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Dadar Unti (Rolled Crepe with Sweet Coconut Stuffing)

Dadar Unti (Rolled Crepe with Sweet Coconut Stuffing)

Nagasari Photos of Indonesia's culinary icons- Omar Niode Foundation

Nagasari Photos of Indonesia's culinary icons- Omar Niode Foundation

Jajan Pasar (kue basah) khas Indonesia by ~artemiscrow on deviantART

Jajan Pasar (kue basah) khas Indonesia by ~artemiscrow on deviantART

Jagung Santan Manis (Sweet Corn Kernel in Coconut Milk Syrup)

Jagung Santan Manis (Sweet Corn Kernel in Coconut Milk Syrup)

Filipino food, Monggo Soup with Malunggay, Monggos are the same thing as mung beans. They are widely used in Asian countries and they cook almost exactly like lentils. LENTILS! My favorite! And something you can almost for surely buy wherever you live. Whether you use lentils or monggo (mung) beans, you’ll pretty much turn into a walking picture of health. These little guys are your friend.

Monggo Beans with Malunggay (or Mung Bean Soup)

Filipino food, Monggo Soup with Malunggay, Monggos are the same thing as mung beans. They are widely used in Asian countries and they cook almost exactly like lentils. LENTILS! My favorite! And something you can almost for surely buy wherever you live. Whether you use lentils or monggo (mung) beans, you’ll pretty much turn into a walking picture of health. These little guys are your friend.

Es doger Indonesian icy drink

Es doger Indonesian icy drink

Sekoteng

Sekoteng

Kolak - is an Indonesian dessert based on palm sugar or coconut sugar, coconut milk, and pandanus leaf Other variations may add ingredients such as bananas, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, jackfruit, plantains, cassava, and tapioca pearls. It is usually served warm or at room temperature. In Indonesia, kolak is a popular iftar dish during the holy month of Ramadhan.

Kolak Pisang Santan Singkong enakk

Kolak - is an Indonesian dessert based on palm sugar or coconut sugar, coconut milk, and pandanus leaf Other variations may add ingredients such as bananas, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, jackfruit, plantains, cassava, and tapioca pearls. It is usually served warm or at room temperature. In Indonesia, kolak is a popular iftar dish during the holy month of Ramadhan.

Bakwan Jagung - Corn Fritter

Bakwan Jagung - Corn Fritter

Bakwan Sayur – Vegetables Fritter

Bakwan Sayur – Vegetables Fritter

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