Indonesian Potato Croquette via Indonesiaeats.com

There are many different styles of Croquette in every country. In Indonesia, Croquette was first introduced during Dutch Colonial rule and it becomes a very popular snack. The Indonesians like to enjoy croquettes with bird eye chilies

Sambal Mangga-Indonesian style shredded green mango sambal

Sambal Mangga-Indonesian style shredded green mango sambal - substitute shrimp paste obviously!

Sambal Oelek - can't eat Indonesian food without it !

Sambal Oelek fresh red chillies/cayenne pepper 12 shallots 4 cloves garlic 1 fresh tomato 1 ½ teaspoons brown sugar 1 tsp salt 1 teaspoon toasted shrimp paste 4 tablespoons coconut oil and cheek of lime to serve)

Balinese sambal : sambal matah

Balinese sambal : sambal matah and this one with kecombrang, my favourite!

Soto Betawi: different with Soto Mie, there are no noodles in this Soto, but kind of vermicelli and emping (indonesians chips)

Soto Betawi: different with Soto Mie, there are no noodles in this Soto, but kind of vermicelli and emping (indonesians chips) Food

Banjarmasin, Pasar Lokbaintan floating market, South Kalimantan, Borneo, Indonesia by green.pit

Banjarmasin is more or less a ‘river city’. It is also the capital city of South Kalimantan.

A collection of indonesian recipes

Season with Spice

Inilah cita rasa lidah masyarakat Indonesia :D

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