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10 Amazing Indonesian Snacks

Krupuk: These crispy crackers are a staple in Indonesian households and are made from dried and fried starch and other ingredients, such as shrimp, fish, or vegetables. Krupuk is often served as a complement to main dishes or as a snack.

Pisang Goreng (Fried Bananas): A popular street food, these are bananas coated in batter and deep-fried until golden and crispy. They're a sweet treat that's often enjoyed as a snack or dessert.

Lemper: This snack consists of glutinous rice filled with seasoned chicken, fish, or meat, then wrapped in banana leaves. It's a savory, satisfying snack that's perfect for on-the-go eating.

Martabak Manis (Sweet Martabak): Often referred to as Indonesian pancakes, these thick, sweet pancakes are filled with a variety of ingredients like chocolate, cheese, and peanuts. They're a popular evening snack.

Sate Ayam (Chicken Satay): Though more commonly known as a dish, sate ayam can also be enjoyed as a snack. It consists of skewered and grilled chicken pieces served with peanut sauce.

Bakwan: These are Indonesian vegetable fritters made with shredded vegetables like cabbage, carrots, and bean sprouts, mixed with flour and spices, then deep-fried

Risoles: A fusion of Indonesian and Dutch cuisine, risoles are breaded and deep-fried rolls filled with savory ingredients such as chicken, vegetables, and béchamel sauce. They're a popular snack at local cafes.

Kue Lapis: This traditional snack is a steamed layer cake made from rice flour, coconut milk, and sugar, often flavored with pandan leaves. Its vibrant layers make it as visually appealing as it is delicious.

Otak-otak: Grilled fish cake made from ground fish meat mixed with tapioca starch and spices, then wrapped in banana leaves and grilled.

Tahu Isi (Stuffed Tofu): Fried tofu stuffed with a mixture of vegetables and sometimes meat, then battered and fried until golden. It's a popular snack found in street markets and is often served with a chili sauce.

Marky Park from Hypebeast



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