coffee shops, and even on the McDonald’s menu (in Hawaii only). Saimin is basically the same thing as ramen, a Japanese noodle soup.

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Lawar Ayam - Green Bean Salad with Chicken

Lawar Ayam – Green Bean Salad with Chicken

No big religious or private celebration would be held without serving this ritual dish. Only the eldest, and most experienced men are allowed to mix the many ingredients. Many versions incorporate raw pounded meat and fresh blood in the dressing. Chicken meat can be replaced with beef, pork, seafood, vegetables or young jackfruit.

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Chicken Satay Ponorogo

Sate Ponorogo – Chicken Satay Ponorogo

Sate Ponorogo is a variant of satay originating in Ponorogo, a town in East Java. It is made from sliced marinated chicken, served with a sauce made of peanuts and chilli sauce and garnished with shredded shallots, sambal, and lime juice. This variant is unique for the fact that each skewer contains one large piece of chicken, rather than several small cubes. The meat is marinated in spices and sweet soy sauce, in a process called “bacem” and is served with rice or lontong (rice cake).

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Serabi - Indonesian Pancakes

Serabi – Indonesian Pancakes

Serabi, surabi or srabi is an Indonesian pancake that is made from flour with coconut milk or just plain shredded coconut as an emulsifier. Most of traditional serabi tastes sweet, as the pancake usually eaten with kinca or thick golden-brownish coloured coconut sugar syrup.

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About Javanese Cuisine

About Javanese Cuisine

Some perceive Javanese cuisine as rather sweet compared to other Indonesian dishes, because generous amount of gula jawa (palm sugar) or kecap manis (sweet soy sauce) are ingredients favoured by the Javanese. Javanese food is categorised into Central and East Javanese food; both serve simple and non-spicy food, though Central Javanese food is tends to be sweeter.

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