Posts Under Traditional Cuisine Category

Wajik

Wajik

As written in the book of Nawa Ruci, wajik is one of the snacks of Majapahit kingdom era (1293-1500). Wajik is a traditional snack made from sticky rice which is then cooked with brown sugar until thickened and colored kecoklatan. The name wajik which means diamond (such as how it is called in a card game) is more famous in the area of Central Java. While in other islands it is often called...

Onde-Onde

Onde-Onde

Onde-onde is a kind of popular snack cake market in Indonesia. This cake is very famous in the area of ​​Mojokerto. Onde-onde made from wheat flour or glutinous starch or boiled and the surface is sprinkled / coated with sesame seeds. There are a variety of variations, the best known is the onde-onde made of sticky rice flour and inside it is filled with green bean paste. Source of the pict:...

Maena Dance

Maena Dance

Maena Dance is one of Nias, North Sumatra, traditional dances. It is a kind of folk dance performed in a group or massively. Maena dance is usually performed in various events, such as welcoming VIP guests, weddings, and other traditional ceremonies. Source of the pic: https://sisteminformasipulaunias.files.wordpress.com

Moyo Dance

Moyo Dance

Moyo Dance is one of Nias, North Sumatra, traditional dances. Because the movement looks like the flying Eagle, the dance is also called as Eagle Dance. The dance is usually performed by female dancers and performed in various events such as formal celebrations, welcoming VIP guests, weddings, and other traditional events. Source of the pic: youtube

Ape

Ape

Ape cake or surabi Jakarta is a typical snack from Jakarta. The shape resembles a pancake. This cake is made from wheat flour mixed with milk. First the cake is only green, the natural color of suji leaves but now a variety of colors and sprinkles on top (cheese or meses).