Ketan Serundeng - Sticky Rice Balls with Spicy Grated Coconut

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

Lupis (sometimes lopis) is a traditional food from Indonesia. It is a sweet cake made of glutinous rice. It can be sweetened further with shredded coconut topped with a thick palm sugar syrup.  It is usually eaten as a breakfast or side dish in the evening tea time.  Lupis is often found in traditional markets throughout Indonesia, and in Javanese area, especially in the middle and eastern of Java.

Lupis (sometimes lopis) is a traditional food from Indonesia. It is a sweet cake made of glutinous rice. It can be sweetened further with shredded coconut topped with a thick palm sugar syrup. It is usually eaten as a breakfast or side dish in the evening tea time. Lupis is often found in traditional markets throughout Indonesia, and in Javanese area, especially in the middle and eastern of Java.

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.

Onde-onde is a type of fried Indonesian pastry made from glutinous rice flour. The pastry is coated with sesame seeds on the outside and is crisp and chewy. Inside the pastry is a large hollow, caused by the expansion of the dough. The hollow of the pastry is filled with mung bean paste.

Onde onde - small round balls of pandan flavoured gluntinous rice flour filled with palm sugar syrup rolled in grated coconut.

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