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.
This easy to make chicken kebab recipe uses minced chicken. It makes delicious kebab patties that will please everybody, including your little ones.
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.
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.
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.
This air fried butternut squash should be served on your roast menu because it doesn’t take ages to cook. And it’s so appetizingly flavourful that you can even serve it as a snack.
Shami Kebab is one delicious kebab that has a very fine texture and delicate spiciness mixed with savoury meat. It’s one of the must-have snack items in Pakistani/ Indian households. Simply because they’re just too good to exclude.
Dadar Gulung – which literally means rolled pancakes – are sweet snacks made of pandan flavoured pancakes with coconut and palm sugar filling.
It’s one of the popular Jajan Pasar (street food) in Indonesia.
Tempeh and tahu bacem are another way to enjoy tofu and tempeh deliciously. And they have a delicate flavour of fragrant herbs with the sweetness of palm sugar.
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.