Welcome to Indonesia Eats
Indonesia Eats is written and photographed by Pepy Nasution; an Indonesian-born Winnipeg (Canada)-based food photographer.
A collection of Indonesian and Asian recipes with style, eye-catching photographs and personal stories about cooking Indonesian and being Indonesian away from home. Indonesia Eats is a memoir of her homeland.
Recipes By IngredientsBaking Banana Beans Beef Beverage Chicken Chocolate Clam Coconut Crab Curry Dairy Duck Dumpling Edible Flower Egg Fish Food Photography Fruit Gluten-Free Goat&Lamb Indonesia Ingredients Kecap Manis Mushroom Noodle Nuts Potato Rice Sambal Sate/Satay Seafood Shrimp Snack Snail Soto&Soup Squid Tempe(h) Tofu Vegetables
Avocado Poppy Seed Cake Recipe
17 March 2014 10:51 PM | 14 Comments
Sup Kambing Medan Recipe (Goat Soup)
09 March 2014 6:46 PM | 1 Comment
03 March 2014 11:27 PM | 7 Comments
Ayam Pinadar Recipe (Andaliman Pepper Chicken)
23 February 2014 9:16 PM | 5 Comments
Ngo Hiang – Gohyong Recipe (Chinese Five Spice Roll)
02 February 2014 9:17 PM | 2 Comments
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Edible Flower Archive
Posted on February 24, 2013 | 9 CommentsShare On the way to Pasar Senggol Gianyar, my eyes were seeing that make me happy, a place to get food props. I saw a sign “Pipin’s Lombok Traditional Art Shop”. Hmm Lombok island has many pretty crafts too. So, I asked Bli Yudi to […]
Posted on June 21, 2012 | 20 CommentsShare 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 […]
Posted on August 10, 2011 | 11 CommentsShare Bunga telang (or bunga teleng or kembang teleng or or bunga biru) is also known as Butterfly Pea or Blue Pea Vine in English. This plant is native to tropical equatorial Asia, but has been introduced to Africa, Australia and America. I was a […]
Posted on June 16, 2010 | 13 CommentsShare I call this bunga turi (in Javanese: kembang turi); literally translated bunga or kembang means flower and turi is the tree name for Sesbania grandiflora in Indonesian. Although I had bunga turi for the first time when I was a kid, I noticed some […]