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Indonesian Rice Noodles

Indonesian Rice Noodles [1]

Recipe for Indonesian Rice Noodles

Indonesian Rice Noodles is a great recipe to use with all of the meat choices below or to experiment by leaving out some of them and adding more of the one you are keeping. Not all our family members like fish products so we will leave out the shrimp and add more beef and chicken. Another variety is to just make it with all beef or all chicken or with a variety of seafood. This can be a complete meal in itself or part of a buffet. Rice noodles are available in most supermarkets as well as in Chinese grocery stores.

INGREDIENTS for Indonesian Rice Noodles

Garnish for Indonesian Rice Noodles

METHOD for Indonesian Rice Noodles

In large bowl, cover noodles with boiling water and let stand for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally. Drain well and set aside.
Meanwhile, in large wok or skillet, heat oil; stir-fry shallots, onion, garlic and chili pepper over medium-high heat for about 2 minutes or until tender. Stir in chicken and steak; stir-fry for 2 minutes longer. Stir in shrimp; stir-fry for 1 minute longer. Stir in bean sprouts, celery and watercress; stir-fry for 1 minute. Add tomato, ketjap manis and drained noodles; stir-fry for 2 minutes or until noodles are hot and ingredients are mixed. Stir in water if mixture is too dry, adding 1 tbsp (15 ML) more, if necessary.
Transfer to large warm platter or serving bowl and garnish with red pepper, sliced eggs and green onions, if using. Makes about 8 servings.
*Ketjap manis is a sweet type of soy sauce available in Chinese grocery stores. If unavailable, you can use regular soy sauce.

Indonesian Food

The Indonesian Kitchen: Recipes and Stories [2]I really am not very familiar with Indonesian food so when I found this book The Indonesian Kitchen: Recipes and Stories by Sri Owen [2] I was thrilled to read and learn from it. Sri offers enchanting recollections of the food and cooking of her youth, while delving into the historical role of food in the region’s culture and society. The recipes are accompanied by detailed explanations of ingredients and techniques, notes on availability and substitutions, and discussions of development over time. It is a wonderful addition to your cookbook collections.

About Pat Tate [3]

Always a very busy person Pat has been interested in cooking and collecting recipes. In an effort to sort out a mound of favorite recipes and to be able to pass them on to the next generation she started this site Family, Foods, and Friends. Again she invites people to join her and to share their cooking adventures.

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