GLOSSARY

A for AGAR AGAR

A for AGAR AGAR
© 2012 Liza W. Widjaja

A

Abon – cooked shredded beef or pork

Acar – pickled vegetable like cucumber & carrots

Adas – fennel

Agar Agar – gelatin

Alpukat – avocado

Asin – salt

Ayam – chicken

B for BIHUN

B for BIHUN
© 2012 Liza W. Widjaja

B

Babi Kecap – pork cooked in soy sauce, sugar and spices

Babi Guling – roasted suckling pig

Babi Hong – stewed pork belly

Bacang – glutinous rice wrapped in palm leaves with meat inside

Bakmie – noodle

Bakmie Goreng – fried noodle

Bakmie Kuah – egg noodle in broth

Bakmie Rebus – boiled noodle

Bakso – ground fish, beef, srimps or squid formed into balls

Bakso ikan – ground white fish form into balls

Basah – wet

Bangkuang – jicama

Bawang – onion

Bawang Bombay – yellow onion

Bawang Bombay Merah – red onion

Bawang Merah – shallot

Bawang Merah Goreng – fried shallot

Bawang Prei – leek

Bawang Putih – garlic

Bayam – spinach

Bebek – duck

Beku – frozen

Bihun – rice noodle

Buah Buahan – fruits

Bubur – poridge

Bumbu – spices

Buncis – green beans

Buntut – tail/oxtail

C for CABE

C for CABE
© 2012 Liza W. Widjaja

C

Cabe – chilli

Campur – mix

Cendol – dessert drink made of green mugbean flour with sugar & coconut milk

Cengkeh – cloves

Cuci – wash

Cuka – vinegar

D for DURIAN

D for DURIAN
© 2012 Liza W. Widjaja

D

Dada ayam – chicken breast

Daging – meat

Dapur – kitchen

Daun – leaf

Daun Jeruk – kafir lime leaf

Daun Kari – curry leaf

Daun Ketumbar – coriander leaf

Daun Kunyit – tumeric leaf

Daun Pandan – pandan leaf

Daun Pisang – banana leaf

Daun Salam – bay leaves

Dingin – cold

Durian/ Duren – Durian

E

Enak – delicious

Es – ice

Es campur – dessert drink made of avocado, sweetened fruits, beans topped with shaved ice, sugar & condensed milk

G

Gado Gado – mix vegetable with peanut sauce

Gandum – wheat

Garam – salt

Goreng – fry

Gula – sugar

Gula Aren – palm sugar

Gula Jawa/Merah – coconut sugar

Gula Caster – caster sugar/superfine sugar

H

Hangat – warm

Hati – heart

Hunkwe – mugbean flour

I for IKAN

I for IKAN
© 2012 Liza W. Widjaja

I

Ikan – fish

Ikat – tie

Itik – bebek

J for JAGUNG

J for JAGUNG
© 2012 Liza W. Widjaja

J

Jahe – ginger

Jambu – guava

Jagung – corn

Jeruk – orange

Jeruk Limo – Indonesia lime

K for KEPITING

K for KEPITING
© 2012 Liza W. Widjaja

K

Kacang – nut

Kacang hitam – black bean

Kacang Mede – cashew nut

Kacang Merah – red kidney bean

Kacang Keledai – soy bean

Kacang Kenari – almond

Kacang Tanah – peanut

Kambing Guling – roasted whole goat

Kayu manis – cinamon

Kapulanga- cardamon

Kecap – soy sauce

Kecap Asin Kental – dark soy sauce

Kecap ikan – fish sauce

Kecap Inggris – worcestershire sauce

Kecap Manis – sweet soy sauce

Kelabat – fenugreek

Kelapa – coconut

Kemiri – candlenut

Kencur – kaempferia Galanga

Kentang – potato

Keripik – small bite size crackers made from thinly sliced, sundried & fried products without any starch

Ketumbar – coriander

Kepiting – crab

Kipas – fan

Kopi – coffee

Keranjang – basket or woven market bag

Kerng – dry

Kuah – soup

Kuali – wok

Kucai – chinese chives

Kukus – steam

Kunyit – tumeric

Krupuk – crackers made of dried paste from the mixture of starch with other ingredients

Kwetiauw – thick rice noodle

L for LABU

L for LABU
© 2012 Liza W. Widjaja

L

Labu – squash

Labu Kuning – pumpkin

Lada – pepper

Lada Hitam – black pepper

Lada Putih – white pepper

Lumpia – spring roll

Laos/Lengkuas – galangal

M for MANGGA

M FOR MANGGA
© 2012 Liza W. Widjaja

M

Makan – eat

Makan Pagi – breakfast

Makan malam – diner

Mangga – manggo

Manis – sweet

Matang – well done

Meja makan – dining table

Mentah – raw

Mentimun – cucumber

Minum – drink

Minuman Keras – alcholic drink

Minyak – oil

Minyak Goreng – cooking oil

N

Nanas – pineapple

Nangka – jackfruit

Nasi – boiled rice

Nasi Goreng – fried rice

P for PETE

P forPETE
© 2012 Liza W. Widjaja

P

Pala – nutmeg

Panas – hot

Panggang – grill

Pasar – market

Pasar Pagi – morning market

Pare – bitter mellon

Pasta Tomat – tomato paste

Pastel – deep fried turnover stuffed with  rice vermicelli, chicken/beef, carrots

Pedas – spicy

Pekak – star anise

Pesan – order

Petis Ikan – fish paste

Petis Udang – srimp paste

Piring – plate

Pisang – banana

R for RAMBUTAN

R for RAMBUTAN
© 2012 Liza W. Widjaja

R

Rambutan – Rambutan

Rebus – boil

S

Sapi – cow

Saring – strain

Sate – satay

Santen – coconut milk

Sayur – vegetable

Semur – stew of beef marinated in soy sauce and spices

Serai – lemon grass

Siomay – chinese steamed dumpling

Singkong – cassava

Soun – rice vermicelli

Sosis – sausage

Sop – soup

Susu – milk

Saus Tomat – ketchup

Saus Tiram – oyester sauce

T for TELOR

T for TELOR
© 2012 Liza W. Widjaja

T

Tape – fermented cassava

Talas – taro

Tahu – beancurd

Tauco -salted fermented soy bean

Tausi – black bean sauce

Tebu – sugar cane

Telur – egg

Telur Asin – salted egg

Tempe – soy food made of fermented soybean

Tepung – flour

Terasi – srimp paste

Tomat – tomato

Tong cay – chinese preserve chopped cabbage

Tuang – pour

U for UDANG

U for UDANG
© 2012 Liza W. Widjaja

U

Ubi – root

Ubi merah – sweet potato

Udang – shrimp

Ulek – to pound

Ulekan – heavy stone with pestle & mortar

Urat – tripe

W

Wijen – sesame seed

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