Ketoprak is a traditional salad from the Jakarta area. Its main ingredients are lontong/ ketupat, beansprouts, rice vermicelli, and tofu. And its dressing is made of garlicky and spicy peanut sauce.
Pakistani Dahi Baray is literally lentil dumplings soaked in yoghurt sauce. They’re fluffy and light with creamy yoghurt sauce and tamarind sauce drizzle. A perfect starter for summer days.
Pangsit Ayam are the Indonesian version of chicken wontons. They are versatile snacks that you can enjoy with soup, or have them deep-fried.
Perkedel Kacang Hijau, the Indonesian mung bean fritters, are no-ordinary fritters. With wholesome grains and spices, these tasty fritters will be your next go-to snacks.