Nasi Goreng (Indonesian Fried Rice) recipe - While nasi goreng is available in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore, the Indonesian version is my favorite. Topped with a fried egg (a distinctive note of Indonesian’s version), nasi goreng is a meal that is both hearty and gratifying. #malaysian #rice

Nasi Goreng (Indonesian Fried Rice) recipe - While nasi goreng is available in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore, the Indonesian version is my favorite. Topped with a fried egg (a distinctive note of

Rempeyek Kacang - "An Indonesian peanut snack which is delicious as a snack with your aperative as well as a small accomplicement with your meal. It looks like a small thin "cookie" and is prepared much in the same way as American pancakes." - (loosely translated, this is sort of a peanut brittle, but made with rice flour, coconut milk, etc. Kacang—pronounced 'kachang'—means bean/peanut.)

Rempeyek Kacang - A Indonesian peanut snack which is delicious as a snack with your aperative as well as a small accomplicement with your meal. It looks like a small thin "cookie" and is prepared much in the same way as American pancakes.

Satay Lilit Bali - shrimp and mackerel loaded onto bamboo skewers, grilled and then served with Balinese dipping sauce. #seafood #appetizer

Satay Lilit Bali - shrimp and mackerel loaded onto bamboo skewers, grilled and then served with Balinese dipping sauce. Read Recipe by rasamalaysia

Sop buntut (oxtail soup) is very popular in Indonesia. If you ever visited an Indonesian restaurant that serves this soup, it is really hard to miss it since this is probably the most expensive dish among the many dishes available. I am sure that part of the reason for the …

SOP BUNTUT (oxtail soup) is very popular in Indonesia. If you ever visited an Indonesian restaurant that serves this soup, it is really hard to miss it since this is probably the most expensive dish among the many dishes available.

Serabi (Indonesian Rice Pancakes)

Serabi (indonesian rice pancakes) for the pancakes: 125 gr rice flour 30 gr plain flour tsp salt 150 ml coconut milk, boiling 1 tsp baking powder vanilla and/or pandan extract (optional)

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