Herbs and spices have been used for thousands of years to heal what ails us and enhance the flavor of our foods. But what exactly are they, and how do you use them to cook with or store them properly?
Nasi Goreng Ayam is Indonesian chicken fried rice that you can make in less than 30 minutes. It’s a delicious way to use up leftover rice and chicken. Seasoned with kecap manis, this simple dish is packed with flavors.
This soft and fluffy pandan cake uses natural pandan leaves and coconut milk. A combo that creates delicious flavor to the cake.
Nasi Kebuli is the Arab-Indonesian version of pilau rice that is cooked in spiced meat broth. It’s deliciously fragrant with a deep flavor of meat goodness.
Refreshing, crunchy, and slightly spicy are what you get from Acar Timun. This Indonesian cucumber salad is the most popular simple salad in a food spread.
Treat your taste buds to Mie Ayam, one of the most well-sought Indonesian street foods featuring yellow wheat noodles (bakmi) served alongside flavorful braised chicken and mushrooms with steamed vegetables.
This butternut squash curry is packed with flavours from herbs and spices that mixed with creamy coconut milk.
Soto Ayam is a savoury chicken broth with shredded chicken and rice vermicelli. It is the Indonesian version of chicken noodle soup that offers heartwarming deliciousness.
Bakwan Sayur is moreish vegetable fritters you want for your next snack time. It’s crunchy on the outside but fluffy and savoury on the inside.
Perkedel Jagung, which means sweetcorn fritter, is very popular in Indonesia. It’s a finger food that often enjoyed as a side dish as well as afternoon snacks.