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Balinese Chicken Satay (AKA Sate Ayam in Indonesian) is a very popular and widely available delicacy in Bali and throughout Indonesia. This dish consist of seasoned, skewered and grilled chicken served with peanut sauce (commonly known as satay sauce in Indonesia). Founder of Bali in A Jar and Balinese Chef Desak Yoni shared her Chicken Satay recipe below, served with Bali in A Jar Satay Sauce that replicates the true and original taste of authentic Balinese delicacy.    Preparation time: approx. 15 minutesServe 4 people Ingredients 500g chicken thigh fillets or breast fillets 20 bamboo sticks/skewers 2 tsp of vegetable oil 1...

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Craving for Balinese food? If you enjoy Bali and missing the amazing food, the Balinese Fried Rice (AKA Nasi Goreng in Indonesian) is delicious and so simple you can DIY (do it yourself) at the comfort of your own home. Check out the recipe below from Founder of Bali in a Jar and Balinese Chef Desak Yoni who makes this meal easy and possible with her authentic Balinese Sauces.   Preparation time: 15 minutesServes: 1 person Ingredients 1 cup of cooked rice 1 tsp of Bali In A Jar Chilli Paste 1 tsp of vegetable oil 1 cup of vegetables of...

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Spicy Balinese Curry Egg (AKA Telur Pedas in Indonesian), is a common delicacy in Bali and throughout Indonesia. The Spicy Balinese Curry Egg consists of deep-fried hard-boiled eggs with spicy curry. This dish is often served with plain steamed rice, coconut rice or nasi goreng (fried rice). Here's a recipe from founder of Bali in a Jar and Balinese Chef Desak Yoni.   Preparation time: approx. 25 minutesServes: 6 people   Ingredients 18 peeled boiled eggs 1 jar of Bali In A Jar Curry Paste 2 tsp of Bali In A Jar Chilli Paste 50 ml of “Kara” coconut cream A handful of...

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This is a super refreshing drink - perfect to fight fatigue, or just to wake you up in the morning. Also a great alternative to coffee! Vegan and vegetarian friendly!   How to make Kaffir Lime Leaf syrup with mint, ginger and lemongrass? Have you tried using Kaffir Lime Leaf to make various drinks ? Well here's one recipe you might like to try and its ever so so so yummy  – with its clean, refreshing taste, intriguing aroma, and a good amount of healthy fat and minerals, this smoothie is a great breakfast alternative on a hot morning.   INGREDIENTS:...

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Revitalise and energise with Kaffir Lime Leaf Powder and Jujube!

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