dutch indonesian heritage cuisine

  • Krupuk & Kripik: for the crisp & crunch craving.October 23rd, 2014

    Now say the title of this article out loud and repeat 10x, as fast as you can.
    Krupuk for me is just as much a required side dish as sambal is when I have my Indo food. I love the crispy and crunchy.

  • Sambal Goreng Brussels Sprouts.October 5th, 2014

    You would not expect Brussels sprouts in the South East Asian cuisine. The Dutch Indo kitchen offers endless opportunities to experiment.

  • Mie Tek Tek a.k.a. Mie Goreng.October 5th, 2014

    I can include quite a few comfort meals to my repertoire, one of which is Mie (Bami) Goreng, Indonesian fried noodles, also known as Mie Tek Tek and sold by street hawkers in Indonesia.

  • Indonesian street food galore.October 5th, 2014

    “Ke-to-praaaak, Ke-to-praaak!” That is what I would shout when pushing a cart selling this popular and delicious salad.

  • Iced Coffee – stirred, not shaken.September 16th, 2014

    It was hot today and I was craving Iced Coffee. But it doesn’t really matter what temperature it is outside or what season, I usually pick an iced beverage over a hot one.