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[mass noun] (in Indonesian cuisine) a salad of raw and cooked vegetables in a spicy peanut sauce, often served with fried tofu and hard-boiled eggs:‘there's an attractive display of salads, and daily savouries like gado gado and kidney bean and cheese bake’
- ‘On the other hand, the gado gado was like an indonesian salad.’
- ‘Granted, gado gado (dressing and salad go by the same name) sounds more exotic and exciting, but the adventure of this dish is in tweaking familiar ingredients for a refreshing change.’
- ‘Among the culinary delights of Indonesia recommended is gado gado, a dish of steamed bean sprouts and other vegetables served with a spicy peanut sauce.’
- ‘To start off, you might want to try the gado gado ($7), a classic Indonesian dish, a cold salad made with cabbage, potatoes, tempeh, green beans, tofu, eggs, tomatoes and spinach.’
- ‘We dined in style on gado gado (mixed vegetables with peanut sauce).’
- ‘So, we've been indulging in salads, veggie curries, and gado gado, a local dish of blanched veg, covered with peanut sauce and served with a soft boiled egg, and fried tofu or tempeh.’
From Javanese gadho-gadho, probably from nggadho eat without rice.
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