Martabak manis (sweet pancakes). Martabak is one of the most famous street foods in Indonesia. It’s buttery, thick pillowy, decadent, and filled with grated cheese or chocolate sprinkles.
Lemper ayam. Steamed sticky rice cake flavored with coconut milk and filled with fragrant chicken floss.
Lemper bakar. Similar to lemper ayam; however, this version is grilled after they're done cooking in the steamer.
Pisang goreng (fried banana). A popular Southeast-Asian snack. Bananas are deep-fried till golden brown; crispy on the outside, sweet and caramelize inside.
Kue talam ubi. Classic Indonesian steamed sweet potato cake.
Bolu kukus (steamed cupcakes). Bolu kukus or steamed cupcakes – a quick way to make cupcakes when you don’t have an oven. These cupcakes, also known as kue mangkok, are perfect for breakfast or tea time with a side of coffee or tea. Note: I use regular sugar; hence, the color stays that way.
Kue lapis surabaya (spiku). A classic Indonesian layered cake with a buttery texture.
Ham, egg, & cheese pockets. Completely homemade Ham, Egg, & Cheese Pockets that are so easy to make! It’s a classic breakfast biscuit but enclosed so you can enjoy these homemade breakfast hot pockets on the go — no melted cheese dripping from your hands or shirt.