Snack

Bitterballen

Bitterballen

Bitterballen are a savoury Dutch meat-based snack, typically containing a mixture of beef or veal (minced or chopped), beef broth, butter, flour for thickening, parsley, salt and pepper, resulting in a thick ragout.
Tahu kuning

Tahu kuning

Tahu Kuning is yellow tofu, which is caused by the water of the soaking tofu is given turmeric. Tahu Kuning is a typical food of Kediri (East Java, Indonesia), because its manufacture center is often found in Kediri. Tahu Kuning has a rectangular shape and is slightly flat. This tofu also has better density than white tofu, so when cut tofu is not easily crushed.
Ekkado

Ekkado

Ekkado is a quail egg, enclosed with a mixture of prawn meat, enclosed with tofu skin, and tied with a strand of chives before being deep fried. Apparently it’s a Hoka Hoka Bento (Japanese fast food chain of restaurants based in Jakarta, Indonesia) specialty.
Tahu isi

Tahu isi

Deep fried food is a common street snack in Indonesia. Numerous glassed booths line the roadsides with signs reading gorengan (fried food or fritter). Not so healthy, but delicious. One of the most popular is tahu isi (or fried stuffed tofu). The local will eat these stuffed tofu by taking one bite of tofu and one bite of the hot chili alternately. I like it with some Indonesian peanut sauce.
Indonesian rissoles

Indonesian rissoles

A rissole is a small croquette, enclosed in pastry or rolled in breadcrumbs, usually baked or deep fried. It is filled with sweet or savory ingredients, most often minced meat or fish, and is served as an entrée, main course, dessert or side dish. Rissole is a snack food in Indonesia. They are commonly filled with bechamel, chicken, carrot, celery, and eaten with chilli sauce or mustard. Not infrequently they are eaten together with Acar Bening and hot chilli peppers.
Almond Brittle

Almond brittle

Brittle, is a type of confection, consisting of flat broken pieces of hard sugar candy embedded with nuts such as pecans, almonds, or peanuts. It has many variations around the world, such as pasteli in Greece, croquant in France and Chikki in India. In parts of the Middle East, brittle is made with pistachios, while many Asian countries use sesame seeds and peanuts.