Ayam Goreng – Fried Chicken

Ayam Goreng - Fried Chicken

Ayam goreng is the name applied to various Indonesian and Malaysian dishes of chicken deep-fried in coconut oil. Ayam goreng literally means “fried chicken” in Indonesian and Malay. This South-east Asian version of fried chicken has no batter coating, and is richer in spices. Marination & Spices Nasi bungkus Padang with Padang style ayam goreng.The spice mixtures vary across regions, but primarily consist of a combination of; ground shallot, garlic, Indian bay leaves, turmeric, lemongrass, tamarind juice, candlenut, galangal, salt … Read moreAyam Goreng – Fried Chicken

Balinese Food Culture

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Your gastronomical experience in Bali is as enchanting and full of discovery as your cultural experience. I am a total believer that a significant portion of traveling should also involve your tastebuds. Of course, if you prefer to stick with cheeseburger or a Colonel Sanders’ meal-deal, or to drink your regular Bud light in your … Read moreBalinese Food Culture

Indonesian Vegetarian Recipes

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Vegetarian recipes of Indonesia include: Chayotes Stew (Sayur Labu Siam) Crispy Fried Tempe (Keripik Tempe) Oseng-Oseng Wortel (Stir Fried Carrots) Indonesian Salad (Gado-Gado) Atjar Tjampoer Steamed Mushroom Wraps (Pepes Jamur Kuping) Sweet Eggplant Stew (Semur Terong) Cooked Vegetables with Grated Coconut (Urap) Nasi Goreng (Fried Rice) Terong Balado Asinan (Sweet And Sour Cucumber Salad) Fresh … Read moreIndonesian Vegetarian Recipes

Pandan Chiffon Cake

Pandan Chiffon Cake

Pandan Chiffon cake is a light, fluffy or sponge cake of Indonesian / Malaysian origin, and is both flavoured and cloured with the juice of Pandanus amaryllifolius leaves. The cakes are light green in colour due to the chlorophyll in the leaf juice. This is a favourite snack in both Indonesia and Malaysia. The precise origin of … Read morePandan Chiffon Cake

Ongol-Ongol

Ongol-ongol - sweet sago rolls

(Sweet Sago Rolls with Palm Sugar Syrup) An extremely popular, yet inexpensive dessert found in the streets of Indonesia; where sago flour, palm sugar and coconut is used to create a sweet treat. Ongol-Ongol is often served with black coffee or black tea due to its sweetness. Cooking Time: 30mins – 60mins Total time: 60mins … Read moreOngol-Ongol