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Pecel Sayur: Vegetables in Javanese Peanut Sauce (Vegan)

A traditional and very important Javanese dish. A salad of lightly-blanched vegetables, doused in a spicy-sweet peanut gravy.

Sambal Pecel: Peanut Sauce with Lime Leaves and Kencur (Vegan)

A spicy peanut-based sauce that’s creamy and slightly tart, enjoyed with a boiled vegetable salad (pecel) and as a dip for fried snacks.

Es Jeruk: Iced Orange Juice (Vegan)

One of the most common drinks served in Indonesian eateries. It’s basically orange juice, water, and sugar — refreshingly sweet and citrusy.

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.

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.

Deyana’s Sambal Dabu-Dabu Lilang: Manado Chopped Chilli & Lime Sambal (Vegan)

Sambal dabu-dabu is a popular recipe from Sulawesi. Hot oil and lime juice are poured over a mix of chopped chillies, tomatoes and shallots.

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.

Stir-Fried Sliced Tempeh (Vegan)

This simple tempeh recipe is a stripped-down version of oseng-oseng tempe. Here, the tempeh is stir-fried with onions, garlic and chilies.

Basic Sayur Asem: Simple Tamarind Soup with Vegetables (Vegan)

This recipe is for a simple, stripped-down version of sayur asem — a West Javanese spicy and bright red tamarind soup with vegetables.

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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