Indonesian Chicken Satay

Indonesian Sate (Sate Babi and Sate Ayam Bumbu Kecap/Kacang) recipe - It is best to get meat with a good amount of fat in it; the fatty bits will make the sate tender and juicy.

Indonesian Potato Croquette via Indonesiaeats.com

The snack that was first introduced to Indonesia during Dutch colonial rule. Read Recipe by indonesiaeats

Balinese Chicken (Ayam Pelalah): It’s basically shredded chicken. The chicken is first grilled and then tossed  with many aromatic Balinese spices. It’s one of the most scrumptious Balinese recipes and it’s iconic to Bali. Ayam pelalah is commonly served as a side dish or as a compliment for nasi campur Bali or Balinese mixed rice. #chicken #grilled

Balinese Chicken (Ayam Pelalah)

Balinese Chicken (Ayam Pelalah): Grill the chicken then shred and toss with aromatic Balinese spices. It’s one of the most scrumptious Balinese recipes served as a side dish or with nasi campur or Balinese mixed rice.

Lontong (Indonesian Rice Cake)

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

Indonesian yellow rice with grilled chicken

Indonesian grilled chicken and turmeric sticky rice. I wonder what dat chicken taste like?

Bubur Ayam - One of the Most Famous Indonesian Breakfast, Chicken Porridge! | V.Samperuru #IndonesianCulinary

Bubur Ayam - One of the Most Famous Bubur ayam, Indonesian Breakfast, Chicken Porridge!

Laksa Cibinong - Laksa is a popular spicy noodle soup from the Peranakan culture, which is a merger of Chinese and Malay elements found in Malaysia and Singapore, and to a lesser extent Indonesia. Indonesian laksa is kind of thick yellowish coconut milk based soup, that is produced by mixture of some spices and salt, and it is served with bean sprout, vermicelli, shrimps, eggs, and Indonesian basil leaves. | V.Samperuru #IndonesianCulinary

Laksa Cibinong - Indonesian laksa - yellowish coconut milk based soup with bean sprout, vermicelli, shrimps, eggs, and Indonesian basil leaves.

Sate Tempe Plappa Recipe (Spicy and Sweet Tempeh Saté)

This is probably the best vegetarian sate option ever. Meat eaters will even love it! You can find it on most menu's of the restaurants in Bali. Sate Tempe Plappa Recipe (Spicy and Sweet Tempeh Saté)

Pecel is an Indonesian sauce based on chillies, peanuts, tamarind and coconut sugar. It is commonly served over boiled vegetables. It is similar to the sauce used in Gado-gado.

Pecel Sayur

Pecel ~ a kind of Indonesian salad. Seasoned with chopped peanut sweet chilli sauce. Topped with fried peanut crisp or rice crisp.

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