Selamat Makan – Indonesian Recipes for #FoodoftheWorld

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Last Updated on December 16, 2020 by Chef Mireille

Selamat Makan..Bon Apetit in Indonesian. This month the Food of the World group is celebrating Indonesian food. A large part of my family is from Suriname, one of the most multi cultural countries on the planet, with a huge Indonesian population. Due to marriages, I have Indonesian cousins and am very familiar with Indonesian cuisine.

I was really excited that Food of the World was exploring this dynamic cuisine. However, my schedule just didn’t allow me to get a recipe done in time. Rather than delay any longer, here is a quick roundup of some Indonesian recipes I’ve done in the past. I hope you feel inspired and be prepared for a few Indonesian recipes from me this month as I join in the perayaan (celebration)!

Pandan Kue Pukis


Indonesian Martabak

Bami Goreng (Stir Fry)

Indonesian Noodle Stir Fry

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  1. You have a nice array of Indonesian recipes here. We really liked the Indonesian chicken I made for this event and am looking forward to trying few more recipes that I have bookmarked when searching for recipes for this event and also when we did Around the World in 30 days.

  2. I have a blogging friend who lives in Singapore who always features these gorgeous steamed cakes with vibrant colors similar to yours. It didn't occur to me that they could also be baked. I always learn something really interesting when participating in a #FOTW challenge. 🙂

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