gado-gado


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gado-gado

(ˈɡɑːdəʊˈɡɑːdəʊ)
n
(Cookery) an Indonesian dish of cooked mixed vegetables and hard-boiled eggs served with a peanut sauce
[Bahasa Indonesia]
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A variety of dishes with archipelagic flavors were served in the event, starting from kue cucur, onde-onde, and gado-gado which were prepared in front of the guests.
The one that stands out most -- or rather, the one that's lingered on my taste buds for more than three decades -- is her Gado-Gado, a vegetable dish she served with a peanut sauce that literally stopped time.
The rest of the meal was excellent as well: martabak, which is like a savory baklava filled with minced chicken (it probably has the same origins as baklava; mutabbaq is Arabic for 'folded,' and versions of it exist in Saudi Arabia and India); gado-gado, a welcome relief from the spice; black pepper prawns (udang lada hidam), a surprisingly mild dish which I'm told is a staple of Indonesian household food.
There was the gado-gado salad - a terrifically tasty combination of vegetables and tofu coated in a sweet peanut sauce - and a sensational prawn was the dinosaurs had come and curry.
There was the gado-gado salad - a terrifically tasty combination of was the vegetables and tofu coated in a sweet peanut sauce - and a sensational prawn curry.
was the There was the gado-gado salad - a terrifically tasty combination of vegetables and tofu coated in a sweet peanut sauce - and a sensational prawn curry.
The food arrived and was impeccably presented, with my two pieces of hake balanced over a tangle of beansprouts and greens served gado-gado style, with soft-boiled eggs on the side and a delicious satay-style sauce stirred through it all.
Pakistanis were said to enjoy number of Indonesian cuisine, during the festival, as Sate Ayam (chicken Satay), Sate Kambing (Mutton Satay), Gado-Gado (Indonesian Salad of boiled mixed vegetables served with a peanut sauce), Bakso (meat ball soup), Nasi Goreng (fried rice), Rendang (dry braised beef) and Mie Goreng (fried noodles).
There are traditional side dishes including kai lan, steamed Chinese broccoli with garlic and sesame oil, and salads such as gado-gado, which includes mixed vegetables, tofu, boiled egg, garlic chips and peanut sauce.
We started in Vietnam and Japan with spring rolls and sushi, ending up in Bali with Gado-Gado, a delicious mix of bean sprouts, green beans, egg, tofu and peanut sauce.
The Indonesian dish gado-gado is a vegetable salad with dressing.