Food

1. SUP UDANG- SHRIMP SOUP

Category: Soups & Stews Style:

Other Special Consideration: Quick and Easy

Description: Another simple shrimp recipe I tried this time.

It takes only 30 to 40 minutes. The taste is a bit sour ( because of the lemonade I think) + spicy = nice ( I think) It is served best without rice, but as my family and I eat rice every day, so I’d say it tastes O.K served with rice.

Source :Nova Online ( collections of recipes, mostly Indonesian recipes.) Ingredients:

  • 300 gr shrimps, get rid of the heads 250 gr mushrooms – slice them 3 lemon grass – take the white part only,
  • then slice 10 red chili peppers ( you can reduce the amount if you prefer it less spicy.)
  • 10 green chili peppers
  • 2 tbsp lemonade
  • 1 tsp salt 2 tbsp oil fry with little oil. Then blend ( tender ingredients )
  • 3 red chilies
  • 3 shallots
  • 3 onions

Directions:

  1. Boil one liter of water + put the shrimps = wait until the shrimps are cooked through Turn off the stove
  2. Heat oil- saute the tender ingredients for 2 minutes or 3. Whisk together the mushroom and lemon grass. Stir through. Put this into the boiled water with shrimps. Boil for 3 or 5 minutes.
  3. 3. Add 10 red and green chili peppers.Then stir through
  4. 4. Add 2 tbsp of lemonade. Add salt
  5. Sup Udang

    Sup Udang - Shrimp Soup

    5. Serve hot

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Mustard Greens with Shrimps

2. MUSTARD GREENS COOKED WITH SHRIMPS

Indonesian :Sawi Udang

Category: Meat & Seafood
Style: Other
Special Consideration: Quick and Easy
Servings: 5

Description:
This is quite easy, and quick. We always eat it with rice- ya, rice, rice and rice. Thank god, my family loves it.
This is simply my own recipe as I don’t have anything left in the fridge, hehe,, I need to go shopping, and try out some new recipes. Coming up next – Fruit Punch

Ingredients:
mustard greens
shrimps
shrimp paste ( we call it here “terasi”)
1 tbsp of cornstarch / cornflour
a clove of garlic – diced
a clove or shallots- diced
salt
sugar
a half glass of water
chilies ( depending on your taste- I used 10 chilies,) – cut into slice
oil

Directions:
Prepare a saute pan on the stove
Fry garlic and shallots( medium heat), wait it smells good
Put chilies
Put shrimps + shrimp paste – wait for 2 or 3 minutes
Pour water – wait for 3 or 4 minutes
Put mustard greens – close the pan for about 5 minutes
Add cornstarch, and mix – until the water’s a bit sticky
Add salt + sugar

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Gulai Sapi ( Beef) _ Indonesian Cuisine

Posted by Lulu on Mar 5, ’09 12:16 AM for everyone

Category: Meat & Seafood
Style: Soulfood
Special Consideration: Quick and Easy
Servings: 5

Description:
I stop eating chicken for some months already, therefore I need to find other recipes without chicken.

It is cooked with coconut oil, and that is the special thing about this recipe.

This food is typical food here- not only is it popular in Java, but other places- Perhaps, this food is cooked rather differently in outside of Java. This is called “Gulai” or “Gule” if it is pronounced quickly. It’s been so long since I posted recipes. I decided to post this as my family and I love this.

Ingredients:
1 tsp sugar
100 ml coconut oil ( depends on the meat- 1 kg of meat will need more of coconut oil.)
lemon grass, smashed
ginger or galangale, smashed
lime leaves
bay leaves
salt
pepper
water to boil the meat
oil

Spices ( ground)
shallots – I use more than 3 cloves
garlic – I use more than 3 cloves
ginger
turmeric
pepper
beef stock

Directions:
1. Boil meat + add salt = wait until tender.
2. Remove the meat from the boiled water, and cube the meat
3. Refine the boiled water
4. Prepare a pan, put oil then saute the spices until fragrant. Put bay leaves, lime leaves,lemon grass, galingale – saute until fragrant. Add the beef cubes. Then pour the broth.
5. Add coconut oil, salt and pepper.
6. Simmer for about 5 or 8 minutes.

Happy cooking!
Lu2Ar

Gulai Sapi--yummy

3 responses to “Food

  1. Nice pictures.
    I’ve come across some of these dishes in kitchen where i’ve worked.
    Though this is a lot more authentic in nature.
    Simple and easy to follow recipes.

    • You think so?
      Yes I hope so that the instructions are easy to follow, hehe.
      I basically like simple recipes better, perhaps I am inexperienced with such complicated recipes.

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