Ketan Serundeng - Sticky Rice Balls with Spicy Grated Coconut

YUMMY corner: [Indonesian Traditional Food] Ketan Serundeng - Sticky Rice Balls with Spicy Grated Coconut

Talam Pandan

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

Sekoteng

Sekoteng made from ginger simple syrup served with sagoo pearls (biji mutiara), palm fruits (kolang-kaling), diced breads (roti potong), peanuts (kacang tanah), and condensed milk (susu kental manis).

Stewed Banana Compote (Kolak Pisang)

Stewed Banana Compote with Coconut Milk (Kolak Pisang) – an everyday dessert–very economical to make–this can be served cold or warm. A favorite snack for open-fasting at Ramadhan, this is eaten all year long.Also posted to Yum (Indonesian, Malay.

Kue pancong - Indonesian half-moon shaped pancake cooked in a special mold.

Snacks are thoroughly loved in Indonesia. It is a very usual view to have street food vendors doing rounds on housing screaming their prod.

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