Klepon - Sweet Rice Balls Stuffed with Palm Sugar - Indonesian food

Indonesian recipe - Klepon - Sweet rice balls stuffed with palm sugar. Klepon are Indonesian style rice balls, stuffed with palm sugar.

Love this Cendol Dawet recipe. Easy and enak! http://pisangsusu.com/cendol-dawet-indonesian-dessert/

I want to make cendol dawet for a very long time now. Dawet is the mix of cendol (pandan vermicelli) with coconut milk and Javanese sugar (gula jawa).

Martabak telur

Martabak telur (egg with ground mutton or beef and green onion wrapped in similar to spring rolls wrapper and fried) - (This pin no longer goes anywhere, but just look at the yummy photo!

Onde-Onde Goreng • Indonesian food sweet #Indonesian recipes #Indonesian cuisine #Asian recipes http://indostyles.com/

Onde - onde is a kind of pastry snacks are popular in Indonesia . This cake is so famous in the area known as the city of Mojo.

BUBUR SUMSUM BIJI SALAK #IndonesianFood #makanan #Indonesia.

Bubur Sumsum Biji Salak - Indonesian sweet potato balls in palm sugar syrup and coconut milk

Resep Masakan Indonesia: Resep Es Pisang Ijo

Es pisang ijo, literally means green banana ice, is sweet rice flour porridge with steamed bananas coated in green layer and red rose syrup poured with ice, specialty of Makassar, South Sulawesi

Kue Putu, includes recipes for Kue Lupis, and Cenil, 3 Indonesian delicacies best eaten for desserts.

Today is a special post. I’m going to share 3 Indonesian traditional snacks (sweet). And it has been loooong time since I ate them and so I as…

Kue cubit - Indonesia

Pinch pancake or known as Kue cubit in Indonesia. Named as such because of its tiny size and you almost need to "pinch" it to pick it up and eat it. Soft and chewy.

Lupis - Indonesian dessert

When I was a kid, there was an auntie in our neighborhood who sold kue lupis. Hers was so good, the lupis was so soft and I never found th.

ice cendol - indonesian dessert drink

Es cendol is an Indonesian drink made from rice flour served with coconut milk, sugar palm and ice cubes or shaved ice. While Indonesian people drink es cendol as a nice refreshment, a lot of Westerners like es cendol as dessert.