Bubur Kacang Hijau is creamy mung bean dessert with palm sugar and coconut milk. It’s sweet mung bean porridge that is a popular choice for breakfast as well as for dessert.
Lontong is a type of hard-boiled rice cakes and popular sundries in many Indonesian food dishes. Originally, lontong is made using banana leaves as its wrappers. As it’s not convenient to buy banana leaves when you’re living in the west, i.e. the UK, USA, etc., this tutorial gives you an idea how to make lontong using food-grade plastic bag as the wrapper.
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.
This creamy agar agar milk pudding is delicious and the raspberry makes it delightful to enjoy. Especially on the hot summer days when you fancy some cool desserts.
Pangsit Ayam are the Indonesian version of chicken wontons. They are versatile snacks that you can enjoy with soup, or have them deep-fried.
Lontong sayur is a popular dish in Indonesian often enjoyed for breakfast, brunch, or anytime of the day. It has creamy and spicy vegetable soup in coconut milk that pairs with rice cake.
This authentic beef rendang recipe is rooted in the original one from West Sumatra, Indonesia. It’s meltingly-tender dry beef curry cooked in coconut milk and spices. The dish is one of Indonesia’s signature dishes that is now famous all over the country and beyond.
Ayam Kecap is an Indonesian dish of sweet soy chicken made with kecap manis, the sweet soy sauce. It’s sticky, savory, sweet, and spicy. It’s one of the popular dishes in Indonesia.
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.
Kue Putri Salju is scrumptious butter cookies that are all you need for your festive sweeties. And if you love crumbly cookies that melt in your mouth, then you must try these Snow White Butter Cookies.