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Tea time in Singapore - Food, Drink, Culture, Nightlife and Style Reviews - www.citynomads.com

South East Asian Kueh illustrations

Tea time in Singapore - Food, Drink, Culture, Nightlife and Style Reviews - www.citynomads.com

Bandrek Kelapa Muda - coconut ginger warm drink, indonesian drink

Bandrek Kelapa Muda - coconut ginger warm drink, indonesian drink

[Indonesian Food] Wedang Ronde - Ginger Ronde Drink

[Indonesian Food] Wedang Ronde - Ginger Ronde Drink

Putri Mandi - A popular dish at Indonesian weddings

Putri Mandi - A popular dish at Indonesian weddings

Aneka Resep Lupis Singkong

Aneka Resep Lupis Singkong

Green Banana Ice    This is one of Indonesian's desserts. The green one is actually a Banana covered in a pandan leaf flour. The topping consist of chocolate sprinkler, cheese, shredded Ice and strawberry syrup. Though, it sounds and looks strange but it's actually quite tasty.

Green Banana Ice This is one of Indonesian's desserts. The green one is actually a Banana covered in a pandan leaf flour. The topping consist of chocolate sprinkler, cheese, shredded Ice and strawberry syrup. Though, it sounds and looks strange but it's actually quite tasty.

Cilok - Chewy Balls

Cilok - Chewy Balls

BUBUR SUMSUM BIJI SALAK #IndonesianFood #makanan #Indonesia. Good food to break fast.

BUBUR SUMSUM BIJI SALAK #IndonesianFood #makanan #Indonesia. Good food to break fast.

Es Dawet Selasih. Traditional Indonesian cold beverage. Serving in a small bowl, with many different components in it. Cendol (the the green worm-like jelly), Tape Ketan (fermented glutinous rice), Biji Selasih (basil seed), and Bubur Sumsum (Rice Flour Porridge) were mixed inside the bowl and poured with thin coconut milk sauce and simple syrup. The aromatic flavor of pandan leaves and some ice cubes made it simply perfect. Really refreshing.

Es Dawet Selasih. Traditional Indonesian cold beverage. Serving in a small bowl, with many different components in it. Cendol (the the green worm-like jelly), Tape Ketan (fermented glutinous rice), Biji Selasih (basil seed), and Bubur Sumsum (Rice Flour Porridge) were mixed inside the bowl and poured with thin coconut milk sauce and simple syrup. The aromatic flavor of pandan leaves and some ice cubes made it simply perfect. Really refreshing.

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Wereld-Recepten: Tjendol: Hoe maak je de Indonesische variant van D...

Wereld-Recepten: Tjendol: Hoe maak je de Indonesische variant van D...

Kikicak kakicak banjar Kalimantan Selatan

Kikicak kakicak banjar Kalimantan Selatan


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[Indonesian Food] Wedang Ronde - Ginger Ronde Drink

[Indonesian Food] Wedang Ronde - Ginger Ronde Drink

Es cendol dan es kopyor (Indonesian icy drink) • Indonesian food sweet #PINdonesia

Es cendol dan es kopyor (Indonesian icy drink) • Indonesian food sweet #PINdonesia

Indonesian food - Kue Rangi (Coconut Cake with Brown Sugar Sauce)

Indonesian food - Kue Rangi (Coconut Cake with Brown Sugar Sauce)

Es Pisang Ijo (Indonesian Food) oh heck yea I'm about to make this

Es Pisang Ijo (Indonesian Food) oh heck yea I'm about to make this

Serabi (indonesian rice pancakes) for the pancakes: 125 gr rice flour 30 gr plain flour 1/4 tsp salt 150 ml coconut milk, boiling 1 tsp baking powder vanilla and/or pandan extract (optional)

Serabi (indonesian rice pancakes) for the pancakes: 125 gr rice flour 30 gr plain flour 1/4 tsp salt 150 ml coconut milk, boiling 1 tsp baking powder vanilla and/or pandan extract (optional)

Cendol is a traditional dessert drink originating from South East Asia which is popular in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, Philippines and Thailand. There is popular belief that the name “cendol” is related to and originated from the word in Javanese, Sundanese and Indonesian language which means “bump” or “bulge” which refers to bumpy sensations of the green worm-like jelly passed through the mouth during drinking es cendol

Cendol is a traditional dessert drink originating from South East Asia which is popular in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, Philippines and Thailand. There is popular belief that the name “cendol” is related to and originated from the word in Javanese, Sundanese and Indonesian language which means “bump” or “bulge” which refers to bumpy sensations of the green worm-like jelly passed through the mouth during drinking es cendol

Pandan Mud Cake (Kue Lumpur Pandan) (tanpa kentang). Indonesian traditional cake, made with rice flour and pandan leaf

Pandan Mud Cake (Kue Lumpur Pandan) (tanpa kentang). Indonesian traditional cake, made with rice flour and pandan leaf

The colorful kue Putu Mayang from Indonesia. It may looks like noodle, but actually it's a dessert cause it tastes sweet with the brown sugar sauce

The colorful kue Putu Mayang from Indonesia. It may looks like noodle, but actually it's a dessert cause it tastes sweet with the brown sugar sauce

YUMMY corner: [Indonesian Traditional Food] Klepon - Sweet Rice ...

YUMMY corner: [Indonesian Traditional Food] Klepon - Sweet Rice ...

kue ape pandan

kue ape pandan

Dadar gulung, indonesian food  It is like crepes with coconut and palm sugar, it is very delicious :)

Dadar gulung, indonesian food It is like crepes with coconut and palm sugar, it is very delicious :)

Tempeh Mendoan – Deep Fried Tempeh with Spiced Batter

Tempeh Mendoan – Deep Fried Tempeh with Spiced Batter

Iced Cendol - a traditional beverage in South East Asia. It's a cold mixture of ice, coconut milk, pandan flavored jelly and palm sugar syrup.

Iced Cendol - a traditional beverage in South East Asia. It's a cold mixture of ice, coconut milk, pandan flavored jelly and palm sugar syrup.

Onde-Onde Goreng • Indonesian food sweet

Onde-Onde Goreng • Indonesian food sweet

Cenil, Traditional Indonesian Sweet ~ It is sweet, slightly salty and seasoned with grated coconut.

Cenil, Traditional Indonesian Sweet ~ It is sweet, slightly salty and seasoned with grated coconut.

KUE LUMPUR.  ( Traditional Indonesian dessert.  Kue lumpur literary means mud cake, but don't get confuse or mixed up with American mud cake. It's totally different. Kue lumpur has a texture similar to pancake, tastes like in between pancake and custard with a hint of coconut flavor plus raisins. You can choose raisins for the topping, young coconut flesh or any of your favorite sweet toppings ).

KUE LUMPUR. ( Traditional Indonesian dessert. Kue lumpur literary means mud cake, but don't get confuse or mixed up with American mud cake. It's totally different. Kue lumpur has a texture similar to pancake, tastes like in between pancake and custard with a hint of coconut flavor plus raisins. You can choose raisins for the topping, young coconut flesh or any of your favorite sweet toppings ).