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G100 Nasi Goreng: Mix for Rice Dish
 all the spices and vegetables to prepare a great indonesian rice meal. nasi goreng is normally augmented with some pork and egg. if you are unfamiliar with this food check out our cook books.
G105 Bami Goreng: Mix for Noodle Dish
 this package contains the essential ingredients for the bami goreng dish. spices and vegetables are included. adding some pork and using our noodles (g107) makes for a great dinner.
G106 Bami Goreng: Spices
 bami goreng spices are those essential spices to create a perfect bami. you will have to supply all the main ingredients. check our cookbooks for more information.
G108 Chinese Noodles: Mie
 these noodles are not at all like the noodles in the stores here. they are realy good. if you want to create bami goreng this is the place to start. check our cookbooks for more information.
G140 Mix for Babi Ketjap
 this wonderful meat marinade and sauce is intended to be used with small cubes of pork. it is supplied in two packages, one to do the marinading and a second to produce a tasty sauce. prepare within 20 minutes for 3 to 4 people.
G150 Peanut Sate Sauce
 this mix makes a great peanut sauce for sate. it is very easy to do. try it on beef or pork as a side dish with indonesian rice table.
G155 Peanut Sate Sauce
 here is a peanut sauce all prepared for you. use it on pork or beef as a side dish for indonesian rice table.
G160 Seroendeng: Fried Coconut/Spices
 seroendeng is one of those essential ingredients to create the many flavors of the indonesian table. the main ingredient is fried coconut. just that extra touch.
G165 Fried Onions
 the indonesian dinner is just not complete without the fried unions as supplied by this package. they taste wonderfull on many dishes. we even like to add them to regular mashed potato's.
G200 Laos: Ground Galangal Root Spice
 laos is a spice produced from the tropical galanga plant. it provides a hot and prickling taste with a pleasant aroma. it is used in a number of dishes for the indonesian rice table and can substitude pepper.
G201 Galanggal root spice, also known as Laos
 laos is a spice produced from the tropical galanga plant. it provides a hot and prickling taste with a pleasant aroma. it is used in a number of dishes for the indonesian rice table and can substitude pepper.
G202 Kerrie, Dutch Curry Powder, it makes a difference
 if you think curry powders are all the same, think again. this is the kind of curry i grew up with and i like it. make your favorite chicken curry dish using this and you will be pleasantly surprised.
G203 Bubuk Kencur, Cutcherry Powder
 here is a spice from indonesia that i am not too familiar with. one of our customers requested it and we found it at one of our suppliers, so here it is. give it a try.
G204 Kerrie Djawa Spices
 this fine product is prepared according to an old recipe from java and is a combination of 10 different spices. it has a mild taste and is very suitable for the indonesian rice table for meat, fish and vegetable dishes.
G206 Koenyit: Spice
 this spice is made from the root stock of the indonesian kurkuma plant. it is a natural coloring agent and has a mild bitter taste. it is normally used to prepare sajoers a spiced vegetable dish.
G208 Sereh: Spice
 sereh is often named lemon grass because of the aroma. provides, in numerous asian dishes, like sajoers (a spiced vegetable dish) and sambal goreng dishes, a delightfull fresh taste.
G210 Ketoembar: Spice
 ground koriander spice is used in many indonesian dishes often in conjunction with djintan. in most cases 1 part djintan to 2 parts ketoembar.
G216 Djahe: Spice
 indonesian food would not be complete without djahe spice. djahe is actually ground ginger root and used in many dishes.
G218 Djintan: Spice
 this spice is made from the seeds of the tropical cummen plant. it has a fresh aroma and has a mild taste. it may be used in sauces as well as a number of the dishes in a indonesian rice table.
G220 Boemboe Ajam Paniki
 this product is a mixture of spices that is often used to make that chicken dish stand out as the work of an expert chef. it is medium spicy and should be served in conjunction with rice.
G251 Atjar Tjampoer, Pickled Vegetables
 the name says it all. pickled vegetables, used as a side dish with indonesian food is refreshing and provides another taste for the palate.
G314 Hot Chilli Cond.: Sambal Oelek
 a hot pepper condiment that should be used sparingly. let your guests decide how much they want in their food and have something cool to drink handy.
G315 Hot Chillipeper Condiment, Sambal Oelek (Conimex)
 a hot pepper condiment made by conimex, that should be used sparingly. let your guests decide how much they want in their food and have something cool to drink handy.
G324 Mild Chilli Cond.: Sambal Manis
 a milder form of smbal then the sambal oelek. generally acceptable to most people. it is still advisible to let guests deside the amount they want to add to their food.
G333 Sambal Badjak
 badjak has a different flavor then the other sambals and is a favorite with some people. having it available makes the indonesian food experiance a little more interesting. let your guests decide what they like.
G342 Sambal Nasi Goreng
 here is a sambal mild enough to eat right out of the jar, as my wife likes to say. flavor is what it is all about. it provides an other taste at the table.
G343 Sambal Nasi Goreng
 here is a sambal mild enough to eat right out of the jar, as my wife likes to say. flavor is what it is all about. it provides an other taste at the table.
G351 Salty Soy Sauce: Ketjap Asin
 ketjap asin is a soy sauce closest to the soy sauces available in the usa, maybe a little more refined. it is salty and adds flavor to rice dishes.
G356 Sweet Soy Sauce: Ketjap Manis
 this soy sauce is the one i grew up with. it is sweet and slightly syruppy. a little of this with some sambal oelek (g314) mixed in your rice opens up a new world.
G357 Sweet Soy Sauce: Ketjap Manis
 this soy sauce is the one i grew up with. it is sweet and slightly syruppy. try this and some sambal oelek (g314) mixed into your rice, it will open up a new world for you.
G360 Ginger Balls in Syrup
 this is a jar of small balls of yong ginger root in syrup. these ginger balls are used in many indonesian dishes, normally cut in tiny pieces, to enhanse the flavor. expand your horizons give it a try.
G500 Small Shrimp Crackers (Deep Fry)
 known in holland as kroepoek, these shrimp based chips expand into crisp foam like crackers when deep fried. they prickle on your tongue, great stuff and not much work.
G505 Medium Shrimp Crackers (Deep Fry)
 known in holland as kroepoek, these shrimp based chips expand into crisp foam like crackers when deep fried. they prickle on your tongue, great stuff and not much work.
G508 Large Shrimp Crackers, (Deep Fry)
 known in holland as kroepoek, these shrimp based chips expand into crisp foam like crackers when deep fried. they prickle on your tongue, great stuff and not much work.
G510 Extra Large Schrimp Crackers, (deep fry)
 known in holland as kroepoek, these shrimp based chips expand into crisp foam like crackers when deep fried. these are extra large in size and will look great on your table. they prickle on your tongue, are very light and crispy, great stuff and not much work.
G520 Shrimp Crackers (ready to eat)
 these american made crackers are known in holland as kroepoek. they are shrimp based crackers, crisp and foam like. they prickle on your tongue when eaten. you don,t even have to deep fry them, it is all done for you.
G530 Emping: Padi Oat Crackers
 emping are padi oat crackers that require to be fried until they expand. after drying on some absorbent paper they are ready to serve. these crackers are actually from indonesia and require an aquired taste.

 

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