Coconut Lime Chicken - another pinner said..."This Indonesian inspired dish is a favorite of my teens, and works great for every parent playing taxi cab driver because you throw the marinade together, shove the chicken in, then grill it up when you get everyone back home!  So fabulous!  Step-by-step photos!"

Coconut Lime Chicken - Indonesian inspired dish, works great for every parent playing taxi cab driver because you throw the marinade together, shove the chicken in, then grill it up when you get everyone back home! So fabulous! Step-by-step photos!

An easy step by step version of Mie Goreng.  For those days when you have a craving for the dish you got tired of eating while in Indonesia :0)  I would add some crushed up Thai peppers to spice it up and of course add a fried or scrambled egg to the top.  I used chopped up pine nuts in place of candlenuts.

Mie Goreng Java (Javanese Fried Noodles)

Mie Goreng Java Recipe - (Javanese Fried Noodles) --substitute macadamia nuts for candlenuts

Mie Goreng (Indonesian Fried Noodles) | Easy Asian Recipes at RasaMalaysia.com

Indonesian Fried Noodles (Mie Goreng)

Mie Goreng recipe - Here is my very simple version of mie goreng (Indonesian Fried Noodles) recipe. It fits my busy schedules & doesn’t compromise on the taste.

Awesome Food Blog - Indonesian Fried Rice - I probably will never make this, I hope I find it in a restaurant and this is one of the best food blogs and recipes I've ever seen!  Check it out! @Lisa Donnelly

Making Nasi Goreng / Indonesian Fried Rice

Making Nasi Goreng / Indonesian Fried Rice - Notions & Notations of a Novice Cook

Sate :) I love it :)

Sate kambing

Memories of frantic markets, traffic-choked streets, high humidity, pungent stench wafting from drains .

Babi Ketjap. Babi Ketjap (kecap) is a typically Indonesian dish: pork simmered in a sweet soy sauce. You can cook this with various types of pork. Whatever you have in your freezer is fair game: pork belly, pork legs, pork steaks. Choices, choices!

Babi Ketjap (kecap) is a typically Indonesian dish: pork simmered in a sweet soy sauce. You can cook this with various types of pork. Whatever you have in your freezer is fair game: pork belly, pork legs, pork steaks.

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