Main Dish

Empal gepuk

Empal gepuk

Empal gepuk is an Indonesian sweet ans spicy fried beef dish, that is commonly popular in West Java. The boiled beef pieces are beaten using stone pestle or meat pounder to loosen the meat fibers and spread its size a little bit.
Dolmades

Dolmades

Dolma is a specialty of oriental cuisine: vine leaves, which are mostly filled with rice, minced lamb, finely chopped onions, nuts and spices. The stuffed vine leaves are boiled or braised in broth or wine and drizzled with olive oil and lemon juice. Dolma are traditionally eaten cold or as an appetizer. The name of the dish comes from Turkish. Dolma means "filled". The alternative name in Turkish is sarma (wrap). In German, in addition to the Turkish original name and the Greek name Dolmades (Greek plural of Dolma) naturalized.
Mangut ikan

Mangut ikan

Mangut is a typical food commonly found around Semarang (Central Java, Indonesia), but some mangut versions are also found in Solo and Yogyakarta (also Central Java) although not as popular as in Semarang. Mangut fish commonly made from smoked fish. This fish is then re-cooked with coconut milk and various spices. It's tasty, sweet and spicy.
Ayam Bakar Padang

Ayam Bakar Padang

Ayam Bakar Padang (grilled chicken Padang) with spicy seasoning has a distinctive flavor. Spicy flavor is wrapped with a savory taste of native coconut milk and spices derived from natural herbs such as ginger, lemongrass and kaffir lime leaves to make recipes indigenous grilled chicken is favored by many people of Indonesia.
Roti jala kari kambing

Roti jala kari kambing

Roti Jala (Malay for Roti: bread, Jala: net) is a pastry from the Malay cuisine. Characteristic is the name giving net structure. It is made from a thin dough of flour and coconut milk. The special shape is obtained by pouring the dough into the pan through a special, perforated container in circular movements, creating a net-like grid that is baked from both sides. It is then rolled up or folded and served as a side dish.