SWEET STICKY RICE DUMPLINGS / LUPIS

SWEET STICKY RICE DUMPLINGS / LUPIS

Lupis or sweet sticky rice dumplings is one of my very favorite childhood snacks/dessert. This popular triangle-shape sweet dumplings in Indonesia is usually coated with grated coconut and smothered in the delicious dark...

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GREEN WORM JELLY WITH COCONUT MILK AND PALM SUGAR / ES CENDOL

GREEN WORM JELLY WITH COCONUT MILK AND PALM SUGAR / ES CENDOL

Cendol is a very popular drink/dessert in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand,Vietnam and If I’m not mistaken, Philippines too. The worm jelly do not have any taste at all. They are not to be...

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ONGOL ONGOL / INDONESIAN MUNG BEAN FLOUR CAKE WITH COCONUT

ONGOL ONGOL / INDONESIAN MUNG BEAN FLOUR CAKE WITH COCONUT

If you are familiar with Indonesian cuisine, you definitely heard of ongol ongol before. This street food/sweet treat is highly popular in Indonesia. I loosely translated it into Indonesian mung bean flour cake...

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SAMBAL CHILI

SAMBAL CHILI

Growing up with Southeast Asian foods, you can’t have too many sambal chili recipes. Sambal is a red chili paste that usually serves as condiment to many different dish in Southeast Asia, especially...

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PINDANG TELUR/ EGGS IN SOY SAUCE

PINDANG TELUR/ EGGS IN SOY SAUCE

Pindang Telur is basically hard boiled eggs that are cooked with a sauce that is made of soy sauce, gula jawa/palm sugar, ginger, chili, shrimp paste/ belacan and vinegar. Pindang Telur is a...

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TAHU GORENG KACANG/ FRIED BEAN CURD WITH PEANUTS

TAHU GORENG KACANG/ FRIED BEAN CURD WITH PEANUTS

Tahu goreng is a generic name for any type of fried tofu in Indonesia, it can be mildly fried or deep fried, plain or battered. In Indonesia, tahu goreng is usually eaten with...

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