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Bika Ambon

Bika Ambon

Bika Ambon is a dessert from Indonesia. Even though, the name of ambon is used, this cake is not from Ambon. Made of ingredients such as tapioca flour, eggs, sugar, yeast and coconut milk, Bika Ambon is generally sold in pandan flavour, although now other flavors like banana, durian, cheese, chocolate are also available. The yeast creates bubbles, which gives it a unique spongy texture when it is...

Sate Bandeng

Sate Bandeng

Sate Bandeng is a local food from Banten and also found in Serang. It is a kind of satay, but the meat used is fish meat. The fish used is bandeng fish, or milkfish. Unlike normal satay which is made of little pieces of meat, Sate Bandeng is made from removing the bone of the fish without breaking the fish form, then the meat is separated from the skin and is kneaded. Next, the meat is ...

Fried Lumpia

Fried Lumpia

Lumpia is a popular traditional snack originally from Chinese. It is a kind of spring rolls consisting thin slices of whole-wheat dough as a wrap stuffed with bamboo shoots, eggs, fresh vegetables, meat, or seafood. After stuffed, the lumpia is then fried. Another kind of lumpia is not fried.  Source of the pic: https://img-global.cpcdn.com/003_recipes/28df2f8352e3695a/260x366cq50/...

Talam

Talam

Talam is a traditional cake from Betawi. It is made of cooked glutinous rice cake with sugar then it is steamed. In Ramadhan, the cake is quite popular as a dish for breakfasting. The cake consists of 2-3 layers, the green layer made of pandan leaves, the brown layer made of sugar, and the white layer made of the glutinous rice itself. Source of the pic: http://dhayangkuntuubekty.blogsp...

Konro

Konro

Konro soup is a traditional Indonesian beef ribs dish from Bugis and Makassar tradition. This soup is usually made of beef and the ribs. The blackish – soupy cuisine is usually eaten with small pieces of ketupat. The color comes from the Indonesian black fruit, kluwek.