Kari Ayam is the Indonesian version of chicken curry that uses coconut milk with well-balanced spices and herbs. It’s simply delicious with plain white rice.
Nastar is basically the rich buttery shortcrust pastry with homemade sweet pineapple jam as the filling. It’s scrumptious and crumbly.
This pineapple jam has natural tanginess from the fruit and enough sweetness extracted from the fruit with a small amount of added sugar.
Bubur Ayam is one of the most sought-after street foods and such a comforting food to enjoy for breakfast. The soft rice congee with delicate herb fragrance marries well with flavoursome spiced yellow sauce, soy sauce and chilli sauce.
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.
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
Indonesian Nasi Goreng seafood is what you want to make when you are craving a seafood dish that feels light to enjoy. And this recipe helps you put the ingredients together without spending too much time yet results in a deliciously satisfying dish. Nasi Goreng The National Dish Nasi Goreng (pronounced as naa – see…
Tempeh is the fermented soya beans that have now become popular. Check out how to make your own tempeh in a simple and easy way.
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…