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 Healthy food happy people - Chantal Voets

Hello, nice of you to come and take glance at my recipe review. Here, I have made a fine selection of recipes and chefs. Amanprana and/or I has/have a special bond with each of them. We, for example, have cooked together and have the same vision of eating. Healthy, tasty and refreshing meals without fuss. Tasty meals to be healthy and happy. Ayurvedic cuisine, macrobiotics, raw food, vegan cooking and proper food combinations have inspired my recipes.

In the meantime, I have put together quite a few recipes. From appetizers to pancakes and from delicious snacks to smoothies. The emphasis is on pure and natural, without refined nutrients. Nutrition is your best medicine!

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Healthy Indonesian recipes. Become a chef in your own home, with all the flavours of an authentic Indonesian restaurant. Let Amanprana help!

Healthy Indonesian recipes. Become a chef in your own home, with all the flavours of an authentic Indonesian restaurant. Let Amanprana help!

Indonesian cuisine is extremely diverse. Indonesia is a large country made up of thousands of islands, each with its own local recipes and delicacies. Over the years we've discovered many traditional Indonesian recipes, which we're delighted to share with you. It's important to use ingredients which are both healthy and tasty. Remember that many Indonesian recipes are extremely spicy, and often call for specific spices; the original recipes are sometimes quite different from the way the dish is served in an Indonesian restaurant in a Western country. There are also many variations within the cuisine itself. Dishes from the island of Sumatra for example are generally much spicier than recipes from Java. East Java is home to many sweeter recipes

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Spices and seasonings are important in Indonesian cuisine. They don't just improve the flavour; they're also good for you

The most common seasonings in Indonesian cooking are cumin, ginger, turmeric, coriander and lemongrass. Garlic, onion and sambal are also widely used. Coconut is a favourite fruit which can be added in the form of coconut milk (or coconut cream). This gives a dish an Asian/tropical touch and softens the flavour of the strong spices, which is sometimes very welcome for our Western taste buds.

Be inspired by these vegetarian Indonesian recipes from Amanprana

Amanprana's delicious Indonesian recipes can inspire you to cook a complete Indonesian meal. Every recipe has been created with care, and contains the yummiest as well as the healthiest ingredients.

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