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Chocolate Caramel Potato Chips - you can't stop eating them!!

Chocolate Caramel Potato Chips are simple to make with Velata. It’s the perfect blend of sweet and salty! Simply brush a potato chip with melted caramel, dip into the Velata chocolate of your choice and sprinkle with Heath toffee pieces Foodie

Making Nasi Goreng / Indonesian Fried Rice

Making Nasi Goreng / Indonesian Fried Rice

Making Nasi Goreng / Indonesian Fried Rice - Notions & Notations of a Novice Cook

Lontong (Indonesian Rice Cake)

Lontong (Indonesian Rice Cake) for rice replacement. Usually, it serves with chicken or beef soup

Pecel - Indonesian traditional food: an assortment of boiled veggies served with peanut sauce

an assortment of boiled veggies: spinach, cabbage, bean sprout) topped with peanut sauce ( based on chillies, peanuts, tamarind and coconut sugar). Eat with steamed rice.

Soto Mie

it's Soto Mie. There are so many variations of "SOTO" (indonesia cuisine).

nasi tumpeng, yellow rice with many side dishes. indonesian food for a celebration.

nasi kuning, yellow rice with many dishes. indonesian food for celebrate event or just simply for breakfast (with small portion of side dishes) nowadays

Humble Indonesian Dish | Traditional Fried Chicken, Sauted BeanSprout, Kerupuk, Sambal, Served with brown rice | V.Samperuru #IndonesianCulinary http://www.flickr.com/photos/thesamperuru/6052694820/in/set-72157604054007342

NASI RAMES (Indonesian humble dish) - Traditional Fried Chicken, Sauted BeanSprout, Kerupuk, Sambal, Served with brown rice

Nasi uduk is rice cooked with coconut milk, this is how they are displayed wrapped in coconut leaves before being put in the plate with other food you choose to accompany it.

Nasi uduk is rice cooked with coconut milk, this is how they are displayed wrapped in coconut leaves before being put in the plate with other food you choose to accompany it.

chewy (and sticky) balls (mmmhhh!).. this is cilok

Cilok / Aci Dicolok: steamed chewy balls made from tapioca starch--in some parts of Indonesia it is grilled. the taste is savory, and usually served with spicy peanut paste (saus kacang) and soy sauce (kecap).

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