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Baso Recipe: Indonesian Soup with Meatballs the Size of Tennisballs!

By: Aisah Wolfard September is Food Month. We kicked off with a nice story on krupuk. Now let's go into some real special dishes. One of the most popular streetfood...

Smooth but fiery Tongseng Kambing, By: Aisah Wolfard

Tongseng Kambing: Spicy Goat in a Smooth but Fiery Curry

By: Aisah Wolfard Tongseng Kambing is best enjoyed in the rainy season especially in the evening. Tongseng includes a lot of indonesian herbs and spices, giving this...

Hot and fragrant Soto Betawi

Dapoer Aisah: Soto Betawi Recipe

By: Aisah Wolfard The perfect cure against the cold is soto betawi, a hot bowl of beef soup to warm you up! Soto in Indonesian means soup with extra ingredients. It...

pepes ikan

Dapoer Aisah: Pepes Ikan Recipe

By: Aisah Wolfard One of the most loved recipes from West Java Indonesia is Pepes Ikan. Pepes means ‘steamed’ and ikan is Indonesian for ‘fish.’ You can imagine...

Bala-bala, a typical Sundanse snack

DAPOER AISAH: Bala–Bala Recipe

By: Aisah Wolfard These little fried balls are a great every-moment-of-the-day snack. Bala-Bala is another typical West Javanase dish. Bala in Sundanese, means...

sambal

DAPOER AISAH: Recipe for sambal ulek

By: Aisah Wolfard Spice up your food with this recipe for sambal ulek! For most Indonesians, dinner simply isn’t complete without it. There are many different kinds...

batagor recipe

DAPOER AISAH: Batagor Recipe

By: Aisah Wolfard This is a favorite Indonesian dish from Bandung called batagor. Batagor stands for Baso Tahu Goreng, which can be translated as fried tofu meat/fish...

udang asam manis or sweet and sour shrimp

DAPOER AISAH: Udang Asam Manis (Sweet & Sour Shrimps) Recipe

By: Aisah Wolfard This recipe for udang asam manis is quick, easy and very tasty. Sweet and sour shrimp are great accompanied with steamed rice and a quick spinach stir...

DAPOER AISAH: Recipe for Mie Ayam

By: Aisah Wolfard A dish you will encounter everywhere in Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia, is mie ayam. Mie means noodles and ayam is the Indonesian word for...

Nasi Goreng a la Bla Bla

DAPOER AISAH: Recipe for Nasi Goreng Bla Bla

By: Aisah Wolfard Nasi goreng, or fried rice, is perhaps Indonesia’s most favorite and well known dish. People eat it for breakfast, lunch, dinner or as a midnight...