Corn Snacks as a appetizer during lunch or dinner. As an appetizer this recipe is really delicious. Cold or warm, it doesn't matter. So, it is very suitable if you want to go some place where you can't warm up your dish, this is just the perfect and simple solution. Even with cold rice this is very welcome to your stomach.
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.
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.
Speechless about this one. Oxtail combined with soup variation which is a popular dish in Indonesia where it is called as sop buntut.
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.
Makassar, a little heaven for food lovers. Sop Konro is Makassar typical soup made from beef ribs stew.
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.
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.
Coconut cake or we better said wingko babat in Indonesian. It is an original old Javanese dessert, but until now it is still a favorite cake by many Indonesian people. It has a great taste of vanilla and coconut together; it makes the cake very yummy. Try this unique coconut cake. Delicious in simplicity.
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.