Indonesian Nasi Uduk (similar to Malaysian Nasi Lemak). The rice is cooked in coconut milk so it becomes savory. It is then mixed with other additional dishes such as ayam goreng, omelette, fried tempe, and crispy crackers made from paddy oats.
Ketoprak | a typical street-food/dish. It was originally popular around the Jakarta area but has spread throughout Java. Ketoprak Jakarta consists of Lontong (rice steamed in a banana leaf), tofu, sliced cabbage, mihun (thin rice noodles), sprouts, chips and a sauce made from ground peanut and palm sugar made into a thick paste, mixed with chilli, salt, garlic and also sweet soybean ketchup