Tag Archives : Rice








thai rice soup khao tom
Rice soup or khao tom in Thai language is a very common Thai dish for breakfast or late night snack. This also holds true in other Southeast Asia countries and East Asia for porridge/congee. I remember back in college time when I was in Jakarta, Indonesia for a very short while, […]

THAI RICE SOUP/ KHAO TOM


SWEET STICKY RICE DUMPLINGS / LUPIS
Lupis or sweet sticky rice dumplings is one of my very favorite childhood snacks/dessert. This popular triangle-shape sweet dumplings in Indonesia is usually coated with grated coconut and smothered in the delicious dark palm sugar or known as gula Jawa/gula aren. There aren’t much ingredients involved in the making, but […]

SWEET STICKY RICE DUMPLINGS / LUPIS













FRIED RICE WITH SHALLOTS
Shallots are one of the important ingredients in Southeast Asian kitchen. Shallots are used in fresh cooking in addition to being pickled. Finely sliced, deep-fried shallots are used as a condiment in Asian cuisine on rice dishes, noodle dishes, etc. Shallot are somewhat taste like onion, but it is milder […]

FRIED RICE WITH SHALLOTS






PRESSED CALIFORNIA SUSHI
Enough sushi already you would say ? Well, please bear with me while I’m sharing with you this last one sushi that I made, pressed California sushi. No rolling of sushi in involved on this one. The sushi rice is pressed into a pan instead. In Japan, an Oshi waku […]

PRESSED CALIFORNIA SUSHI


CHICKEN TERIYAKI ROLLS
The fun part about making sushi is you can pretty much roll in (or roll out) whatever you wish. These chicken teriyaki rolls are just one of the example. I also rolled in some avocados and spinach leaves. These rolls can be a complete meal on its own. These will […]

CHICKEN TERIYAKI ROLLS



INARI SUSHI
Inari sushi is one of my favorite sushi that is very simple to make. Inari sushi is typically made of a deep-fried tofu skin pouch, called aburaage in Japanese, stuffed with seasoned sushi rice. Aburaage are skins made by lifting the skin off soy milk and drying it. The aburaage […]

INARI SUSHI







HOW TO MAKE PORRIDGE 2
Making porridge is pretty common in our household. I often make it for breakfast. I decided to write this post because I used to not sure how much water I needed to add in to get the result I wanted. The consistency of the porridge though can vary depending on […]

HOW TO MAKE RICE PORRIDGE (UPDATED)


CHECK RICE
Check rice is a Liberian specialty that is often served in special occasion to accompany other dishes. The rice is usually prepared with greens called jute leaf. Jute leaf is an edible leaf from certain types of jute plants and often used to thicken soups, stews and sauces. Jute leaf […]

CHECK RICE