Quick and easy shredded tender chicken breast with a delicious and flavorful coconut milk. This Indonesian dish is great as a standalone or with nasi liwet.
These chicken wings are left to marinate overnight in a lemongrass marinade to maximize their flavor. Then grilled to perfection on a cast-iron grill pan.
Indonesian famous sop buntut (oxtail soup) that tastes as good as the one you find in some of the best Indonesian restaurants. You only need some oxtails and surprisingly other easy-to-find ingredients to recreate this iconic Indonesian soup.
This popular, tasty, and healthy Indonesian dessert is made with only mung beans, tangerine peel, and sugar. Use coconut milk for a richer porridge.
Indonesian salad served with a super awesome peanut sauce with a tang of tamarind, sweetness of palm sugar, the umami of shrimp paste, and a kick of chili.
On your next Asian market trip, get some yam/sweet potato/cassava leaves, and learn how to make this delicious and iconic Indonesian gulai daun singkong.
Crescent-shaped vanilla almond cookies, with tender and melt-in-your-mouth texture. Perfect to celebrate Chinese New Year, Christmas, and other special events.
You will eat more vegetables when you cook lodeh (Indonesian vegetable stew in coconut milk). Perfect for festive events with lontong, opor, and sambal.
Kroket panggang/baked croquette (Shepard's pie) is easy to prepare and will bring a smile to everyone's face. Make this when you want a fuss-free kroket.
Roast potatoes don't have to be boring. Use your homemade sambal goreng (fried chili paste) to cook this easy and mouthwatering spicy roast potatoes.
With a large batch of sambal goreng (fried chili paste) at home, you can quickly whip up sambal goreng dishes with fish, chicken, eggs, and even potatoes.
Indonesian dendeng age is ground beef cooked with plenty of spices, palm sugar, and kecap manis. This sweet and spicy beef is the perfect side for nasi gurih or steamed rice.