Traditional indonesia cake/sweet/drink

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I love LOVE pisang goreng (fried bananas), and I am sure this is among Indonesian most favorite food. Pisang goreng is popular eaten as snack, breakfast item, or pretty much anytime of the day. It is more traditional to use pisang kepok, but regular banana (like the one in picture) …

Indonesian pisang goreng (fried bananas) is popular eaten as snack, breakfast item, or pretty much anytime of the day.

Nagasari is a traditional steamed cake made from rice flour, coconut milk and sugar, filled with slices of banana. It is usually wrapped in banana leaves before being steamed, or prepared with pandan that gives it aroma. It is commonly eaten as a snack in Indonesia where it is also known as kue bandang-bandang by Bugis people. Sometimes it is simply called as kue pisang (banana cake).

Nagasari - traditional steamed cake made from rice flour, coconut milk and sugar, filled with slices of banana.

Bubur Kacang Hijau - Green beans porridge, sweetened with sugar, and served with thick coconut milk.

Indonesia Bubur Kacang Hijau - Green beans porridge, sweetened with sugar, and served with thick coconut milk.

Es cincau hitam (grass jelly cold drink)

Es Cincau is a traditional Indonesian (SE Asian) drink. This particular one is made with grass jelly cubes, sweet condensed milk, ice and topped with

Traditional Indonesian dessert -- Putu Mayang

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

Es Puter (Indonesian Ice Cream)  is created by using coconut milk as the substitude for milk and using tropical fruit instead of berries.

Es Puter (Indonesian Ice Cream) is created by using coconut milk as the substitude for milk and using tropical fruit instead of berries.

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