These Indonesian sweet potato balls have a slightly chewy texture. They are called Kolak Biji Salak which you enjoy with brown sugar syrup and drizzle of creamy coconut milk. They’re delicious for dessert or just afternoon snack. Yummy.
Serabi Kuah is Indonesian pancakes that you enjoy with palm sugar syrup and coconut milk. And you can make them with either plain flour or rice flour. It’s a perfect option for dairy-free and gluten-free pancakes.
Ayam Goreng Bumbu, is not just an ordinary fried chicken. It’s a traditional fried-chicken from Indonesia that when it’s properly cooked, the chicken will taste flavoursome right to the bone.
Mie Goreng literally means stir-fried noodles in Indonesian. It’s one of the most popular dishes and street-food menus among Indonesian culinary. This Mie Goreng recipe offers you a flavourful and comfort stir-fry noodles with authentic taste.
Asinan Jakarta is made with crispy vegetables with peanuts and tamarind sauce. This salad is so refreshing to have on a hot summer day. It’s crunchy, zingy and spicy.
Soto Ayam is one of the most popular soups among Indonesian culinary. This clear chicken soup is often enjoyed with cellophane noodles and hard-boiled rice cakes.
This chicken and sweet corn soup is very easy to make and doesn’t need a lot of ingredients. It’s delicious and nutritious. A perfect choice for a starter or even a light lunch menu.
Macaroni Schotel literally means macaroni dish. It’s a baked-cheesy dish made of macaroni and cheese. It’s a savoury that is delicious to enjoy as an afternoon snack or as a starter.
This tuna fried rice (Nasi Goreng Tuna) is delicious to have it on its own, or with some crispy salad, chilli condiment (sambal) and prawn crackers.
This creamy Mung bean dessert with coconut milk is called Bubur Kacang Hijau (Ijo) in Indonesian. It’s a comfort sweet dish that popular to have for breakfast as well as for dessert.