Making homemade Indonesian chicken meatballs (bakso ayam) at home. You can enjoy the meatballs as is, or use them in many other Indonesian recipes.
When the temperature drops, I like to make some wedang (Indonesian hot tea) to warm my body. This ginger and lemongrass version is really easy and tasty.
This chayote dish with coconut milk is really yummy, with plenty of spicy chili kick. You must have labu siam tumis when you make Indonesian nasi rames.
Wedang jahe (Indonesian ginger drink/tea) is made with ginger and many other spices/herbs. This will be your new favorite drink throughout fall and winter.
Do you miss snacking on crispy, crunchy, and super savory Indonesian tempeh mendoan? Follow my recipe to cook tempeh mendoan to snack on any time you like!
This is the most awesome and no-fail recipe to prepare Indonesian perkedel kentang/potato fritters. These fritters taste just like the ones in Indonesia.
If you want a bowl of comforting soup, you can't go wrong with some empal gentong. Try serving this beef soup with ketupat (rice cake) and sambal rebus.
The key to crispy pisang goreng lies in the batter. Learn the secret to the perfect batter to recreate this beloved Indonesian fried bananas in your home.
Deep-fried tempeh with sweet and spicy glace (kering tempeh) is one of the most delicious Indonesian tempeh dish. Make double/triple batches if sharing.
Learn how to cook Indonesian most beloved vegetable dish, kangkung tumis terasi (stir-fried water spinach), with a primer on terasi/belacan/shrimp paste.
Master how to prepare this delicious spicy tomato sauce to turn any fresh vegetables into plecing, a signature vegetables dish from the island of Lombok.
Red chilies, lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, and lime juice are the key ingredients to transform a chicken into a bold, spicy, fresh, and citrusy dish.