A Story About Indonesian Cuisine

A Story About Indonesian Cuisine

Who doesn’t love a Swedish smörgåsbord? This tempting table groaning full of tasty hot and cold dishes is a treat for the eye and for the stomach. But what does a traditional smörgåsbord consist of? And what’s the difference between a buffet and a smörgåsbord?

PEUYEUM, Delicious Fermented Food from West Java

Peuyeum, Fermented Cassava from West Java - Indonesia has several delicious fermented foods, one of which is peuyeum. It is fermented cassava usually eaten as snacks. Although it is a traditional…

The Reason Why Indonesian Culinary is Less Popular in Australia

The Reason Why Indonesian Culinary is Less Popular in Australia
When you compare Indonesian food with other countries like Vietnam, Thailand or Malaysia, Indonesian culinary is less popular and famous in Australia. Most Indonesian people involved in the food…

Sambal

Sambal is a chilli sauce or paste, typically made from a mixture of a variety of chilli peppers with secondary ingredients such as shrimp paste, garlic, ginger, shallot, scallion, palm sugar, and…

Botok

Botok or Bothok (sometimes called as Bobotok in its plural form or Botok-botok) is a traditional Javanese dish made from shredded coconut flesh which has been squeezed of its coconut milk, often…

Buras

Burasa (also burasa', burasak or buras) is an Indonesian rice dumpling, cooked with coconut milk packed inside a banana leaf pouch. It is similar to lontong, but with a richer flavour acquired from…

Lontong

Lontong is an Indonesian dish made of compressed rice cake in the form of a cylinder wrapped inside a banana leaf, commonly found in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. Rice is rolled inside a banana…