The sweet jackfruit stew is boiled for hours in coconut milk and palm sugar, making the fruit so soft and tender it falls apart with little chewing.
Other spices are thrown into the mix but teak leaves give it a brown coloring. Like nasi uduk, it is served with rice, boiled egg, chicken and crispy, fried beef skin.
Indonesian culinary food originating from Makassar, South Sulawesi. It is a stew with seasoning broth made from grounded peanut. The main content of this soup is beef and it can be mixed with innards such as intestine, liver, lungs, heart, tripe, or cow brain.
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.
Bajigur is warm drinks typical Sundanese people of West Java, Indonesia. Its main ingredients are brown sugar and coconut milk. To add to the enjoyment mixed too little ginger, salt, and vanilla powder.
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.
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.
Chives and sambal add extra flavor but if it's done right little else is needed. Unlike most Indonesian cuisine, where the secret is in the sauce, the clue to a good mie ayam is the perfect al dente noodle.
Speechless about this one. Oxtail combined with soup variation which is a popular dish in Indonesia where it is called as sop buntut.
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.
Rolls Tapioca Dessert or Cenil in Indonesian is very delicious dessert recipe for the day or in the evening after diner. It’s a warm welcome anytime. The sweet taste together with the seasoned grated coconut brings the taste more livelily. It's also very suitable for the children by making them with a few colors. They would love it.