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Kristen is the Senior Editor of Food52

added over 3 years ago

12 Though admittedly I've only cooked one recipe from it (a delicious chicken satay), I'd recommend James Oseland's Cradle of Flavor, which covers Indonesia, Singapore & Malaysia. It's written with lots of visual cues and other helpful descriptions to make unfamiliar cooking techniques & ingredients easy to work with: http://www.amazon.com/gp...

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Eliana60 added over 3 years ago

I recommend the web site Rasa Malaysia for Easy Asian recipes. She specializes in Indonesian, Singaporean & Malyasian recipes.
http://rasamalaysia.com/

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added over 2 years ago

Owen Kristen's suggestion of James Oseland's book is very good. One of the real strengths of the book is the amount of cultural context he provides for the recipes, potentially helping you avoid the kind of funny situation that might arise with your father-in-law that would be comparable to his proudly serving you french toast as the main course at dinner.

Another author who has written a number of strong books about Indonesian food is Sri Owen, a Sumata-born writer whose recipes are always accompanied by a lot of very enlightening detail. Her newest book is "The Indonesian Kitchen," which is handsomely photographed and meticulously written. There's even a chapter on common techniques, such as steaming in banana leaves and pan frying.

ellenl added over 2 years ago

Alford and Duguid (sp?)

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