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    Indonesian Goodies

    I put this together for the Asian tour we are taking with tigerduck. These are typically Indonesian dishes. I hope you enjoy!
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    I used some coconut milk and looking for some recipes to use the rest of it up, came across this easy and so smooth and delicious smoothie from Thai Kitchen.

    Recipe #459196

    Hearts of palm create an amazingly shredded pork like texture. This recipe is majorly quick and delicious! And can you believe fat free!? It's also soy free if you opt not to use the soy sauce. From My Vegan Cookbook blog. She's got great recipes!

    Recipe #498221

    I'm learning to cook with tempeh. This is marinated, then simmered in barbeque sauce, and can be served over rice or made into a sandwich with whole grain buns. Adapted from Vegetarian Times.

    Recipe #192304

    This recipe was a 1997 Grand Prize Winner in Better Homes and Gardens! Enjoy! Chicken needs to stand for 30 minutes before cooking.

    Recipe #84234

    These crispy shallots make a great topping for steaks, salads, and soups and are used throughout Indonesia! Use the leftover frying oil for vinaigrettes and for sauteing anything savory. Adapted from Saveur magazine.

    Recipe #188440

    Indian curry spices mixed with Asian noodles and sauce create a colorful, exotic noodle saute that is quick to make. From The Moosewood Low Fat Favorites Cookbook. If rice noodles are unavailable, use linguine or any Asian flat wheat noodle as a substitute-but don't use rice vermicelli.

    Recipe #105083

    This is so cool, I'm posting here for safekeeping. Posted by erinwyso from Olives for Dinner. Here's what she says, "Besides producing beautiful shapes and textures, spherification techniques can also alter the intensity of flavors. Here I've created sriracha pearls, which were then dropped into a viscous and sweet glaze over well-seared tofu cubes. Instead of producing an even heat level throughout, these pearls created tiny yet fiery pops of isolated heat in each bite. These pearls can be made beforehand, and stored in cold vegetable oil until ready to use. They just simply need to be rinsed in a bit of cold water first, and will be quite sturdy once formed. "

    Recipe #498908

    By marinating the tempeh the day before you plan to serve, this dish can be prepared in just a few minutes. Adapted from Vegetarians in Paridise. The tempeh needs to marinate 24 hours in the fridge.

    Recipe #178109

    Easy and so tasty! Adapted from Asiarecipe! I have tweaked this just a little.

    Recipe #187077

    This is a versatile sauce you can use on meats, vegs. and tofu. Good for a marinade and a basting sauce.

    Recipe #63615

    In the classic Indonesian dish, called Petjel Terong, the eggplant is usually deep-fried. In this healthier version, the eggplant is baked in the oven with a small amount of olive oil. The creaminess of the coconut milk and the peanut butter are heavenly. As a side dish, this serves 4, but will serve 3 as a main dish. From Nut Butter Universe by Robin Robertson.

    Recipe #497804

    Gathered from an Indonesian website-kokkieblanda, this is a nice blend of vegetables and flavors.

    Recipe #187213

    The refreshing, tropical drink is made with an easy, homemade lemongrass syrup, a swirl of coconut milk, and a splash of water (or ice, if making a slushie). Dawet originates from Asia, and is especially popular in Indonesia. The drink was brought to Suriname and popularized as a result of colonization and immigration. The slushie is popular among street vendors. The lemongrass syrup makes a nice gift given in a pretty bottle.

    Recipe #502287

    A great salad from Africa with Malaysian influence! You may add or change vegetables. You may also use the peanut sauce provided or use your own!

    Recipe #173967

    A $200 winner in Better Homes and Gardens magazine.

    Recipe #180572

    This salad might be found on a Turkish table. The salad is lovely and quite refreshing and it goes well with lamb. While it involves some chopping, it is very easy to do. Use really ripe tomatoes when you make it. You will enjoy its freshness, but try not to make more than will be eaten with your meal. This is best fresh. A simple and refreshing salad from the kitchen of One Perfect Bite.

    Recipe #508795

    Drink for a fast, anytime boost! Adapted from BH&G magazine.

    Recipe #369838

    This is a colorful stir-fry. The vegetables are cooked in a marvelously aromatic sauce, which combines peanuts, pine nuts, chili, coconut, coriander, and turmeric.

    Recipe #52222

    I got this from Grilling & Barbecuing by Denis Kelly.

    Recipe #65293

    I love spinach and I love the flavors in this recipe! If you don't have chili oil, check out my recipe for Chili-Ginger Infused Oil Recipe #53448. From Food & Wine magazine.

    Recipe #179917

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