The Exotic Kitchens of Indonesia: Recipes from the Outer Islands

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M. Evans, 1989 - Cookery, Indonesian - 314 pages
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Indonesian cuisine, influenced by traders, pirates, vagabonds, and adventurers from many lands, is a multi-cultural experience guaranteed to satisfy the most reckless palate. From word-of-mouth recipes, Marks has compiled a book of exotic recipes easily duplicated in the average American kitchen. 35 illustrations.

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Marks's previous works include books on the cuisines of Burma, India, and Guatemala; here he explores the cooking of the islands of the Indonesian archipelago. Coconut milk, chilies, ginger root ... Read full review

Contents

How to Mafte
17
Sauces and Condiments
51
FamilyStyle Soups 65
65
The Barbecue
79
? 95
113
Goaf ana Lai6
129
Fish and Shellfish
195
Rice
235
Sweets and Snacks
285
Bibliography
305
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About the author (1989)

Marks is a food historian, cookbook writer, and former teacher and lecturer on ethnic foods at the Asia Society, the Smithsonian Institution, and New York University.

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