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Indonesian Food Fest at Seasonal Tastes, Westin

I don’t usually cook, but when I do I make sure it’s something fancy. Keeping this tradition alive, I tried my hand at Indonesian cuisine this weekend. How was it? Well, Chef Ridwan at the Westin  made it look real easy. In the masterclass held at Prego, Westin, he showed us how to make Gado Gado and Nasi Goreng. I am going to share the recipes with you in this post. If you decide to try it, do let me know how it turns out.

Pro Tip : If you wish to try your hand at this cuisine, I suggest you start off with a lot of patience.

indonesian cuisine masterclass ridwan ingredients

indonesian cuisine masterclass ridwan prego




Chinese cabbage-15 gm              Lollorosso lettuce-15 gm

Beans sprouts-15 gm                   Long beans-15 gm

Hardboiled egg-1 piece               Tomato wedges-1 piece

Fried tofu-15 gm                         Shrimps crackers-2 pieces

Soya sweet sauce-10 ml             Peanut sauce-50 ml

Preparation Method

Step 1-Blanch all the vegetables, except lettuce then mixed with peanut sauce

Step 2– assembled to garnish with hard-boiled egg, crackers and soya sauce then seasoning with salt and pepper plate then ready to serve.

indonesian cuisine masterclass ridwan gado gado
Gado Gado- now that’s a slaad that I’d have
indonesian cuisine masterclass ridwan cooks
I repeat- he made it loo very easy!




Boiled Rice -100 gm                    Prawns-15 gm

Chili paste -20 gm                       Pak Choi – 2 leaf

Shrimp -1 piece                            Spring onion-1 piece

Egg -1 piece                                  Sweet soya sauce – 10 ml

Carrot -1 piece

Preparation Method

Step 1-Heat a wok over medium heat. Add 2 teaspoons oil. Swirl to coat. Add egg. Swirl to coat base. Cook for 1 minute. Transfer to a board. Roll up. Cut into thin strips

Step 2 -Increase heat to high. Add remaining oil. Add chicken. Stir-fry for 2 to 3 minutes or until just cooked through. Transfer to a plate. Add onion, garlic, bacon and carrot to wok. Stir-fry for 2 to 3 minutes or until onion has softened.

 Step 3 -Add rice, prawns, capsicum, peas and simmer the heat. Stir-fry for 1 minute. Return chicken and three-quarters of the egg. Stir-fry for 3 minutes or until heated through. Spoon it into plate. Top with remaining egg. Ready to Serve.

indonesian cuisine masterclass ridwan nasi goreng
The smell makes you drool- I LOVE this cuisine.
indonesian cuisine masterclass ridwan
Chef Ridwan effortlessly shows us how to cook Nasi Goreng
indonesian cuisine masterclass ridwan shrimp
Shrimp Love <3
indonesian cuisine masterclass ridwan nasi goreng final
This beauty tasted as good as it looks-

indonesian cuisine masterclass ridwan nasi gorng 2

This was followed by a buffet at Seasonal Tastes where I ate cake for lunch ( I didn’t quite like the Indonesian spread- maybe since the coconut milk gravy made all dishes taste similar?)

cake for lunch

Yes, I had a fabulous weekend, and a lot more lies in store this week. To know more, you can follow me on Twitter (@DumbbellsnDrama), SnapChat (Pea Tea) and Instagram (@dumbbellsanddrama).


Have a great week folks!


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