Indonesian Cakes Project by ~artemiscrow on deviantART

Jajan Pasar (kue basah) khas Indonesia by ~artemiscrow on deviantART Indonesian traditional snacks and sweets

[Indonesian Traditional Food] Ketan Serundeng - Sticky Rice Balls with Spicy Grated Coconut

[Indonesian Traditional Food] Ketan Serundeng - Sticky Rice Balls with Spicy Grated Coconut. I love this food since i was a child.

Lupis (sometimes lopis) is a traditional food from Indonesia. It is a sweet cake made of glutinous rice. It can be sweetened further with shredded coconut topped with a thick palm sugar syrup.  It is usually eaten as a breakfast or side dish in the evening tea time.  Lupis is often found in traditional markets throughout Indonesia, and in Javanese area, especially in the middle and eastern of Java.

Lupis (sometimes lopis) is a traditional food from Indonesia. It is a sweet cake made of glutinous rice. It can be sweetened further with shredded coconut topped with a thick palm sugar syrup. It is usually eaten as a breakfast or side dish in the evening tea time. Lupis is often found in traditional markets throughout Indonesia, and in Javanese area, especially in the middle and eastern of Java.

ice cendol - indonesian dessert drink

Es cendol is an Indonesian drink made from rice flour served with coconut milk, sugar palm and ice cubes or shaved ice. While Indonesian people drink es cendol as a nice refreshment, a lot of Westerners like es cendol as dessert.

Spekkoek - recipe here http://roseskitchen.wordpress.com/2007/01/11/kueh-lapis-legit/

When growing up in Berlin, Germany, my mom would bake with me this incredible Indonesian layer cake, also known as Kueh/Kek Lapis and those.

Putu Mayang | Pinodita Kitchen

putu mayang - Indonesian traditional snacks, made from rice flour with palm sugar mixed with coconut milk sauce

wedang jahe (indonesian ginger tea)

wedang jahe (indonesian ginger tea) n onde-onde (mung bean filled ball rolled in sesame) yum yumm

dah macam buah melaka ye jugak nie

Klepon or kelepon is a kind of traditional Indonesian food that is included in the snack market. This food is made from glutinous rice flo.

Geplak is a sweet snack made from equal parts coarsely grated coconut and sugar, in equal amounts, often colored brightly. Some versions include rice flour, citrus leaves and/or waluh fruit. Geplak is mainly produced in Bantul, a city in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Geplak Yogyakarta is a sweet snack made from equal parts coarsely grated coconut and sugar, in equal amounts, often colored brightly. Some versions include rice flour, citrus leaves and/or waluh fruit.

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