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Noodle in bahasa Indonesia is "mie". We eat quite a lot of noodle, but that's not consider as staple food, it is more like snack. Because.....we life for rice!!!
Mie Godhog is consider as unique. We can call it special food from Yogyakarta (central Java) area.
Unlike the popular bakmie/mie goreng, that served dry, with strong flavor of sweet soybean sauce, mie godhog served with some soup, without sweet soybean sauce. Well,actually it is not really soup, not that much liquid, but definitely not dry.
This recipe is using "ebi" or small dried shrimp. It is not necessity, actually. This kind of food is open for creativity. The most important is, it have to use classic yellow noodle, and of course served with decent amount of liquid.
Laksa is a traditional dish I first came across while living in Malaysia. It's a fragrant dish made with seafood and noodles and gets its unique taste from laksa leaves. There are several variants. I chose to illustrate the Nyonya version which can be found around Melaka.
Traditional mixed media collage+ digital
Pasta with Roasted Peppers, Basil and Garlic!
Delicious Spaghetti for anyone who is looking for a quick yet very tasty pasta dish!!
1- Heat the oil in a large non-stick frying pan over a medium heat and fry the garlic for 30 seconds until golden. Add the roasted Peppers, stir and cook for a further 2 minutes. Season with salt and pepper.
2- Put 4 litres water in a large saucepan with 3 tablespoons salt and bring to boil. Cook the pasta in the boiling salted water until al dente. To get that perfect “bite”, cook the pasta for 1 minute less than instructed on the packet.
3 Once the pasta is ready, drain, reserving 3 tablespoons of the cooking water. Tip the pasta into the frying pan with the peppers and increase the heat to high. Scatter over the basil and pour in the reserved water. Toss everything together for 30 seconds to allow the sauce to coat the pasta evenly. Serve immediately.