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Ikan Goreng: Deep Fried Fish

Ikan goreng is a common way of cooking fish in the Malay Archipelago. Fish steaks are marinated in spices, then deep-fried in very hot oil.

Dadar Gulung: Rolled Pancake with Grated Coconut Filling (Vegan)

A rolled pancake stuffed with sweet grated coconut. A popular sweet snack found all over Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei.

Lalapan: Indonesian Side Salad

A simple Indonesian vegetable salad served as a side, along with a fried or grilled main course. Adds freshness and nutrition to a meal.

Bubur Ketan / Pulut Hitam: Black Glutinous Rice Dessert Porridge (Vegan)

Bubur ketan or pulut hitam, literally “black glutinous rice porridge”, is a sweet dessert porridge that’s common to the Malay Archipelago.

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.

Ayam Suwir Crispy: Crispy Fried Shredded Chicken

Ayam suwir crispy is a dish of chicken breast that’s been boiled, shredded, spiced, and then deep-fried. Serve with sambal or chili sauce.

Perkedel Tahu: Deep Fried Tofu Fritters

Recipe for Perkedel Tahu, a deep fried patty of mashed tofu and eggs — a variant of the more common potato version. A protein-rich snack!

Soto Ayam Madura: Madurese Chicken Soup

Recipe for Soto Ayam Madura — a famous dish from the island of Madura. A hearty chicken soup garnished with vermicelli, vegetables, and eggs.

Sup Brenebon: Soup with Beef & Kidney Beans

Sup Brenebon is a Dutch-influenced kidney beans soup, with a meat stock (of any variety) as its base. Our halal recipe features beef ribs.

Timus: Fried Sweet Potato Balls (Vegan)

Timus is a hearty sweet snack from Yogyakarta. The recipe for this old-school treat involves steaming, mashing and frying sweet potatoes.
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