Balinese Chicken (Ayam Pelalah) recipe - This chicken is an everyday dish as well as a ceremonial staple. Balinese food is spicy and calls for numerous spices in the preparation process, but it's well worth it! #indonesian #balinese #chicken

Balinese Chicken (Ayam Pelalah)

Balinese Chicken (Ayam Pelalah) recipe - This chicken is an everyday dish as well as a ceremonial staple. Balinese food is spicy and calls for numerous spices in the preparation process, but its well worth it!

Tempeh skewers (sate tempe), Indonesian - tempeh is fermented soy in a cake form, usually sliced thinly and served with spicy sweet sauce, considered as healthy traditional food in the country

Tempeh skewers (sate tempe), Indonesian - tempeh is fermented soy in a cake form, usually sliced thinly and served with spicy sweet sauce, considered as healthy traditional food in the country

GADO GADO Gado gado is an Indonesian salad which consists mostly of boiled or blanched vegetables accompanied by a sweet and spicy peanut dressing, similar to but not as rich as satay sauce. Like our FB Page www.facebook.com/placesbali

GADO GADO Gado gado is an Indonesian salad which consists mostly of boiled or blanched vegetables accompanied by a sweet and spicy peanut dressing, similar to but not as rich as satay sauce. Food you've to try in Indonesia.

Pisang Rai~ Coconut Banana (Pisang Rai) is one of traditional Balinese heritage snack, it is made from banana which usually be eaten as a breakfast (a traditional breakfast) along with tea/coffee, on the other hand, its also perfect snack for your afternoon tea/coffee. The bananas are first coated in a homemade batter of rice flour, boiled/steamed and then toppled over with fresh grated coconut. (Ira Rodriguez)

Breakfast yum - Coconut Banana (Pisang Rai Bali) - I wonder how it would taste with a yogurt coating instead of the reg batter?

Indonesian rice pudding (bubur sumsum) #IndonesianFood #makanan #Indonesia

A traditional Indonesian dessert, made from rice flour and coconut milk with palm sugar syrup.

Tempe (soybean cake) from Indonesia. Believed to have existed since 2,000 years ago, tempe once was a fermented food from soybean originally made in China and brought to the island of Java in the form of what we know as today’s soy sauce (kecap). Ancient Javanese then modified the process of making it, later used almost similar name to tumpi (white colored traditional food from sago) to name this soon-becoming-popular dish from Indonesia.

Tempe (soybean cake) from Java, Indonesia. Believed to have existed since years ago, tempe once was a fermented food from soybean originally made in China and brought to the island of Java in.

Balinese sambal : sambal matah

Balinese sambal : sambal matah and this one with kecombrang, my favourite!

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