Veg Friendly Indonesian Food

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The #tropical #fruits we have easy access to in Indonesia are so fun to try. Dragon fruit, star fruit and passion fruits are all low GI fruits too, meaning they won’t affect your blood sugar levels hugely when you indulge. They truly are a healthy snack! #indonesia

The #tropical #fruits we have easy access to in Indonesia are so fun to try. Dragon fruit, star fruit and passion fruits are all low GI fruits too, meaning they won’t affect your blood sugar levels hugely when you indulge. They truly are a healthy snack! #indonesia

It's called "Nasi Urap" from Indonesia. This is one of many exotic dishes in Indonesia. #Indonesian recipes #Indonesian cuisine #Asian recipes  http://indostyles.com

It's called "Nasi Urap" from Indonesia. This is one of many exotic dishes in Indonesia. #Indonesian recipes #Indonesian cuisine #Asian recipes http://indostyles.com

Biji Salak is sticky sweet potato balls in palm sugar syrup and coconut milk.

Biji Salak is sticky sweet potato balls in palm sugar syrup and coconut milk.

[Indonesian Food] Klepon - Sweet Rice Balls Stuffed with Coconut Sugar

[Indonesian Food] Klepon - Sweet Rice Balls Stuffed with Coconut Sugar

Gado-gado. Spicy Indonesian salad. Steamed vegetables with peanuts sauce. <3 #Indonesia #food

Gado-gado. Spicy Indonesian salad. Steamed vegetables with peanuts sauce. <3 #Indonesia #food

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 Believed to have existed since 2,000 years ago, tempe once was a fermented food from soybean originally made in China and brought to the island of Java in the form of what we know as today’s soy sauce (kecap).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 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 Believed to have existed since 2,000 years ago, tempe once was a fermented food from soybean originally made in China and brought to the island of Java in the form of what we know as today’s soy sauce (kecap).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.

Pecel - Indonesian traditional food: an assortment of boiled veggies served with peanut sauce

Pecel - Indonesian traditional food: an assortment of boiled veggies served with peanut sauce

Sambal Matah Bali. Sambal Matah is a famous raw sambal from the Gods island of Bali. It used use terasi (dried shrimp paste) to enhance the flavor.

Sambal Matah Bali. Sambal Matah is a famous raw sambal from the Gods island of Bali. It used use terasi (dried shrimp paste) to enhance the flavor.

Indonesian Food. Pisang Rai Bali. Coconut Banana from Bali.

Indonesian Food. Pisang Rai Bali. Coconut Banana from Bali.

Tumis Buncis (Indonesian Green Beans)

Tumis Buncis (Indonesian Green Beans)

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