My Favorite Indonesian Dishes

My favorite dishes from all over Indonesia, including street foods.
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FUNG BROS FOOD: Indonesian Food

FUNG BROS FOOD: Indonesian Food

Bakso malang street vendor

Bakso malang street vendor

Indonesian Sweet Soy Sauce

Indonesian Sweet Soy Sauce

Sate Padang - skewered beef and innards with spicy curry peanut sauce from Padang, West Sumatera

Sate Padang - skewered beef and innards with spicy curry peanut sauce from Padang, West Sumatera

Bakmi A Boen, Gg. Kelinci no 16, Pasar Baru, Jakarta. This noodle cafe is my family's fave. My dad has known this place ever since he was in college, almost 50 yrs ago.

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Bakmi A Boen, Gg. Kelinci no 16, Pasar Baru, Jakarta. This noodle cafe is my family's fave. My dad has known this place ever since he was in college, almost 50 yrs ago.

Mie rica (fiery noodles), one of my favorite noodle dishes from Bandung. VERY spicy.

Mie rica (fiery noodles), one of my favorite noodle dishes from Bandung. VERY spicy.

Beef rendang. According to a survey, this is the best Indonesian food and one of the best dish in the world. I agree!

Beef rendang. According to a survey, this is the best Indonesian food and one of the best dish in the world. I agree!

Serabi Solo. Famous sweet pancake from my hometown, Solo. Cooked over coal stove.

Serabi Solo. Famous sweet pancake from my hometown, Solo. Cooked over coal stove.

Sayur asem: Mix vegetables with sour and spicy soup. A popular side dish in Indonesia, usually eaten with fried chicken or gepuk (fried coconut milk marinated meat).

Sayur asem: Mix vegetables with sour and spicy soup. A popular side dish in Indonesia, usually eaten with fried chicken or gepuk (fried coconut milk marinated meat).

Kangkong Tauco. Kangkong is one of the most eaten vegetable in Indonesia. It is crunchy and juicy. In this dish, kangkong is cooked with tauco (fermented soy bean paste).

Kangkong Tauco. Kangkong is one of the most eaten vegetable in Indonesia. It is crunchy and juicy. In this dish, kangkong is cooked with tauco (fermented soy bean paste).

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