Indonesian Food Archive

  • Food Props College1

    Food Props Hunting and Shots at Pasar Senen, Jakarta

    FollowShare Visiting traditional markets in Indonesia was one of my “must-visit” lists when I was in the country. One of the markets was Pasar Senen (Senen means Monday while pasar means market) in Jakarta. Pasar Senen is a heaven for foodies who collect food props […]

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    Sambai On Peuga-ga Recipe (Aceh Pennywort Sambal – Sambal Pegagan)

    FollowShare Sambai On Peuga-ga or can be translated as Aceh Style Pennywort Sambal or Sambal Pegagan Aceh in Indonesian.  I was making this sambal for the first time in 2007 and fell in love with the taste. As a long weekend approached us last week in Canada, I […]

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    Mie Goreng, Bamie (Indonesian Fried Noodles), Guest Post at Wok with Ray

    FollowShare As an Indonesian who ate ample mie goreng (or Dutch call it bamie) from street hawkers back when I was in Indonesia or from my late mom’s kitchen, I was guilty to not share this easy recipe long time ago. Until last January, another […]

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  • Es Teler

    Es Teler Recipe (Indonesian Iced Mix Fruit)

    FollowShare Beside Es Campur (iced mix), Es teler is another mix ice that Indonesians are fond of. The Westerners may think es teler as a cold dessert but the Indonesian categorizes it as a beverage 🙂 The basic es teler mainly uses avocado, jackfruit and […]

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  • Durian Pancake

    Durian Pancake – Guest Post at Asian in America

    FollowShare Durian Pancake  is a popular dessert in 3 Southeast Asian countries, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.   I don’t know why it’s called Pancake while the shape is similar to Crêpe that is filled and fold like an envelope. The Indonesian dark coffee (kopi tubruk) […]

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    Sambal Bongkot Recipe (Bali Torch Ginger Sambal)

    FollowShare Sambal Bongkot (Torch Ginger Sambal) is an unique sambal and originated from Bali.   Bongkot is Balinese word for torch ginger or other Indonesians call it kecombrang, honje, rias, kincung, rias, kencong, kincuang, sambuan, asam cekala, asam patikala depend on the area.   Sambal Bongkot is one […]

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  • Chicken Soup Combo

    Chicken Soup Recipe

    FollowShare Chicken soup is widely known all over the world as a natural cure for cold and one of many soups that I grew up. I used to eat it with sambal kecap (a mix of kecap manis, lime, slices of shallot and chilies chopped), […]

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  • Perkedel Kentang 1

    Potato Perkedel Patties Recipe

    FollowShare Potato Patties or perkedel kentang is Indonesian mashed potatoes patties. The word perkedel was derrived from Dutch frikadel. Shallots, garlic, candlenuts, nutmeg, white pepper, chopped Chinese celery are added into mashed potatoes mixture, then shaped into patties. These little round patties are then dipped […]

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  • Payeh Bileh 2

    Payeh Bileh Recipe (Spiced Anchovies Wrapped in Banana Leaves – Aceh Style)

    FollowShare Payeh Bileh is one of Aceh style side dishes that is made from anchovies and spice up with numbers different herbs before wrapping them in banana leaves. There are many other different kinds name of pepes in Indonesia depend on the area. Pepes is […]

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    Wonton Soup Recipe (Pangsit Kuah)

    FollowShare Chinese food has been blended into Indonesian food for centuries. Wonton or we call it pangsit (read: punk-seet) is one of them. Wonton soup (pangsit kuah) or deep fried wonton (pangsit goreng) can be found at many street food stalls in every corner of […]

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