Bakwan is an Indonesian fried meal consisting of vegetables and batter.[1] Bakwan usually refer to vegetable fritter snack, commonly sold by gorengan (Indonesian fritter) traveling street vendors. The ingredients is vegetables; usually beansprouts, shredded cabbages and carrots, battered and deep fried in cooking oil. In West Java bakwan is called as 'bala-bala'. It is similar to Japanese yasai tenpura (vegetable tempura).

CookingTackle: Vegetable Fritter / Bala-bala (or bakwan) as Indonesian favourite deep fried snack.

<p>There is a really common nasi bungkus (wrapped rice) in Indonesia called nasi rames which is basically steamed white rice + labu siam tumis + meat/egg of your choice. Of course the one with egg is cheaper than the one with meat (usually chicken). The literal translation to tumis is …</p>

There is a really common nasi bungkus (wrapped rice) in Indonesia called nasi rames which is basically steamed white rice + labu siam tumis + meat/egg of your choice. Of course the one with egg is cheaper than the one with meat (usually chicken).

- 450 gram tepung terigu - 250 gram keju, diparut - 200 gram mentega tawar - 100 gram margarin - 50 gram susu bubuk full cream - 3 butir kuning telur - 1 sendok teh garam                     Olesan : - 50 gram keju cheddar parut - 1 kuning telur ayam 0.8x0.8x5cm. 160C 30'

You knew lebaran was just around the corner when mom started making batches of this stuff! My ULTIMATE fave!

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Wonderful Indonesia - Padang Food (you can see so many plates in just two hands like this in almost any Padang Restaurant!)

Wonderful Indonesia - Padang Food (you can see so many plates in just two hands like this in almost any Padang Restaurant!

Lontong sayur (Boiled for hours in coconut leaf casings,the glutinous packed rice cake known as lontong is one of the best vehicles for pairing with thick peanut sauces and curries. It serves as the base for this savory morning favorite, a coconut-milk curry made with young papaya, soy-braised tofu and hard-boiled eggs.)

Complete traditional menu for celebrating Iedul fitri in Indonesia. Ketupat (rice cooked in coconut leaves), opor ayam (chicken cooked in coconut milk), sambal goreng kentang (dices of potato and cow liver in spicy sauce), and various vegetable dish.

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Seblak Basah Daging Sapi - Crackers Stew | Simply Cooking and Baking

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