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

mie goreng...

Mie Goreng recipe - Here is my very simple version of mie goreng (Indonesian Fried Noodles) recipe. It fits my busy schedules & doesn’t compromise on the taste.

Grilled Shrimp Lemongrass BBQ Skewers

Grilled Shrimp Lemongrass Skewers - Fantastic idea out of the kitchen of Weaver Weaver with Spice!

Ketoprak    [Ketoprak is a Jakarta food cart dish. Ketoprak consists of peanut sauce, palm sugar, bird chili (short boiled), a very small amount of tamarind (mix it with water), garlic, bihun (thin rice noodles), lontong (rice cake), fried tofu, bean sprout, Indonesian sweet soy sauce, and crackers. Sometimes they'll add boiled eggs.]

Ketoprak [Ketoprak is a Jakarta food cart dish. Ketoprak consists of peanut sauce, palm sugar, bird chili (short boiled), a very small amount of tamarind (mix it with water), garlic, bihun (thin rice noodles), lontong (rice cake), fried tofu, bean sprout, Indonesian sweet soy sauce, and crackers. Sometimes they'll add boiled eggs.]

Padang Chilli Fried Chicken (Ayam Goreng Balado).

Australian Gourmet Traveller recipe for Balinese seafood satay (Sate lilit)

Nasi uduk: A complete serving of Jakarta's "nasi uduk" dish with fried chicken, tofu, tempeh, and shrimp satay. (Photo by Keshie Hernitaningtyas)

This delicious-looking meal from Kedai Nasi Uduk & Ayam Goreng Zainal Fanani is best eaten with your hands. Photo by Keshie Hernitaningtyas.

Kembang goyang - Indonesian sweets

Kembang goyang - Indonesian sweets

Nasi Campur - Bali

Freshly caught/grilled seafood at Jimbaran beach eaten with bare hands, toes dipped in the sand, and wind in your hair plus the lights of the fishing boats across the bay.

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