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.
Gado-gado is a perfect example of unity in diversity. It has different vegetables and food items put-together with a spicy-delicious peanut sauce that makes the whole thing extraordinary. Because every element complements each other and creates a uniquely tasty salad.
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.
Sop Buntut is an Indonesian clear oxtail soup that offers flavour and delicacy. It is made with simple ingredients, and its taste is focused on savoury oxtail.
Soto Betawi is a soupy dish made with beef that is originally from the Jakarta region. It uses a few spices and herbs that make it deliciously fragrant. And the soup itself has milk that makes it slightly creamy.
Yakhni or Yakni is an Urdu word for soup or broth. But, it particularly refers to the bone broth made with meat bones and whole spices that are often cooked for when someone is not well.
Fruit Chaat is a spiced-up fruit salad that offers the aroma of a unique spice that blends with the fruits. It’s a more interesting way to eat your fruit salad.
This apple, melon and pineapple salad with balsamic vinegar is a perfect choice for hot summer days. It’s crispy, juicy and refreshing. With the dressing that tastes a little spicy yet delicious.
Cucumber tomato salad with spicy dressing is one salad that you want to enjoy after having rich food such as chicken kebabs or lamb burger or meat curries. But, having said that, the salad is delicious to enjoy as is. Without any other excuses apart from loving the taste.
Rujak Serut is tangy and spicy Indonesian sweet potato slaw with tamarind dressing. It’s delicious as is or as a salad on the side.