Gado Gado Loaded Fries

On this page I’m sharing the recipe for Gado Gado Loaded Fries. Gado Gado is a vegetarian dish that originated in Indonesia. As I’m a vegetarian, it’s hands down my favorite Indonesian dish. But because of the tasty peanut sauce, I’m sure everyone likes Gado Gado! My recipe for Gado Gado Loaded fries is vegetarian, and you can easily make it vegan by skipping the egg, or by replacing the egg by tofu.

Gado Gado

Gado Gado is a popular Indonesian dish that is loved for its vibrant flavors and fresh ingredients. It’s one of the best vegetarian dishes in the world. This traditional salad is made with a variety of steamed vegetables, such as cabbage, bean sprouts, green beans, and carrots, which are then topped with a delicious peanut sauce. The sauce is the star of the dish, as it is rich, creamy, and slightly spicy, adding a burst of flavor to the vegetables. Gado Gado is often served with boiled eggs, tofu, and rice cakes, making it a satisfying and nutritious meal. Whether you’re a vegetarian or simply looking for a tasty and healthy dish, Gado Gado is definitely worth a try!
Click here for my vegan Gado Gado recipe.

Loaded Fries

Loaded fries are a mouthwatering treat that takes the classic french fry to a whole new level. These indulgent creations are topped with a variety of delicious ingredients, turning them into a satisfying meal or a delightful snack. There are many Loaded Fries recipes that include meat, but I love creating vegetarian Loaded Fries recipes. Check my recipe for vegan loaded fries with pulled jackfruit for example, or try my vegetarian sweet potato loaded fries.
For this recipe I’ve combined the Indonesian Gado Gado dish with the Loaded Fries principle. Scroll down for my recipe!

Recipe Gado Gado Loaded Fries

Ingredients (serves 2):
200 grams fries
200 grams green beans
80 grams bean sprouts
2 eggs
Peanut sauce, to taste
Cassava crisps, to taste

I used airfryer fries for this recipe, so the dish is more healthy. But you can also go for oven fries, or deep fryer fries. Just prepare them as stated on the package.

Cut of the ends of the green beans. Bring water to a boil and boil the green beans for 12-16 minutes. Add the eggs the last 6-7 minutes. Drain and put the eggs in a bowl with cold water so that they’re easier to peel.
Peel the eggs and cut in half.

You can warm up the peanut sauce in the microwave if desired. But you can also serve it cold over the fries.

Divide the fries, green beans and bean sprouts over two bowls. Top with the peanut sauce and serve with the soft-boiled eggs.
Serve with cassave crisps.

You might also like my recipe for pineapple and veggie chicken tacos.

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