Indonesia Foods

From rice dishes to stews, our library of Indonesian recipes offers the best of this Southeast Asian cuisine
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Salak - native to Indonesia, Brunei and Malaysia. The fruit grow in clusters at the base of the palm.

Salak - native to Indonesia, Brunei and Malaysia. The fruit grow in clusters at the base of the palm.

The kids in temple dress are just too cute!  Bali, Indonesia

The kids in temple dress are just too cute! Bali, Indonesia

Ubud market bali Bali Floating Leaf Eco-Retreat. http://balifloatingleaf.com/

Ubud market bali Bali Floating Leaf Eco-Retreat. http://balifloatingleaf.com/

Bali - Ubud Market by fiftymm99 ❀  Bali Floating Leaf Eco-Retreat ❀ http://balifloatingleaf.com ❀

Bali - Ubud Market by fiftymm99 ❀ Bali Floating Leaf Eco-Retreat ❀ http://balifloatingleaf.com ❀

Pisang Rai~ Coconut Banana (Pisang Rai) is one of traditional Balinese heritage snack, it is made from banana which usually be eaten as a breakfast (a traditional breakfast) along with tea/coffee, on the other hand, its also perfect snack for your afternoon tea/coffee. The bananas are first coated in a homemade batter of rice flour, boiled/steamed and then toppled over with fresh grated coconut. (Ira Rodriguez)

Pisang Rai~ Coconut Banana (Pisang Rai) is one of traditional Balinese heritage snack, it is made from banana which usually be eaten as a breakfast (a traditional breakfast) along with tea/coffee, on the other hand, its also perfect snack for your afternoon tea/coffee. The bananas are first coated in a homemade batter of rice flour, boiled/steamed and then toppled over with fresh grated coconut. (Ira Rodriguez)

Kue Lumpur Pandan (Mud Cake) - Indonesian traditional cake, made by rice flour and pandan leaf

Kue Lumpur Pandan (Mud Cake) - Indonesian traditional cake, made by rice flour and pandan leaf

Indonesian chicken sate - Madura Style

Indonesian chicken sate - Madura Style

Sambal Bakso                 100 g red bird eyes chilies (red paddy chilies) salt 1/4 tsp sugar 3 tbsp canesugar vinegar (Indonesian: cuka lahang) bakso broth

Sambal Bakso 100 g red bird eyes chilies (red paddy chilies) salt 1/4 tsp sugar 3 tbsp canesugar vinegar (Indonesian: cuka lahang) bakso broth

Sambal Bajak/Badjak (Javanese Sambal).  A popular sambal among Indonesian and Dutch to company fried chickens

Sambal Bajak/Badjak (Javanese Sambal). A popular sambal among Indonesian and Dutch to company fried chickens

it's Soto Mie. There are so many variations of "SOTO" (indonesia cuisine). Soto bandung, soto kwali, soto banjar, coto makassar, sroto banyumas, soto lamongan, soto madura, soto padang, soto medan,soto betawi .....etc.  Its spicy sauce with chunks of beef or chicken pieces 2cm, some are made ​​of duck, lamb or pork .... everything is fresh, tasty, delicious, eat warm.

it's Soto Mie. There are so many variations of "SOTO" (indonesia cuisine). Soto bandung, soto kwali, soto banjar, coto makassar, sroto banyumas, soto lamongan, soto madura, soto padang, soto medan,soto betawi .....etc. Its spicy sauce with chunks of beef or chicken pieces 2cm, some are made ​​of duck, lamb or pork .... everything is fresh, tasty, delicious, eat warm.

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