Nunuk Sri Rahayu

Bakwan Sayur: Deep Fried Vegetable Fritters

Deep-fried vegetable fritters, often sold as a street-snack in Indonesia. A quick and easy treat that’s addictive — and gloriously unhealthy.

Susu Kurma: Date Milkshake

Susu kurma, or date milkshake, is a popular café drink in Indonesia. Packed with nutrients and rich-tasting, it's also super easy to make.

Tahu Goreng: Simple Fried Firm Tofu (Vegan)

Tahu goreng, or ‘fried tofu’, is a simple, common but tasty dish of lightly-marinated or braised firm tofu that’s boiled then deep fried.

Cumi Bakar Saus Padang: Grilled Squid in Padang Sauce

Cumi Bakar Saus Padang: a popular restaurant recipe of fresh squid marinated in a cooked spice paste of coconut milk and herbs, then grilled.

Oseng-Oseng Mercon: Yogyakarta ‘Firecracker’ Beef

Oseng-oseng mercon is an ultra-spicy, semi-dry gravy beef dish consisting of boiled beef chunks sauteed in aromatic spices like galangal, lemongrass, and tons of chillies.

Nasi Bakar Ayam Suwir: Grilled Rice with Shredded Chicken

A recipe for grilled rice with shredded chicken. Spiced chicken is enveloped with rice, which is then wrapped in banana leaves and grilled.

Oseng-Oseng Pare: Javanese Stir-fried Bitter Gourd

Oseng-oseng pare is typical Javanese home-cooking recipe of bitter gourd stir-fried with shallots, garlic, chillies, and shrimp paste.

Wedang Asem: Tamarind & Palm Sugar Herbal Drink (Vegan)

Wedang asem is a healthy drink made with tamarind and two types of sugar. Sweet, sour and refreshing, it's also a great weight-loss recipe.

Bebek Cabe Hijau: Duck in Green Chilli Sauce

Recipe for bebek cabe hijau: it involves boiling the duck, then stir-frying it in a paste of green chilies, shallots, garlic and spices.

Kolak Waluh: Coconut Milk and Pumpkin Dessert Soup (Vegan)

Kolak waluh is a popular dessert recipe, in which pumpkin is stewed in a soup of coconut milk, pandan leaves, palm sugar, and spices.

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Nunuk hails from Solo, the historic royal capital and cultural centre of Java, Indonesia. She has been cooking since the age of 12, and also performs and teaches traditional Javanese dance. Her dream is to eventually write her own Indonesian cookbook.

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