Perhaps Padang’s most famed curry, rendang is not an everyday food since it takes time and skill to make. Its secret is in the gravy, which wraps around the beef for hours until, ideally, it’s splendidly tender.
A dried version, which can be kept for months (like jerky) is reserved for honored guests and important celebrations.
Ice jazzed is a fruit cocktail in Indonesia. Avocado, young coconut, grass jelly, jackfruit and other fruits are served with coconut milk, sweetened condensed milk, cocopandan syrup, sugar and a tiny amount of salt.
Sago congee, the staple food of Eastern Indonesia.
As a food, however, it is one of Indonesia’s best-known dishes, essentially a vegetable salad bathed in the country’s classic peanut sauce.
At its base are boiled long beans, spinach, potato, corn, egg and bean sprouts coupled with cucumber, tofu and tempe.
It's sticky rice filled with ground chicken. If you're very hungry, just take one, it filled your stomach and it's really diet friendly.
There is a lot of variation that you can make. You can use chicken or shrimp or even without meat. But one thing for sure is that in this snack is bamboo shoot always present. Bamboo Shoots are the key of all kind Indonesian lumpia. You can’t leave it.
According to lore, the name pempek refers to the old Chinese man who first produced these fish and tapioca cakes from Palembang in South Sumatra. Now a Palembang specialty, pempek or empek-empek comes in a variety of shapes and sizes.
The most famed, kapal selam, literally submarine, contains a chicken egg and is rumored to be the most nutritious form of the spongy dough balls, which are sprinkled with shrimp powder and served withcuka, a dark dipping sauce made from vinegar, chili and sugar.
Indonesian curries have regional variations that depend on the types of meat and fish available though gulai almost always incorporates cinnamon. Opor and rendang can be considered gulais, but better to try out the rainbow of other options.
Speechless about this one. Oxtail combined with soup variation which is a popular dish in Indonesia where it is called as sop buntut.
That goes heavy on the keluak nut to give it a nutty flavor and a deep, black color.The soup base also mingles with garlic, shallots, ginger, turmeric and red chili to make it nice and spicy.