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@GeneMachine and @jake t buds: Beautiful dishes and would love to have some of those right now (even though it is only 8 in the morning).   I have been making a couple of dishes, but didn't take any pictures. I'll just go and put my little camera standard in my trouser pocket.   I'll be back with a dish pretty soon. It is getting cold here so some nice curries and soups would be just the thing to eat
Some very nice plating examples here! Plating is one of my weak points, but working on it slowly slowly.....
@kaneohegirlinaz: Sorry to hear you got dragged around. Hope you get well real soon!   @ChrisBelgium What a great idea for a painting. You can be the next Flemish master
And this one as well: http://rasamalaysia.com/recipe-index/
@flipflopgirl Just check one of my previous posts for some links. Think it is on the first page. Good luck with the pancit. I am looking forward to it. I am looking at making something similar, but I will have to make the wrappers as well as I can't get them here. I have Andrea Nguyen's book about Asian Dumplings on my kindle so no real excuses......
yeah, @petalsandcoco, beautiful presentation   @teamfat: I saw lots of tom yum in Thailand and ate a lot of it, so suppose it can be called comfort food.   A picture of a month ago: Full Indonesian rijsttafel:   Ajam paniki Chicken braised with (onion, garlic,fresh ginger, fresh turmeric, garlic, kemiri (candlenut, you can use macademia) paste, chili's, lemongrass and coconut milk. I shortcutted in making the paste and used the kitchen machine   But not so for...
I also buy them whole, dry roast them and grind them before using them. They are always a bit gritty though.
Nasi Goreng, a typical left over dish from Indonesia (and Malaysia and Singapore) The rice needs to be cooked beforehand and cooled down before using. Onion, garlic, ketjap manis (sweet soy), cabbage, sambal (chili paste), some meat (in the plastic bag) and shrimps (optional). And eggs   The ingredients are cut up   My set up. The pans look a bit rusty in the picture, in reality they were clean and oiled, so don't no what happened there   Frying the meat...
Why from the sidelines, koukou?   For some inspiration: Thai: http://shesimmers.com/ Vietnamese: http://www.vietworldkitchen.com/ Indonesian: http://asiancook.eu/ Thai: http://www.thaitable.com/
I had a Thai butternut curry just now, made of fried red curry paste, onions, garlic, butternut, potato (as otherwise it gets too sweet for me) and sweet potato (because that one was getting old), coriander root, ginger, galangal, extra chili's and fish sauce. I added some cherry tomatoes (they needed to be finished) and left over bbq-ed belly pork. Garnished with deed fried shallots and chopped coriander and served with Jasmine rice and cucumber pickle. The left over...
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