Fab Food Friday Fotos: Bubur Ayam, Orange Ginger Chicken, Taco Soup, Banana Oat Bars, Egg Sausage Casserole, Potato Pizza, Spiced Wild Plums, Cute Bento, Red Rice Salad, Coconut Carrot Cake, Melon & Beef, White Miso Soup, & More Cheap Recipes « Frugal Café Blog Zone

Fab Food Friday Fotos: Bubur Ayam, Orange Ginger Chicken, Taco Soup, Banana Oat Bars, Egg Sausage Casserole, Potato Pizza, Spiced Wild Plums, Cute Bento, Red Rice Salad, Coconut Carrot Cake, Melon & Beef, White Miso Soup, & More Cheap Recipes

Posted By on July 20, 2012

“Surely the apple is the noblest of fruits.”

~ Henry David Thoreau, from “Wild Apples”


Food nourishes the body, the mind, and the soul. Relax for a bit to let the stresses and demands of this past week drift away while you pamper yourself by viewing this week’s collection of food photographs and recipes. Satisfying, calming, and not in the least bit fattening.

When they’re available, recipes and recipe links will accompany select “Fab Food Friday Fotos,” with the promise that at least one thrifty recipe (usually more) will always be included.


Bubur Ayam for Breakfast | Photo credit: fitri agung, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

Bubur ayam (aka chicken congee) is a savory, thick rice pudding / rice porridge cooked with chicken — it’s one of the more popular comfort foods in Indonesia, especially for breakfast. And it’s incredibly cheap and easy to make.

No recipe was provided with the photo, so I’ve located several bubur ayam recipes at FoodCraze, Indochef, Cook Eat Share, Cook Uncooked, and Indonesian Culinary.


Apples on Tree in South Carolina | Photo credit: Martin LaBar, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved


Ultimate Pasta Salad | Photo credit: hotcouponworld.com, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved


Vegetarian Giro d’Italia: Seitanstoofpot with Beer | Photo credit: megabeth, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

Photographer/cook/webmistress megabeth provided the recipe link, background info, and a warning, so if you’re considering making this soup, read her blog post at Veggin’ first:

Vegetarian Giro d’Italia: Seitanstoofpot with Beer

Today was the last stage in The Netherlands, so I’m rounding out the recipes with a hearty soup called Seitanstoofpot with Beer. This dish was created to honor International Labour Day on May 1st, so it’s a Dutch homage to hearty factory worker food, which invariably involves beer and meat. In the Netherlands, instead of Labour Day, they celebrate Koninginnedag on April 30th – a celebration of the birthday of the Queen’s Mother.

So, the photo looks mouth watering, right? Wait, hold on a minute, don’t go into the kitchen so fast with this recipe until you read further.

Recipe and details on Veggin’.


Delicious Challah Bread, Market in Jerusalem, Israel | Photo credit: poritsky, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved


Bacon Love Affair | Photo credit: Knavemalkin, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved


Chocolate Crinkle Cookies (Snow Caps) | Photo credit: European Citizen, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

Recipe and amusing background on these fabulous chocolate crinkle cookies are posted at Nisha’s Look Who’s Cooking Too blog.


1950s Olive Advisory Board | Photo credit: vidalia_11, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved


Sprouting Mung Beans | Photo credit: doviende, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved


Potato Pizza | Photo credit: Cooking etc., Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

This potato pizza recipe is posted in Greek and English at the food blog Cooking etc.. I noticed a few grammatical oddities in the translation from Greek to English — hopefully, I’ve fixed them all:

The perfect pizza for vegans and those who are fasting, but something out of the ordinary for those who eat everything. Without meat and cheese.

Ingredients for 1 Pizza:

* 1 pizza dough ( see recipe here )
* 600 gr. potatoes (2-3 medium size)
* 1 small onion, sliced
* 1 cup basil leaves
* 2 cloves garlic
* 1 tbsp pine nuts
* 4 tbsp oil
* Salt, pepper

Peel potatoes and cut into thin slices. Put them in a large bowl and sprinkle with 1 tablespoon olive oil. Mix well to all oiled potatoes. Put them on a baking sheet and bake for 20 minutes at 200 deg C (392 deg F). Finely chop the basil and garlic cloves and blend well with pine nuts and remaining 3 tablespoons olive oil. Add salt and pepper and mix well.

On a well-floured surface, roll out the dough and form a circular base to fit us into the pan. With pastry brush with oil pan and a little flour. Transfer the dough on the pan.

Spread basil pesto on the pizza base, passing a layer of potatoes, add the sliced ​​onions, a few leaves of fresh basil, drizzle with a little olive oil, salt and pepper, and bake the pizza at 200 deg C (392 deg F). Remove from the oven once the bottom of the base has taken a light brown color.


Breakfast of Cereal with Fruit & Cream in Southern Ireland | Photo credit: madhavaji, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved


Thai-style Sea Bream Fish Steaming | Photo credit: Nathanael Boehm, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reseved

Sea bream — also called porgies — is one of several types of fish species that have a mild, white meat. Photographer/cook Nathanael Boehm wrote this about his fish dish: “Thai-style sea bream, steaming on a banana leaf. Recipe from Fish Cook: From Shrimp to Swordfish.


Vegetarian BLT, Loving Spoonfuls in Tucson, Arizona | Photo credit: svadilfari, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved


Banana Chocolate Chip, Vanilla & Mixed Berry, & Double Chocolate Muffins | Photo credit: Robyn Gartrell, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

There are three delicious varieties of muffins in the photo: Banana Chocolate Chip, Vanilla & Mixed Berry, and Double Chocolate. PHotographer/cook Robyn Gartrell’s recipe for the double chocolate muffins are posted here at ChocSwirl.


African Farmer’s Coffee Cherry Harvest in Bugesera District, Rwanda | Photo credit: noodlepie, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved


Melon & Beef | Photo credit: Xabier Cid, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

This recipe sounds easy and intriguing, and melons are fairly inexpensive when in season. I’ve never cooked melon with beef before — I’ve never even cooked melon before, for that matter. Photographer/cook Xabier Cid provided these directions:

Melon & Beef Recipe

Hollow out a melon, and mix the minced flesh of the melon with minced beef. Then fry it slowly (15 minutes) melon and beef together, adding salt and pepper, until the beef is completely browned.

Separate the liquid and put the mix inside melon skin. Add some cheese slices on top, and put the two melon halves in the microwave for 4 minutes to melt the cheese.

I have used ‘sage derby’ cheese (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sage_Derby_cheese) so that the recipe has a green look.


Asian Tofu Lemongrass Stir Fry | Photo credit: Andrea Nguyen, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

The link provided for Andrea Nguyen’s recipe for her Asian Tofu Lemongrass Stir Fry on Viet World Kitchen is broken, and I’ve not been able to locate the recipe. It may no longer be on the blog. However, this link will take you to her many tofu recipes and this one to her stir fry recipes so you can give it a go. Maybe I just need to get a new prescription for my glasses…


“Ho-ji Cha” Tea Time | Photo credit: gochie, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

Admit it… you want that cool tea pot, too.


Red Rice Salad | Photo credit: fred_fred, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

Simple and thrifty red rice salad, light and refreshing to serve during summer months, but with flavors that would go well with main dishes all year ’round — photographer/cook fred_fred provided the recipe:

Red Rice Salad Recipe

* 1 cup wild red rice
* 2 Golden Delicious apples
* 1 red bell pepper
* 1 yellow bell pepper
* 1/2 cup raisins
* Salt & pepper
* Olive oil

Bring a pan with salt water to a boil. Boil the rice (wild rice takes longer to boil than normal rice). Poor the rice in a strainer and chill with cold water.

Peel the bell peppers and chop into small squares.

Wash apples and cut into approximately same sized cubes as the bell peppers. Soak the raisins in some water for a few minutes.

Mix all ingredients in a bowl and season with salt, pepper and a bit of extra virgin olive oil.


Lemon and Paeroa (L&P) Beverage Bottle Statue, New Zealand | Photo credit: sarahchats, Flickr, Creative Commons

This beverage statue in New Zealand cracks me up… photographer sarahchats explains:

Lemon and Paeroa is a soft drink here in NZ which is lemony and from Paeroa, hence the name. There’s a giant bottle statue in the town of Paeroa which is a pretty big attraction locally I believe. A piece of Kiwiana. And L&P is yum.

We found out from the informative stations in the surrounding “bottle park” that the statue was originally a rocket, where a radio station broadcast for a week as part of a promo sponsored by L&P. Then they decided it looked kind of like the old L&P bottle, painted it and stuck the cap on, and there you have it.


Egg Sausage Casserole | Photo credit: startcooking kathy & amandine, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

A terrific, frugal casserole with waste-free eggs — photographers/cooks startcooking kathy & amandine provided the egg sausage casserole recipe:

Egg Sausage Casserole Recipe

* 1 pound of Italian sweet sausage – casing removed
* 1/2 cup shallots – chopped
* 2 teaspoons garlic – minced
* 1/2 cup oil-packed sun-dried tomatoes – drained & chopped
* 4 tablespoons fresh parsley – chopped
* 5 large eggs
* 3 large egg yolks
* 1 cup half and half
* 1 cup whipping cream
* 2 cups grated mozzarella cheese
* 1/2 teaspoon of salt

Preheat oven to 375°F. Butter 13 x 9 x 2-inch glass baking dish.

Sauté sausage in medium nonstick skillet over medium heat until brown and cooked through, breaking up with back of fork into small pieces, about 10 minutes

Add shallots and garlic and sauté 3 minutes.

Add sun-dried tomatoes and 2 tablespoons parsley; stir 1 minute.

Spread sausage mixture in prepared dish.

(Can be made 1 day ahead – Cover and refrigerate.)

Whisk eggs, egg yolks, half and half, whipping cream, 1 1/2 cups cheese, and salt in large bowl to blend well. Pour egg mixture over sausage mixture in dish. Sprinkle remaining 1/2 cup cheese and 2 tablespoons parsley over.

Bake until top of casserole is golden brown and knife inserted into center comes out clean, about 30 minutes.

Let stand 5 minutes before serving.

Adapted from: Bon Appétit


Meat, Seaweed, Tomato, & Bitter Melon over Rice | Photo credit: Nemo’s Great Uncle, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved


Spiced Wild Plums | Photo credit: Girl Interrupted Eating, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

Photographer/cook Girl Interrupted Eating’s recipe for these unusual spiced wild plums is posted on her awesome food blog — she wrote this accounting:

On a walk across a playing field with my mum and boyfriend, I noticed lots of yellow blobs on the floor around the surrounding trees. Taking advantage of having my Mum present, a formidable Alys Fowler/Nigella Lawson hybrid, I proffered the fruit to her and asked if she knew what it was.

“Its a wild plum, bit like a Mirabelle.”

That was enough for me to insist the three of us gather a small bag full, however most of the fruit on the tree was not quite ripe. I resolved to return in a week or so and in the interim, began to notice the plums growing everywhere, including the M40 Motorway service stations where the local sparrows were having a fruit fight over them. Probably thankful after a steady annual diet of McDonald’s and Costa Coffee.

Before you picture some pastoral idyll, this is an urban area and these trees were planted with the large housing estate some 10 years ago. So perhaps I should have been less surprised that a week later on my return the friendly local council had decided to trim all the hedges plum trees, blackberries, and sloes and by trim, I mean of course, decimate.

Piles of plums now lay rotting on the ground, so I began picking them up, attracting a fair amount of canine attention, since small orange plums closely resemble balls most were dying for me to “Just throw the ball!” In fact, a lot of the dog walkers were pleased to know the plums were edible, since most of their dogs had scarfed down a dozen or so in the last few weeks week. A few brave walkers even tasted a plum or two for themselves.

Once home, I thoroughly washed the plums, but since I was heading off for a week, I wasn’t sure what to do with them. I could have frozen them, but I am banned from adding anything else to the already overstuffed freezer, so instead I went old school bottling them ( NB this is not proper bottling, which would extend their lives for months, but will mean the plums will keep for a couple of weeks in the fridge).


Shrimp Cocktail | Photo credit: Ming-yen Hsu, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved


Cute Kindergarten Bento | Photo credit: Wendy Copley, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

For instructions on making this adorable child’s bento and other bento creations (tutorials and a photo gallery are on the site), check out Wendy Copley’s blog, Wendolonia. FYI: The face on the whole wheat hamburger bun was drawn on with food markers.

You can tell Wendy creates each bento with love and passion.


Veggie Medley of Fresh Zucchini, Corn, Tomatoes, & Peppers | Photo credit: newwavegurly, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved


White Miso Soup | Photo credit: shashinjutsu, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

From photographer/cook shashinjutsu:

White miso soup recipe

The picture might not be too great, but the soup is amazing! Recipe on Graasland.


Yummy, Pretty Pear & Strawberry Drink in Tunisia | Photo credit: David Weekly, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved


Banana Oat Bars (dairy-free) | Photo credit: Rachel Tayse, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

Photographer/cook/web mistress Rachel Tayse provided this banana oat bars recipe — there many more awesome recipes on her food blog Hounds in the Kitchen:

Recipe is posted at Hounds in the Kitchen.

We whipped up a batch of these dairy free, healthy breakfast substitutes in a recent Kids Cook class. The banana oat bars are easy to prepare and keep well for a quick meal or snack several days in a row.

1) Mix dry ingredients in a large bowl:

* 1/2 cup whole wheat flour
* 1/2 tsp cinnamon
* 1/2 tsp salt
* 1-1/4 cup quick cooking or old fashioned oats

2) Whisk together in a smaller bowl or measuring cup:

* 1/3 cup brown sugar (could probably be reduced to 1/4 cup, if you want to try)
* 2 tbsp honey
* 3 tbsp vegetable oil
* 1 tbsp flax seed meal
* 2 tbsp warm water

3) Mash one ripe banana into the liquid mix.

4) Stir all together. Optionally, add 1/2 cup dried fruit or chopped nuts.

5) Spread in an oiled 8 x 8 inch pan.

6) Bake for 25 – 30 minutes in a 350 degree F oven. Allow to cool and cut into squares.


Jupiter Seedless Grapes, Farmers’ Market at Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NYC | Photo credit: Howard Walfish, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved


Taco Soup | Photo credit: professor evil, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

Another spicy, filling soup to add to my collection of soup recipes — photographer/cook professor evil provided the recipe:

Taco Soup Recipe

Please excuse my monstrous dollop of sour cream.

(original recipe from Rachel, slightly modified for my own nefarious palate)

* 1 lb ground beef (or turkey, your choice!)
* 1 shallot, diced (or half an onion?)
* 1 can corn (do not drain)
* 1 can Ro*tel tomatoes & green chiles (do not drain)
* 1 can sliced mushroom (drain about 1/2 the liquid)
* 1 serrano or New Mexico green pepper, diced
* 1 packet ranch dressing powder mix
* 1 packet taco seasoning mix

To top with…
* shredded cheese
* sour cream
* tortilla chips

Heat a 4 qt pot to medium high. Add 1 tbs olive oil to pan. When pan is heated, add onion and pepper. Stir once or twice.

Open ground beef, sprinkle with taco and ranch powders. Mix into the ground beef, and then add to pan.

Let simmer for a minute, stir. Check every minute and stir, and when the beef is nearly browned, add in the corn, Ro*tel tomatoes, and mushrooms.

Stir together to mix. Turn off burner. Stir after a minute, cover and leave alone for 5 minutes while you get bowls, cheese, and sour cream.

Scoop into bowl, sprinkle with cheese, and a dollop of sour cream. Tortilla chips served on the side to dip/crunch/enjoy as needed.


Dessert: Trio of Yorkshire Apples at The Pipe and Glass Inn, Beverley, East Yorkshire, England | Photo credit: thefoodplace.co.uk, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

Beautiful apple dessert — quick summary from photographer thefoodplace.co.uk:

Trio of Yorkshire apples – apple and bramble crumble, sticky apple sponge, and apple sorbet at The Pipe & Glass Inn in Beverley.


Orange Ginger Chicken | Photo credit: Elana’s Pantry, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

Another tantalizing (and gluten-free) recipe from Elana’s Pantry — link is below, along with this recap about her orange ginger chicken (yes, I’m drooling):

My husband called and said he had to work late tonight. However, the boys and I were much too hungry to wait. So, before we ate, I snapped a photo of dinner and emailed it to him. I kept a plate warm in the oven, until he made it home.

We had this chicken with steamed broccoli and smothered it in cranberry sauce and gravy.

More on this recipe and other gluten-free recipes @http://www.elanaspantry.com/2007/01/30/look-what-you-missed-for-dinner/


Mediterranean Seafood Casserole, Casanova Restaurant, Carmel, California | Photo credit: rhosi, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved


Coconut Carrot Cake | Photo credit: Chiew Pang, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

This luscious cake not only has carrots and coconut in it, but hazelnuts and almonds as well. Photographer/cook Chiew Pang has posted the cake recipe here.


Chico’s Spicy Chicken, Eggplant, & Bell Peppers | Photo credit: QlinArt, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

Recipe for this easy, delicious Chico’s Spicy Chicken, Eggplant, & Bell Peppers dish is posted here at QlinArt, with this summary:

If you’re not into cooking that much, but would like to eat something homemade that’s quick and easy, then you must try this recipe. This Thai-inspired dish is hot and is as yummy as it looks on the picture. The chicken stays plump and juicy, the veggies are vibrant and crunchy, and the sauce is simply spicy and succulent. Plus it looks damn great, people will think you spent hours cooking this gourmet stir-fry. It’s incredibly easy and fast to make that anyone can cook it. It’s great for people on the go with hectic schedules or busy jobs.

Proof – my brother Chi (aka Chico), who loves frozen ready-made meals, who enjoys eating out and taking out, who seldom enjoys cooking or rarely gets excited about food… made this delicious and colourful dish, all by himself and before my very own teary eyes. Tears of joy, of course.


Apple Cranberry Tart | Photo credit: jypsygen, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved


Cauliflower Cakes | Photo credit: Bacon and Tofu, Flickr, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

Here is photographer/cook Bacon and Tofu’s recipe for these awesome cauliflower cakes, which is also posted at Vegetarian Times:

Cauliflower Cakes Recipe

These little patties are soft in the middle and crispy outside. People who claim they don’’t like cauliflower have been known to eat them with gusto! For extra crunch, use a bread that has sunflower or other seeds in it. These patties are delicious served plain or with a tomato or cheese sauce. Accompany them with a green salad.

* 1 medium-sized cauliflower (about 1-1/2 lb), cut into florets
* 2 cups whole-grain breadcrumbs, or as needed
* 1/3 cup crunchy cashew butter
* 1/2 cup finely chopped green onions
* 1 to 2 Tbs. olive oil

Steam cauliflower florets 10 minutes, or until very tender. Transfer to mixing bowl, and mash with potato masher until only small lumps remain.

Stir in 1 1/2 cups breadcrumbs, cashew butter and green onions, and season to taste with salt and pepper. Add more breadcrumbs, if necessary, to make mixture hold together.

Shape into 12 patties, about 1/2-inch thick. Spread remaining breadcrumbs on sheet of wax paper. Coat patties on both sides with breadcrumbs. 4. Heat 1 Tbs. oil in large skillet over medium heat. Add half of patties, and cook 5 minutes on each side, or until browned. Transfer to paper towel–lined plate. Repeat with remaining patties and oil. Serve immediately.

Serves 6.


Vintage WWII Propaganda Poster: ‘Lend a Hand on the Land, at a Farming Holiday Camp’ | Photo credit: Great Britain, British Government, c1939-c1945


Food photos selected and posted are credited and have Creative Commons-licensed content with some rights reserved for noncommercial purposes, unless otherwise noted.


Past three months of Fab Food Friday Fotos posts:

Triple Chocolate Mousse Cakes, Sesame Kelp Noodles, Lentil Soup with Saffron Yogurt, Pork Tacos, Smoked Chicken & Roasted Pepper Salad, Vegan Fudge, Brussels Sprouts with Bacon, More Thrifty Recipes

Tamarind Glaze Lamb Ribs, Asparagus Basil Salad, Bacon Baklava, Stained-Glass Cookies, Bobotie, Gluten-Free Granola, Miso Baked Eggplant, Mexican Chicken & Beans, Hanami Sandwiches, Greek Tomato Salad, & More Thrifty Recipes

Bulgur Feta Mint Salad, Lemon-Strawberry Icebox Cheesecake, Chipotle Chicken Chowder, Sausage Casserole, Apple Bacon Stuffing, German Chocolate Cupcakes, Carrot Tangerine Curry, Lemon Cucumber & Heirloom Tomato Carpaccio, & More Recipes

Vegan Dark Chocolate Sorbet, French Onion Salisbury Steak, Japanese Mountain Yam Rolls, Soups, Salads, Tandoori-Flavored Burgers, Spinach & Pine Nut Cakes, Pâté Spread, Lemon Risotto, Oatmeal Smoothies, More Cheap Recipes

New Potato & Spinach Curry, Beef Pho, White Zucchini Boats, Beer Cheese Soup with Bacon & Jalapeños, Spicy Tofu, Mandarin Chicken & Pasta, Fig Pecan Scones, Spanish Migas, Roasted Turnips, Shrimp & Rice Soup, & Thrifty Recipes

Meatball Soup with Mizuno & Crispy Garlic, Breakfast Pizza, Butterscotch Pear Upside-down Cake, Sweet Potato & Black Bean Tacos, Potato Chip Cookies, Bunny Bento, Strawberry Soup, & Frugal Recipes

Spicy Salmon, Dutch Mustard Soup, Mac & Cheese Pizza, Tequila Lime Prawns, Spinach & Ricotta Pudding, Pickled Sugar Snap Peas, Mini Corn Dog Muffins, Bean Curd Soup, Salads, & More Frugal Recipes

Pea Soup with Bacon & Breadcrumbs, Zucchini Fritters, Filipino Noodles & Chicken, Garlic Cheese Biscuits, Caviar Tacos, Stir-Fried Pork & Black Bean Sauce, Fruit Pizza, Thrifty Recipes, & More

Dill Mushroom Soup, Curry & Lemon Pilaf, Fried Chicken & Sawmill Gravy, Egg Custard Buns, Chocolate Peppermint Bars, Slow Cooker Cacciatore, Spicy Steak, Pork Chops & Navy Bean Gravy, Masa Pones, Garlic Ginger Bok Choy, More Recipes

Shangri-La Beef, Chard with Currants & Pine Nuts, Chile Relleno Casserole, Spaghetti Squash, Frito Pie, 5 Spices Meatballs, Apple Cake, Chocolate Mousse, Ginger Citrus Zucchini Bread, Frugal Recipes

Roasted Garlic Focaccia Bread, Corn Chowder, Stir-Fried Chicken, Apple Almondilla Smoothie, 3-Cheese Salad, Pumpkin Mini Muffins, Green Tea Pound Cake, Vegan Bacon & Cheddar Potato Soup, Recipes, & More

Fruit Fizzies, Black Bean Chili Con Carne, Kadhai Jhinga, Fried Tilapia, Snoopy Bento, Lamb & Roasted Green Beans, Cheater Pizza, Pflaumen-Buckle, Pulled Pork, More Frugal Recipes

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