Need an authentic recipe from Indonesia? We have satays, sambal kecap, gado gado, mee goreng, nasi goreng, and more.
Ayam Penyet (Penyet Chicken) is a type of dish that will make your tongue feel like burning... It's so spicy that when you have the first bite, you will want some more of that spiciness.
Durian can be too strong of a flavour for some. My friend Venny served us this cake for tea and surprisingly it was not too overpowering and a nice twist to an ordinary cake.
A popular cake in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia during festive and special occasions. It's time consuming to make but well-worth it.
Satay sauce is a favourite with children and adults alike, but the kids may prefer it without the kick of the chilli powder.
This is a very popular street food found around the Sunda region, western Java. Batagor is an acronym for Bakso Tahu Goreng (Fried Tofu Balls) although, it's not really a ball but more of a triangle shape. Tofu is stuffed with a mixture of savoury minced meat, steamed then coated with batter and fried; served with spicy sweet chilli-peanut sauce.
Here is my version of the most popular Indonesian snack. Serve it hot and make extra. With this recipe, you always want more!
A simple traditional dessert to make for company or your family. Serve it chilled or warm and if you want to get creative, simply add some fresh fruit slices in it.
This fried rice is like Nasi Goreng, Indonesian fried rice. This dish can be enjoyed by itself or as the basis of a larger meal. It is very easy to make.
This is a basic Malaysian/Thai satay sauce you can use with any meat, tofu or vegetable dish.
A spicy condiment in the Indonesian household and usually served with rice dishes.