Wingko Babat Recipe (Javanese Coconut Sticky Rice Cake) » Indonesia Eats

Wingko is often known as Wingko Babat. Wingko is basically a Javanese sweet snack and made from a mixture of grated coconut, coconut milk and sticky rice or glutinous rice. Again, I approved to you that many Asian snacks or desserts are vegan and gluten free. Babat is a small regency in Lamongan, East Java […]

Wonton Soup Recipe (Pangsit Kuah) » Indonesia Eats

Chinese food has been blended into Indonesian food for centuries. Wonton or we call it pangsit (read: punk-seet) is one of them. Wonton soup (pangsit kuah) or deep fried wonton (pangsit goreng) can be found at many street food stalls in every corner of the country. As Indonesia is the world’s most populous Muslim-majority nation, […]

Vietnamese Shrimp Egg Rolls Recipe (Cha Ram) » Indonesia Eats

This time I made the shrimp version of Vietnamese Egg Rolls to complete my Vietnamese Grilled Shrimp Rice Vermicelli (Bun Tom Nuong).  Compare to Indonesian lumpia, Cha Ram (Vietnamese Shrimp Egg Rolls) is very simple to make.  Enjoy this cha ram with any of your favourite sauce or Vietnamese favourite, Nuoc Mam Cham (Fish Dipping Sauce). This […]

Srikaya Jam Recipe (Coconut and Eggs Jam) » Indonesia Eats

Srikaya jam is one of traditional flavour jams that I?ve known when I grew up in Indonesia.  North Sumatra where most my paternal extended family live and they often sent or brought us some goodies when they visited my family who live in Java.  Those goodies were mostly things that were not common to be [?]

Sup Kambing Medan Recipe (Goat Soup) » Indonesia Eats

Sup Kambing Medan or literally translated as Medan Goat Soup was the second North Sumatran food that I made on February after Ayam Pinadar Andaliman Pepper Chicken. Some may ask what the differences between goat, mutton and lamb are. You can always go back to my old post where I discussed about them. Goat is […]

Shrimp, Tofu, and Mushroom Ankake Donburi Recipe » Indonesia Eats

Seriously, I have been wanting to make Ankake Donburi (あんかけ丼) for so long. Harumi Kurihara the author of Everyday Harumi cookbook has the explanation what Ankake is. Ankake is a typical Japanese sauce, made from thickened dashi stock and can be served with a variety of ingredients. As other Japanese and Korean cooking, the thickening […]