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Millet Steamed Cake

Millet Steamed Cake by kristy

It's a healthy gluten-free goodie for everyone at anytime!

2 votes
8991 views
Putu Ayu

Putu Ayu by Christine

Putu Ayu is a popular traditional steamed coconut cupcakes in Indonesia. They are cute, fragrant, delicious and soft cupcakes to eat!

1 vote
8679 views
Kuih Sagu Kukus (Steamed Sago Cake)

Kuih Sagu Kukus (Steamed Sago Cake) by Navaneetham Krishnan

Pandan flavored sago, steamed and rolled over fresh grated coconut.

1 vote
2300 views
Yellow Garlic Rice and Broccoli

Yellow Garlic Rice and Broccoli by Smokinhotchef

I make this all the time for a quick and easy side dish. Alternately, this can be a main dish by adding 1 lb. of chicken, beef, or pork. my daughter Genesis loves it and enjoys this recipe as her main dish with no meat added. I feel great knowing my children can be satisfied with a meatless meal and still be happy!

1 vote
4645 views
Colourful Chinese Dumplings

Colourful Chinese Dumplings by Savoury Apron

Chinese dumplings, also known as Pot-stickers or Momos (depending on where you are from), are perhaps one of the most universally known dishes. They come in many forms, many kinds of fillings, and quite often vary region to region. Made right, these babies are a mouthful of flavourful explosion, and with time, more and more unique…

2 votes
2328 views
Chili Coriander Steamed Fish

Chili Coriander Steamed Fish by Navaneetham Krishnan

The added heat coming from bird eye chilies is a welcome burn at the tips of the tongue.

1 vote
1743 views
Hearty Mediterranean Hash

Hearty Mediterranean Hash by Smokinhotchef

This hash can be served anytime of day or night!! I came up with it in the the a.m., so I served it for brunch. Loads of flavors and satisfy your Meatless Monday quota with ease and gratitude!

1 vote
2357 views
Indonesian Traditional Kue Lapis (Layer Cake)

Indonesian Traditional Kue Lapis (Layer Cake) by Christine

I was craving this Indonesian Traditional Layer Cake some time ago and decided to make it myself. I used the recipe from an old cook book I bought in Indonesia many years ago. This book is intended for beginners in the kitchen and the recipe for this Kue Lapis doesn't use rice flour but uses mungbean flour (tepung hunkwe) instead.

1 vote
6293 views
Gujarati Khatta Dhokla

Gujarati Khatta Dhokla by Hina Gujral

Gujarati Khatta Dhokla is steamed rice and lentil fudge seasoned with curry leaves, mustard seeds with splash yellowish red of turmeric and red chili powder. Gujarati Farsans (Snacks) have unique persona each with distinguished cooking method, peculiar taste profile, appetizing presentation and low on calorie count. One such…

1 vote
3439 views
Vegetarian Stuffed grape leaves. Also known as Turkish Sarma or Greek Dolmas (olive oil and rice)

Vegetarian Stuffed grape leaves. Also known as Turkish Sarma or Greek Dolmas (olive oil and rice) by CARI GULOW

This is for the Vegetarian olive oil and rice Stuffed grape leaves, or Stuffed Cabbage. Also known as Turkish Sarma or Greek Dolmas (olive oil and rice) you can use it in peppers, cabbage eggplants, squash. My favorite Grape leaves are the Orlando…

1 vote
4371 views
Healthy Instant Dhokla

Healthy Instant Dhokla by momchef

Steamed Indian snack

1 vote
5297 views
Steamed Blossoms (Coconut Palm Sugar)

Steamed Blossoms (Coconut Palm Sugar) by Raihana Ayob

1 vote
6201 views
Steam Lala/Clams With Curry Leaves

Steam Lala/Clams With Curry Leaves by Navaneetham Krishnan

Pretty straightforward yet the dish is simply inviting with chilli spiciness and aroma of curry leaves.

1 vote
1551 views
Steamed Brownies (Brownies Kukus)

Steamed Brownies (Brownies Kukus) by Christine

Steamed brownies (Brownies Kukus) first found their fame in Indonesia about twelve years ago after one bakery from Bandung introduced this cake. From that point on, a lot of people in Indonesia started to commercialize steamed brownies too.

1 vote
6235 views
Moong Sprouts Dhokla

Moong Sprouts Dhokla by Ayeesha Riaz

I'm back to dhokla mode again. The thing I love about dhoklas are they are easy to make and twist them to your choice by adding different ingredients. If I'm right I think I came across these dhoklas in Tarla dalas recipe. I also don't remember whether it was just with moong beans or sprouted moong beans but I made it with moong…

1 vote
2367 views