Indonesian's Dessert

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KUE LUMPUR. ( Traditional Indonesian dessert. Kue lumpur literary means mud cake, but don't get confuse or mixed up with American mud cake. It's totally different. Kue lumpur has a texture similar to pancake, tastes like in between pancake and custard with a hint of coconut flavor plus raisins. You can choose raisins for the topping, young coconut flesh or any of your favorite sweet toppings ).

KUE LUMPUR. ( Traditional Indonesian dessert. Kue lumpur literary means mud cake, but don't get confuse or mixed up with American mud cake. It's totally different. Kue lumpur has a texture similar to pancake, tastes like in between pancake and custard with a hint of coconut flavor plus raisins. You can choose raisins for the topping, young coconut flesh or any of your favorite sweet toppings ).

Es Pisang Ijo (Indonesian Food) oh heck yea I'm about to make this

Es Pisang Ijo (Indonesian Food) oh heck yea I'm about to make this

bake-a-boo: Cenil, Traditional Indonesian Sweet

bake-a-boo: Cenil, Traditional Indonesian Sweet

The colorful kue Putu Mayang from Indonesia. It may looks like noodle, but actually it's a dessert cause it tastes sweet with the brown sugar sauce

The colorful kue Putu Mayang from Indonesia. It may looks like noodle, but actually it's a dessert cause it tastes sweet with the brown sugar sauce

Kikicak kakicak banjar Kalimantan Selatan

Kikicak kakicak banjar Kalimantan Selatan

Es selendang mayang - sweet cold drinks

Es selendang mayang - sweet cold drinks

Pletok Beer or Bir Pletok - a traditional drink from Jakarta, it is not like 'normal' beer, this beer contain 0% alcohol! The flavor made by the ingredients such as; spices, sugar and water. The word 'pletok' came from the sound that is generated while they shake the bir mixed with ice cubes inside the metal container... "pletak... pletok.." | Vania Samperuru

Pletok Beer or Bir Pletok - a traditional drink from Jakarta, it is not like 'normal' beer, this beer contain 0% alcohol! The flavor made by the ingredients such as; spices, sugar and water. The word 'pletok' came from the sound that is generated while they shake the bir mixed with ice cubes inside the metal container... "pletak... pletok.." | Vania Samperuru

Ketan Sarikayo - Steamed Glutinous Rice and Coconut Milk Custard (YUMMY corner)

Ketan Sarikayo - Steamed Glutinous Rice and Coconut Milk Custard (YUMMY corner)

Kolak Pisang Santan Singkong enakk

Kolak Pisang Santan Singkong enakk

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