Nasi Goreng (Indonesian Fried Rice) recipe - While nasi goreng is available in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore, the Indonesian version is my favorite. Topped with a fried egg (a distinctive note of Indonesian’s version), nasi goreng is a meal that is both hearty and gratifying. #malaysian #rice

Nasi Goreng (Indonesian Fried Rice) recipe - While nasi goreng is available in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore, the Indonesian version is my favorite. Topped with a fried egg (a distinctive note of

Popular Balinese & Indonesian food

In this page, we introduce popular local dishes, popular local warung and cooking school.

Nasi Uduk (savoury coconut rice) from Daily Cooking Quest. One of my favourite ways to eat rice.

I have been saving the recipe for nasi uduk for some sort of celebration, and this being my recipe (yay!) is a valid cause to celebrate, no? ♥ Nasi uduk is made from rice (especially jasmine rice) cooked in coconut milk and multitude of spices .

Kue putu - an Indonesian sweet coconut cake that is similar to klepon, except that it's cylindrical in shape whilst klepon is spherical.

Traditional Indonesian sweets, 'Kue Putu' -- made from rice flour with melted palm sugar fills. The sweets are made by using bamboo molds, and steamed.

Kue Putu is traditional snacks made from rice flour with pandan leaves flavor + filling from palm sugar

Kue Putu (Putu cake) is a type of Indonesian food such as cakes that contain palm sugar and grated coconut , rice flour coarse. This in steamed pastry with a tube placed in the bamboo slightly compacted and sold on at sunset until late at night.

talam ubi (steamed sweet potato cake with coconut milk, lemongrass, and kaffir lime leaves)

~Elra's Cooking~: Talam Ubi (Steamed Sweet Potato Cake With Coconut Milk, Lemongrass and Kaffir Lime Leaves)

Kue Nastar - These traditional Indonesian cookies with sweet pineapple filling are typically made during holidays.

Kue Nastar - These traditional Indonesian cookies with sweet pineapple filling are typically made during holidays.

Kue Talam is basically made ​​from mixture of coconut milk, rice flour and tapioca flour.

Kue Talam, basically made ​​from mixture of coconut milk, rice flour and tapioca flour.

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.

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.

Ketoprak    [Ketoprak is a Jakarta food cart dish. Ketoprak consists of peanut sauce, palm sugar, bird chili (short boiled), a very small amount of tamarind (mix it with water), garlic, bihun (thin rice noodles), lontong (rice cake), fried tofu, bean sprout, Indonesian sweet soy sauce, and crackers. Sometimes they'll add boiled eggs.]

Ketoprak [Ketoprak is a Jakarta food cart dish. Ketoprak consists of peanut sauce, palm sugar, bird chili (short boiled), a very small amount of tamarind (mix it with water), garlic, bihun (thin rice noodles), lontong (rice cake), fried tofu, bean sprout, Indonesian sweet soy sauce, and crackers. Sometimes they'll add boiled eggs.]

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