There are many different styles of Croquette in every country. In Indonesia, Croquette was first introduced during Dutch Colonial rule and it becomes a very popular snack. The Indonesians like to enjoy croquettes with bird eye chilies
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.
Perkedel (adopted from Frikadeller) - Indonesian Potato Patties. Frikadeller is also known in Indonesian cuisine through Dutch cuisine influence and called perkedel, however the ingredients is not meat, but mostly fried mashed potato patties, sometimes
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.