[ gah-doh gah-doh ]
/ ˈgɑ doʊ ˈgɑ doʊ /
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an Indonesian dish consisting of raw or slightly cooked vegetables, as green beans, bean sprouts, and cabbage, with baked or boiled potatoes, served with a spicy peanut, chile, and coconut milk sauce.
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Origin of gado gado
First recorded in 1920–25; from Indonesian gado-gado “hodgepodge, potpourri,” plural of gado “mix,” from mengado “to eat without rice”
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British Dictionary definitions for gado gado
/ (ˈɡɑːdəʊˈɡɑːdəʊ) /
an Indonesian dish of cooked mixed vegetables and hard-boiled eggs served with a peanut sauce
Word Origin for gado-gado
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