This is the strangest looking fruit ever. Rambutan in Malay, Indonesian, and Filipino literally means hairy, caused by the 'hair' that covers this fruit. On the outside it's magenta with green hairy legs all over it. From the outside you'd have no idea what to expect on the inside. Inside it's similar to a lychee fruit. It looks sort of clear and gummy. It's very watery and has a huge seed in the center. It tastes pretty decent, but it's the look of the ramputan that puts it in the top ten.

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This is the strangest looking fruit ever. Rambutan in Malay, Indonesian, and Filipino literally means hairy, caused by the 'hair' that covers this fruit. On the outside it's magenta with green hairy legs all over it. Inside it's similar to a lychee fruit.

Tempe kecap - fried tempeh in Indonesian sweet soy sauce (kecap manis)

TEMPEH KECAP - fried tempeh in Indonesian sweet soy sauce (kecap manis) In INDO FOOD we offer TEMPEH, so come and help us create your dish with tempeh, made specially by your order!

Sate Padang Recipe | Indonesia Eats | Authentic Online Indonesian Food Recipes

Sate Padang is a saté that has curry base sauce. It consists similarity to Minangese rendang spices, turmeric leaves and other spices.

Martabak telur (egg with ground mutton or beef and green onion wrapped in similar to spring rolls wrapper and fried) #Indonesian recipes #Indonesian cuisine #Asian recipes  http://indostyles.com/

Martabak telur (egg with ground mutton or beef and green onion wrapped in similar to spring rolls wrapper and fried) - (This pin no longer goes anywhere, but just look at the yummy photo!

Indonesian Bika Ambon cake #Indonesian recipes #Indonesian cuisine #Asian recipes  http://indostyles.com/

Bika Ambon is a kind of cake from Indonesia. Made from ingredients such as tapioca and sago flour, eggs, sugar and coconut milk. Looks a bit like a crumpet.

Nasi liwet is a traditional Javanese way of cooking rice in coconut milk, chicken broth and spices, from Solo, Central Java, Indonesia. In Solo, nasi liwet is usually eaten for breakfast, but also a popular choice for lunch or supper. In Keprabon subdistrict, Surakarta, nasi liwet is only served for supper at the nighttime.

Nasi Liwet - Traditional Javanese rice cooked in coconut milk served with chicken curry, egg, tofu and tempeh.

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