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.
Sambal goreng terasi literally means fried chilli sauce with dried shrimp paste. It’s a must-have condiment in Indonesian cuisines that tastes deliciously hot with a slightly-fishy aroma.
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 comforting stir-fry noodles with authentic taste.
Nasi goreng tuna, which means tuna fried rice, is an easy and quick way to make a full, nutritious meal from simple ingredients. You get the carb from the rice and protein from the tuna, all on one plate.
This lamb satay is about succulent grilled lamb pieces on the skewers and drizzled with spiced peanut and sweet soy sauce. Perfect for a summer barbecue.