Cakwe is one of the popular street foods in Indonesia that you can find in almost all regions of the country. It’s a deep-fried savoury snack with a similar texture to doughnuts, but it’s slightly chewy.
Crispy chicken popcorn is the best snack to enjoy. They’re coated with spicy and crunchy batter and succulent chicken pieces inside.
Poffertjes are mini Dutch pancakes that have a fluffy and light texture. They’re such little delights that melt in your mouth, and with the sprinkle of icing sugar that gives the right sweetness.
Cilok is chewy tapioca dumpling balls that you enjoy with spicy peanut sauce. They’re originally from Bandung, West Java
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.
This Aloo Paratha recipe is what you want to try for a savoury snack or a light meal when you want something simple but a little bit more elaborate than a sandwich.
Aloo Tikki is a potato cutlet with a well-balanced aroma of spices and herbs. Enjoy it as is or as a filling in pita bread, flatbread or tortilla wrap and have it for your packed lunch and a picnic.
Perkedel Tempe Perkedel Tempe literally means tempeh fritters. It’s the mashed tempeh mixed with spices, eggs and flour then deep-fried until it’s crispy on the outside. This post contains affiliate links. We may earn a small commission from a qualifying purchase. Check our disclosure for more info. In Indonesia, there are so many types of…
Ramadan recipes you want to try for good foods that can satisfy hunger and appetite. So you can focus on doing ibadah.