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Hagelslag/Springkles/Meses | In Netherlands they called it hagelslag or muisjes. In the English speaking countries, they called it sprinkles or jimmies. In Indonesia, we simply translated the dutch word as meses. It's commonly used as a sandwich topping in Netherlands, Belgium, and Indonesia.

Eating Sprinkles the Dutch Way: Hagelslag on Bread

Dutch hagelslag (sprinkles) in so many variations these days . The Dutch eat this for lunch, on bread with butter !

KETOPRAK: Made of rice noodles, fried tofu and bean sprouts and served with garlicky peanut dressing, sweet soy sauce and crackers, ketoprak is one of Jakarta's favorite breakfasts – though many have it for lunch as well | Text & photo © Keshie Hernitaningtyas

Tofu, rice cake, bean sprouts, vermicelli and onion chips served in rich peanut souce.

Nasi Tim Ayam

Steamed chicken rice, nasi tim ayam -i love it sooooo much. There's this one little food corner in my hometown selling it and i'm loving it.

Ketoprak | Rice cakes topped with beansprouts, rice vermicelli, fried tofu and peanut sauce |  A typical street-food/dish in Indonesia. Very popular in Jakarta.

Ketoprak | Rice cakes topped with beansprouts, rice vermicelli, fried tofu and peanut sauce | A typical street-food/dish in Indonesia. Very popular in Jakarta.

Ketupat sayur: A Betawi signature dish, ketupat sayur is also loved by many for its sweet and savory taste of snake bean curry with bawang goreng (finely chopped deep-fried shallots) on top, served with ketupat (rice cake inside coconut leaves) and a number of side dishes such as boiled egg, potato and tempeh | Text & photo © Keshie Hernitaningtyas

Ketupat sayur: A Betawi signature dish, ketupat sayur is also loved by many for its sweet and savory taste of snake bean.

Sate ayam or chicken satay | Marinated, skewered and grilled meat, served with a sauce (peanut sauce or soy sauce ) | Some people believe satay originated from Java, Indonesia. Satay is available almost anywhere in Indonesia, where it has become a national dish. It is also popular in many other Southeast Asian countries, such as: Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Thailand as well as in the Netherlands, as Indonesia is a former Dutch colony.

A Lesson in Sate (Satay)

Grilled Korean-Style Skirt Steak Marinating the skirt steak overnight in a sweet and savory combo of sesame, garlic, cola and soy sauce packs it full of flavor. Grill it simply with onions and peppers for one easy, tasty dish.


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