• Sweetree Restaurant
    Culinary,  Malaysia

    Sweetree | Halal Certified Korean Restaurant in Ampang, Selangor, Malaysia

    Are you a fan of Korean food? You are not wrong if you choose Sweetree. Yups, Sweetree is a Halal Certified Korean Restaurant in Ampang, Selangor, Malaysia. You can choose it as your choice to fulfill your culinary desires. This restaurant provides a variety of Korean menus and several western food menu choices.   Halal Certification There is no need to hesitate for those of you who are Muslims because this restaurant has obtained HALAL certification from JAKIM. The name Sweetree was chosen by the restaurant’s founder to provide a comfortable place for guests to enjoy a sweet and delicious dining experience. For those who like or want Korean food,…

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    How to Make Korean Fried Rice aka Kimchi Bokkeumbap

    If we watch Korean dramas, there are often scenes of eating or cooking. One of the most featured dishes is fried rice. This is kimchi bokkeumbap aka Korean kimchi fried rice. Ingredients and seasonings: 400 grams of white rice 100 grams of chicory kimchi, sliced 100 grams of meat, sliced 1 leek, finely sliced 1 tablespoon of soy sauce 1/4 onion, sliced ​​dice 1 chicken egg, fried beef eye 2-3 cloves of garlic, finely chopped 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil 2 teaspoons sesame oil salt pepper powder How to Make Kimchi Fried Rice: Season the meat with sweet soy sauce, minced garlic, and ground pepper. Sauté the meat with vegetable…

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    Enjoy Fried Tarantulas Menu in Cambodia

    Hearing the name Tarantula, some people might feel scared. How animals that have fur all over their bodies up to their legs are clearly described in their minds. coupled with poisonous bites and larger body size when compared to spiders. But for Cambodians, tarantulas are a delicious meal when seasoned with salt and garlic and fried using hot oil. Due to the habit of consuming tarantulas, their existence is now threatened with extinction, due to uncontrolled hunting of tarantulas and massive deforestation, As reported by AFP, in the Skun region, Kampong Cham Province, which is often nicknamed “Spiderville”, tourists can watch how tarantulas are fried and eaten. Most of the…

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    Gudeg, Legendary Traditional Cuisine from Yogyakarta

    Gudeg is a traditional cuisine originating from Yogyakarta and Central Java, Indonesia. In the course of time, Yogyakarta Gudeg is more famous, so that later Yogyakarta is called the City of Gudeg. The history of gudeg in Yogyakarta began with the construction of the Islamic Mataram kingdom on the Mentaok base in the Kotagede area around the 1500s. Gudeg actually does not come from the kingdom but comes from the community. Due to the long cooking process, in the 19th century, there were not many people who sold Gudeg. Gudeg became popular and was widely traded in the 1940s when President Sukarno built the Gajah Mada University (UGM) until now.…

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    Rujak Cingur Surabaya, Traditional Salad From East Java

    Rujak cingur is one of the most popular traditional foods in the East Java area. especially in Surabaya. In Javanese the word cingur means cow snout. This cingur is one of the characteristics of the material of the beef/ snout slices or beef snout that is boiled and mixed into a salad dish. The original Rujak Cingur consists of slices of several fruits and various vegetables. cucumbers, yam, mangoes, pineapples, kedondong and kerahi or krai are fruits that are often used to make Rujak Cingur Surabaya. As for vegetables, they usually use sprouts/bean sprouts, kale, and long beans. Then the supplementary ingredients are rice cake, tofu, fried tempeh, bendoyo and…

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    Karedok, Indonesian Salad in Peanut Sauce

    Karedok is a typical culinary of West Java with the basic ingredients of fresh vegetables served with a splash of peanut sauce. The food with the name Karedok is actually similar to Gado-Gado or Pecel, but the most basic difference is in the use of vegetables presented is in the raw state. Vegetables include cucumber, basil leaves, long beans, cabbage, eggplant, and bean sprouts. All these vegetables are cut into small pieces and served raw.   You may also like: Empal Gentong, Delicious Beef Soup From Cirebon, West Java 7 Cheap and Delicious Culinary Places in Jakarta

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    Empal Gentong, Delicious Beef Soup From Cirebon, West Java

    Empal Gentong is a Cirebon origin food that well known throughout Java and even Indonesia, because it has different processing methods and flavors. As the name suggests, Empal Gentong is processed by inserting various kinds of meat into the barrel to be cooked. The processing of Empal is still traditional, using a special firewood obtained from the mango tree, the aim is to give a special flavor to Empal Gentong. Empal Gentong is usually served with scallion and plus chopped dried chili pepper.   You may also like: 7 Cheap and Delicious Culinary Places in Jakarta Credit image: https://sajiansedap.grid.id/

  • Cheap Culinary in Jakarta
    Culinary,  Indonesia

    7 Cheap and Delicious Culinary Places in Jakarta

    Do you want to taste delicious and cheap culinary in Jakarta? Here it is Jakarta is the center of the economy in Indonesia, visited by many people both from within the country and from abroad. If you are visiting Jakarta, these 7 delicious and cheap culinary in Jakarta is a must for you to try, at least the menu that is served may not be available in your country. Here are 7 delicious and cheap culinary in Jakarta that could be your choice 1.Bubur Ayam Barito (Barito Chicken Porridge) Bubur Ayam Barito is a popular culinary for you to try. Bubur Ayam Barito has a very soft texture and is…

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    Culinary,  Indonesia

    10 Traditional Foods in Jakarta That You Must Try

    10 Traditional Foods in Jakarta Indonesia is not only rich in culture, but also has a variety of yummy culinary foods. This time, we will review 10 traditional foods in Jakarta. Yes, in this metropolitan city, you can still find traditional food in Jakarta that still survives, amidst the onslaught of modernization. Let’s take a peek together! 1. Kerak Telor This traditional food uses basic ingredients made from white glutinous rice, chicken eggs or duck eggs and ebi (dried shrimp). Kerak Telor usually only appears during Jakarta Birthday celebrations. 2. Soto Betawi This Betawi food besides selling a lot at roadside restaurants, you can also make it yourself at home.…