Kue Kueh Bika Ambon • Indonesian food sweet

Bika Ambon is a kind of cake from Indonesia. Made from ingredients such as tapioca and sago flour, eggs, sugar and coconut milk. Looks a bit like a crumpet.

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?

Laksa Cibinong - Laksa is a popular spicy noodle soup from the Peranakan culture, which is a merger of Chinese and Malay elements found in Malaysia and Singapore, and to a lesser extent Indonesia. Indonesian laksa is kind of thick yellowish coconut milk based soup, that is produced by mixture of some spices and salt, and it is served with bean sprout, vermicelli, shrimps, eggs, and Indonesian basil leaves.

Laksa Cibinong - Indonesian laksa - yellowish coconut milk based soup with bean sprout, vermicelli, shrimps, eggs, and Indonesian basil leaves.

Acar Bawang

{recipe} Acar bawang Aceh - Acehnese shallot and bird eye chili pickle

Martabak Manis | also known as the Moon Cake #IndonesianCulinary http://www.flickr.com/photos/pinodita/4400566353/in/set-72157624878342436

Martabak Manis | also known as the Moon Cake #IndonesianCulinary http://www.flickr.com/photos/pinodita/4400566353/in/set-72157624878342436

Putu Mayang - Indonesian Steamed Rice Flour in Coconut Milk Palm Sugar Syrup

Putu Mayang - Indonesian Steamed Rice Flour in Coconut Milk Palm Sugar Syrup

Martabak (Indonesian Style Sweet Thick Pancake)

There are two kinds of Martabak (kind of pancake) in Indonesia. This one is sweet martabak with cheese and chocolate filling.

No, they're not Poffertjes, these are Kue Cubit, Indonesian traditional sweets - it's BETTER than Poffertjes!!

No, they're not Poffertjes, these are Kue Cubit, Indonesian traditional sweets

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