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Indonesia Cuisine and Food





Nasi Goreng
Nasi goreng means fried rice and is easily prepared. Made from cooked rice fried together with chopped shallots, vegetables of your choice and sometimes meat or prawns are added.


Semur Daging
Semur daging means a dish of stewed cow meat. It is easy to prepare and is served with cooked white rice.


Rendang
Like semur daging, rendang is a dish of stewed cow meat with a little bit more spice and is normally served with white rice. It is easy to prepare but only time consuming as it takes hours for the meat to stew.


Opor
Opor is a typical Javanese chicken dish. It has a soft taste and is not too spicy.


Ayam Asam Manis
Ayam asam manis is a chicken dish prepared in two parts, the chicken and a sweet but hot sauce. Best eaten with plain white rice.


Pangsit
Pangsit is a small crispy Indonesian snack with some meat loaf inside. It is one of the easiest snacks to make.

Pisang Goreng

Pisang Goreng
Pisang Goreng or Fried Banana is a typical Asian snack which can be served as a snack but also as a side dish.

Corn, Shrimp and Pepper Fritters

Corn, Shrimp and Pepper Fritters
Corn was introduced to Indonesia by Spanish colonists in the seventeenth century. It is proved as agriculturally viable as rice in some parts of the archipelago. A favorite Indonesian street-food snack, corn fritters have an addicting aroma that lingers long after they are cooked.


 

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