chicken

Opor ayam

Opor ayam

Opor ayam is chicken cooked in coconut milk and originated from Central Java and especially popular during lebaran (one of the major national holidays in Indonesia) where it is typically served with ketupat (boiled rice cake wrapped in woven palm leaf pouch) or lontong (boiled rice cake in the shape of a cylinder wrapped in banana leaf). Opor ayam is also the meat of choice for the famous Yogyakarta gudeg (young jackfruit sweet stew); served with cooked rice.
Risotto con pollo

Risotto con pollo

Risotto is a northern Italian rice dish cooked in a broth to a creamy consistency. Many types of risotto contain butter, wine, onion, and parmesan cheese. It is one of the most common ways of cooking rice in Italy. Risotto con pollo is risotto with chicken.
Canja de galinha

Canja de galinha

Canja de galinha is a popular chicken soup of Portuguese, Cape Verdean, and Brazilian cuisine. The basic ingredients include chicken, rice or massa pevide. Common flavoring ingredients are olive oil, mint, salt and pepper. It is usually accompanied by slices of Portuguese broa bread on the side for dipping. This is only a variation of this recipe.
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.
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.
Tori no kara-age

Tori no kara-age

Tori no kara-age is Japanese fried chicken. After being marinated in soy sauce, ginger and garlic, the nuggets of chicken are dredged in potato starch and deep fried until crisp. The potato starch creates a golden shell around the karaage with a lasting crispness which makes it perfect for packing into a bento lunch.
Cap cay

Cap cay

Cap cay is an Indonesian style chop suey. This is the Hokkien-derived term for a popular Chinese Indonesian stir fried vegetable dish that originates from Fujian cuisine. I prefer Cap Cay with chicken breast, baso and prawns.