Java Food Archive

  • Keripik Paru (Indonesian Beef Lung Crackers) | Indonesia Eats

    Keripik Paru Recipe (Indonesian Beef Lung Crackers)

    Share Dishes from Beef Lung (Paru in Indonesian) are Indonesian and Malaysian delicacies. Beef lung can be cooked in various kind of dish such as rendang, balado, sambal goreng (fried sambal), keripik (crackers). Offal is actually common to be eaten in other parts of the […]

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  • Ikan Ceng Cuan

    Ikan Ceng Cuan (Braised Ginger Fish – Peranakan Style)

    Share Ikan Ceng Cuan is a Cina Benteng fish dish. For non-Indonesian, the term Cina Benteng might not be familiar. Cina Benteng is literally translated as Fortress Chinese or Benteng Chinese which refers to a community of Chinese Indonesians residing in Tangerang; located in Banten […]

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  • Tongseng Kambing 1

    Tongseng Kambing (Solo Style Goat, Cabbage, and Coconut Stew)

    Share Can you think a dish that includes goat meat, cabbage, coconut, kecap manis and coconut milk? If you have been to Central Java of Indonesia or at least to Java island, you will know tongseng kambing. Tongseng Kambing is a popular dish from Solo […]

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  • The Front Yard and Signage of Warung Pulau Kelapa

    Bali: Warung Pulau Kelapa, Ubud

    Share After dropping all my luggages at 100 Sunset Boutique Hotel and filling up our belly at Warung Lawar Kartika with Lawar (Balinese meat salad), Sate Lilit Sapi (Bali Beef Sate) and Sop Sapi (Beef Soup), my ride took me to Ubud. Ubud is a […]

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  • Ikan Pindang

    Indonesian Fish Brine Recipe (Ikan Pindang)

    Share Ikan Pindang is a way to preserve the fish in Indonesia which I see very close to brining process. Brining fish and seafood is a great technique to flavour fish and seafood as the ocean itself is a sort of the original brine. Since […]

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  • Babat Gongso

    Babat Gongso Recipe (Semarang-Style Tripe)

    Share Babat Gongso is a legendary dish from Semarang and Solo, Central Java which is increasingly rare to be found. Once you have Babat Gongso and there are some left over, you can be continued cooking or transferring into Nasi Goreng Babat (Tripe Fried Rice). […]

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  • Tahu Campur

    Tahu Campur Seller, One of Many Street Foods in Indonesia

    Share Tahu Campur or Mix Tofu is literally translated for this dish. This Tahu Campur is the Eastern Javanese style which is different with Central Javanese. The East Javanese has a soupy look with the addition of tofu, chunk of beef, cassava cake (perkedel singkong), […]

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  • Sate Komoh

    Sate Komoh Recipe (Indonesian Spiced Beef Saté – East Java Style)

    Share I’ve known Sate Komoh as Sate Bumbu Rujak for ages until I learnt cooking and realized that they both are the same. You probably noticed why I don’t use the word satay. Sate is the correct Indonesian spelling, so I use sate for Indonesian […]

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  • Kampoeng Tempo Doeloe

    Kampoeng Tempo Doeloe, Jakarta Food Event

    Share Kampoeng Tempo Doeloe is the old Indonesian spelling of Kampung Tempo Dulu which means Kampung (Village) in the Past. After pouring sweat at Pasar Senen, Nizar and I hopped on the cab. Nizar would like to take me to the event “Kampoeng Tempo Doeloe”; […]

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  • Bubur Biji Ketapang/Bubur Biji Salak (Indonesian Sweet Potato Dumpling)

    Bubur Biji Ketapang – Bubur Biji Salak Recipe (Indonesian Sweet Potato Dumpling)

    Share Bubur Biji Ketapang (in Sumatra) or Bubur Biji Salak (in Java).  Both are the same sweet snack and made from sweet potato which I prefer translate into Sweet Potato Dumpling instead Sweet Potato Porridge. Bubur means porridge while biji means seed. Ketapang is a […]

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