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- So, after a short whirlwind eating spree in Indonesia exploring the cuisines of his Peranakan and Nonya roots, he's changing the game. He now cooks whatever he likes -- within the ... Satay.
- 40 Indonesian foods we can't live without
- Other nations now lay claim to sate, but Indonesians consider it a national dish conceived by street vendors and popularized by Arab traders.
- Soy sauce imparts unique flavor to Chinese cuisine
- In Indonesia, it's the molasses-like kecap manis, a sweet sauce fermented with soybeans and flavored with generous amounts of palm sugar. It's often used in satay dishes. It's all a bit confusing when you want to buy some soy sauce in the supermarket.
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- Celebrating batik art
- Datuk Chua Thean Teng (1912-2008), regarded as the Father of Malaysian batik, is a name to light up any batik exhibition. His Satay Seller (batik, 1970) is part of Ilham Gallery's exhibition Love Me In My Batik: Modern Batik Art From Malaysia And Beyond.
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