[Indonesian Traditional Food] Ketan Serundeng - Sticky Rice Balls with Spicy Grated Coconut

[Indonesian Traditional Food] Ketan Serundeng - Sticky Rice Balls with Spicy Grated Coconut. I love this food since i was a child.

Sweet Spicy Sticky Tempeh #Indonesian recipes #Indonesian cuisine #Asian recipes http://indostyles.com/

The Little Teochew: Singapore Home Cooking: Sweet Spicy Sticky Tempeh - sugar, shallots, garlic, chili, kicap manis.

Nasi Uduk Betawi - Jakarta Fragrant Coconut Rice

I have been saving the recipe for nasi uduk for some sort of celebration, and this being my recipe (yay!) is a valid cause to celebrate, no? ♥ Nasi uduk is made from rice (especially jasmine rice) cooked in coconut milk and multitude of spices .

Bakso is the Indonesian version of a meatball. It’s usually made from sliced beef, but can also take the form of chicken, fish or shrimp.

Bakso is the Indonesian version of a meatball. It’s usually made from sliced beef, but can also take the form of chicken, fish or shrimp.

Nasi Uduk. White rice cooked with coconut milk and herbs. Betawi dish. Jakarta, Indonesia.

NASI UDUK - White rice cooked with coconut milk and herbs. The most favourite dish from Jakarta, Indonesia.

KETOPRAK: Made of rice noodles, fried tofu and bean sprouts and served with garlicky peanut dressing, sweet soy sauce and crackers, ketoprak is one of Jakarta's favorite breakfasts – though many have it for lunch as well | Text & photo © Keshie Hernitaningtyas

KETOPRAK: Made of rice noodles, fried tofu and bean sprouts and served with garlicky peanut dressing, sweet soy sauce and crackers, ketoprak is one of Jakarta's favorite breakfasts – though many have it for lunch as well

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