indonesian cuisine

  1. AgileMJOLNIR

    Recipe Babi Kecap (Indonesian Pork Belly)

    This is a delicious Indonesian dish I came across recently that I had never cooked so I went for it! Nice and spicy with great flavor, a little sweetness and oh those delicious Makrut lime leaves:) A little on the fatty side as you’d imagine but filling so you can feed 4-6 people with this...
  2. karadekoolaid

    Rudjak

    I posted this recipe a few months back so I don't know whether it's valid for the Pineapple Challenge. I haven't tagged it yet, but if it's ok, then great. This is really divine, refreshing, and unusual. Cucumber with fruit and fish sauce? Well why not! It's great with grilled chicken or pork...
  3. karadekoolaid

    Recipe Perkedel (Indonesian potato cakes)

    Ingredients: 500 gms potatoes 1 small onion (or 2-3 shallots) 4 cloves garlic 1 whole stalk (with leaves if possible) celery 1/4 tsp nutmeg Salt and Pepper to taste 1 egg Oil for frying Method: Peel the potatoes and cut into 1" chunks. Fry in hot oil until the potatoes barely start changing...
  4. karadekoolaid

    Recipe Rudjak (Indonesian Fruit Salad)

    Ingredients: 200 gms fresh pineapple, cubed 1 medium green mango, cubed 1 medium cucumber, cut into semicircular pieces 2 peaches or 4 apricots, stones removed, cut into bite-sized pieces 2 fresh hot red chiles 1 tsp fish sauce or a small anchovy 3 tbsps tamarind water 4 tbsps papelón (Vzlan...
  5. karadekoolaid

    Recipe Spicy Tuna Turnovers/Pastries (Panada Ikan Pedas)

    These little delights are, apparently, Indonesian street food. Since I´ve never visited Indonesia, I can´t honestly say whether this recipe is authentic or not. However, I can assure you it´s delicious and fun to make. I serve it with a sauce made of ketjap manis ( which is soy sauce, brown...
  6. Dapur Cuan

    Recipe Nasi Uduk (Indonesian Coconut Rice)

    Nasi Uduk or coconut rice is a famous street food dish popular among Indonesians as breakfast or dinner. Mark Wiens, a world renowned food vlogger, had this dish when he was in Jakarta. Legend has it, Nasi Uduk was adapted from fragrant rice dishes brought by international traders from the...
  7. Windigo

    Recipe Spicy Indonesian beef gravy

    Ingredients for 2 with leftovers: 500 grams minced beef 1 large onion (finely diced) 3 cloves of minced garlic 1 tsp minced fresh ginger 1 tsp coriander seeds 2 tbsp sambal badjak 2 tsp sambal oelek 3 tbsp ketjap manis (sweet soy sauce) 1 tbsp salty soy sauce Bisto gravy powder 300 ml water...
  8. Windigo

    Recipe Nasi goreng with chicken (fried rice)

    Ingredients: 300 g cooked and cooled rice, preferably made the day before 350 g diced chicken meat 100 g frozen peas 1 medium onion (cut in small dice) 3 centimeters of fresh ginger 4 cloves grated fresh garlic 2 tbsp sambal badjak OR 1 medium fresh red lombok chilli, thinly sliced (unless you...
  9. Windigo

    Recipe Indonesian Beef rendang by the Hairy Bikers

    This picture is cropped from another, probably not the best. But the full picture is visible in the thread What did you cook or eat today (March 2020)? post 189. Ingredients: 2 lemongrass stalks, dry outer leaves removed, roughly chopped 3 medium-sized red onions, quartered 6 garlic cloves...
  10. medtran49

    Recipe Sambal kecap

    Sambal kecap All but 2 Tbsp of the kecap manis below 1-1/2 Tbsp fresh lime juice 5 bird chilis, sliced very thinly 2 keffir lime leaves, very thinly sliced crosswise or zest of 1/2 lime 1-1/2 Tbsp shallots or sweet onion, chopped fine Stir together all ingredients in an airtight container and...
  11. medtran49

    Recipe Kecap manis

    Kecap manis 1/2 cup soy sauce or tamari (I like Pearl River Bridge brand) 5/8 cup palm/coconut sugar (you can substitute brown sugar) 1/2 tablespoon molasses 1-1/2 garlic cloves, peeled and smashed 1 inch piece fresh ginger, peeled and smashed 1 whole star anise 1 whole clove Place all...
  12. medtran49

    Recipe Indonesian grilled coconut chicken

    Indonesian coconut chicken (Ayam panggang) We REALLY liked this. It is a good bit of work with all the ingredients, but it's worth it, especially if you make enough for more than 1 meal for 2 or enough for a crowd. I looked through a bunch of recipes and came up with my own version...
  13. C

    Recipe Indonesian Cinnamon Rub

    Indonesian Cinnamon Rub (for Sticky Honey Garlic Ginger Chicken Wings) 1/4 cup cinnamon 2 TB. sugar 2 TB. ground cumin 2 TB. ground allspice 1 TB. ground cloves 1 TB. ground ginger 1 TB. garlic powder 1 TB. salt Combine ingredients. Makes about 1 cup Source: "Hot, Sticky and on Fire" by Ted...
  14. murphyscreek

    Recipe & Video Ayam Taliwang

    I cooked this spicy grilled chicken Indonesian (Lombok) dish yesterday for one of my video cooks. Was really happy with the result, trying to replicate a classic street food dish at home. Having leftovers right now. Lol... does anyone else love having savoury/spicy leftovers for breakfast? Full...
  15. E

    Recipe Pepes Tahu (Indonesian Steamed Tofu)

    Hey everyone! I got this recipe and I think that I should share it with you (because I know sharing is caring, right?) So I want to ask about your opinion about the recipe below! Are you interested to make it? Or, maybe you're still confused with the ingredients or the steps? Just let me know so...
  16. Steven Lockhart

    Recipe Manadonese Spicy Stewed Chicken

    This is an authentic Indonesian dish which usually called Ayam Woku (Woku Chicken). This dish is originally from Manado, the capital of North Sulawesi province in Indonesia. Around 3 hours flight from Jakarta. This dish uses a lot of spices and let the chicken absorb it all. The characteristic...
  17. C

    Recipe Sambal French and runner beans with tempeh

    Preparation time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 15 minutes A powerful, fresh and zesty curry. Indonesian sambal dishes usually contain the pungent belachan chilli and dried shrimp paste. However, sambal olek chilli paste (vegetarian) and fermented soy tempeh are is now widely available and work well...
  18. Ellyn

    Recipe Kecap Manis (sweet soy sauce)

    I grew up in Indonesia. When my family had to move out, one notable thing I really missed about that place was this particular sauce. Imagine my surprise when I found out how easy it was to make. It's basically soy sauce mixed in a saucepan with brown sugar (or palm sugar, which I like even...
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