This Green Pancakes recipe is really one of the traditional Indonesian desserts. It’s delicious with sweet grated coconut and not to mention the lovely green sheets that‘s really tasteful with pandan extract.
Nastar is a small cookies filled with pineapple jam, delightful snap through the day. If you have small amount guests in house, this is certainly one the best choice to serve. It looks pretty and innocent, hiding the great amount of calorie. Yes, these cookies consist of a lot of calorie, especially if you use cream butter, which makes this snap more delicious.
Martabak manis or sweet martabak is nothing more than a thick pancake. If you can make a pancake, you can make this martabak too, it’s very easy and tasty.
You can make a lot of delicious things with mung beans, and this sweet porridge dessert is one of them. It smells great with fresh ginger and very delightful with seasoned coconut milk. And that’s not all, beside that this dessert very delicious, it has a high nutrition value and very easy to make.
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.
Pastry parcels stuffed with meat or Pangsit is a small crispy Indonesian snack with some meat loaf inside. It is one of the easiest snacks to make.
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.
Rissoles, one of the favourite of Indonesian snacks. This is certainly one of the most delicious of Indonesian appetizer. It’s not difficult to make, it’s only time consuming. You will need so much preparation to make it. But don’t worry about it, take your time.
One of President Barack Obama's favorite food. It takes on many forms. Meatballs springy or rubbery, the size of golf balls or bigger are made from chicken, beef, pork or some amorphous combination of them all. Sold mostly from pushcarts called kaki lima, bakso comes garnished with fried shallots, boiled egg and wontons.
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.