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!


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