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INDONESIAN FOOD - Rempeyek Kacang...my Grandmother and her best friend made these...so delicious!

Rempeyek Kacang - A Indonesian peanut snack which is delicious as a snack with your aperative as well as a small accomplicement with your meal. It looks like a small thin "cookie" and is prepared much in the same way as American pancakes.

~Elra's Cooking~: Broiled Red Snapper Serve With Balinese Spicy Lime and Shallots Sambal

~Elra's Cooking~Broiled Red Snapper Serve w/Balinese Spicy Lime Shallots Sambal

Nasi Lemak (Coconut Rice)

Nasi Lemak (Coconut Rice)

Nasi Lemak (Coconut Rice) by Saveur. This rich Malay coconut rice is a breakfast favorite in Malaysia. To learn how to tie a lemongrass knot, see our video.

Kue Nastar, Indonesian Pineapple Cookies

Kue Nastar, Indonesian Pineapple Cookies - mom loves this! Make it when she visits

Tempe (soybean cake) from Indonesia. Believed to have existed since 2,000 years ago, tempe once was a fermented food from soybean originally made in China and brought to the island of Java in the form of what we know as today’s soy sauce (kecap). Ancient Javanese then modified the process of making it, later used almost similar name to tumpi (white colored traditional food from sago) to name this soon-becoming-popular dish from Indonesia.

Tempe (soybean cake) from Java, Indonesia. Believed to have existed since years ago, tempe once was a fermented food from soybean originally made in China and brought to the island of Java in.

Balinese Great Basic Spice ( Basa Gede )

Balinese Great Basic Spice ( Basa Gede ) is the crucial basic spice paste to make the famous Traditional Balinese roasted chicken/duck (Be tutu/Bebek tutu), Balinese grilled chicken and many more.

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