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Beef Rendang

Ramadan Recipes: Beef Rendang

By: Melissa Lin Beef Rendang is a dish that is usually served during Malay celebrations and weddings. It is also eaten traditionally during the holy fasting month...

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Bali’s Galungan food 26 December-5 January

By: Mila Shwaiko I was born on the day before Galungan, the most important religious festival in the Balinese calendar, which marks the ten-day period when deified...

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A Malaysian Christmas Spread: Green Apple Chutney

By: Erna Dyanty Ready for some Christmas feeling? Latitudes gives you the best tips for your holidays cooking, Christmas presents and trips! Every year in December,...

Kaki lima, five feet, food for all, By: Ed Caffin

Five Things to Love about Kaki Lima

By: Ed Caffin Not everybody loves them. The Indonesian mobile food-cart, the kaki lima has an infamous reputation. Most people find them annoying and claim they...

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Bali’s Biggest Fish Market

Five local Indonesian wooden longline vessels enter Benoa harbour within the space of two hours. They have been fishing for yellowfin and bigeye tuna in the Indian Ocean...

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Jakarta Bites

Exploring Vibrant Street Food from the Heart of Indonesia by Petty Elliott by Petty Elliot Petty Elliott draws inspiration from the many popular dishes served by vendors...

Tahu isi by Annisa Alwita

Tahu Isi. So easy to prepare

By: Chandra Drews One of my favourite childhood snacks, this stuffed tofu dish is one of the main starts of Indonesian fried street food (gorengan). I mean think...

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Kecap Manis: Indonesia’s National Condiments

A blend of soy sauce and palm sugar, kecap manis is as common a sight on Indonesian dining tables as rice, and is used in such signature Indonesia dishes as nasi goreng,...

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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...

If you like spicy food, you should definitely try sambal

Experience food in Indonesia

When expats make plans of going to Indonesia, they usually imagine the busy streets of Jakarta, with their vibrant atmosphere and traces of colonial history, or...