Nasi Tumpeng The “Nasi Tumpeng” is special rice made like a shape of a cone or a traditional Indonesian food that has become a tradition in most important celebrations. The “Nasi Tumpeng” is presented as the highlight food in traditional ceremonies, such as weddings, dedications, thanksgiving, and other important events. Details: http://describeindonesia.com/en/culinary/item/155-the-rice-cone-or-%E2%80%9Cnasi-tumpeng%E2%80%9D,-traditional-rice-cone,-the-pride-of-indonesia.html
Ketupat - Indonesian rice cakes. Coconut fronds are woven into boxy shapes, partly filled with rice and boiled. It's eaten with savory foods, much like the way one would eat plain steamed rice. Eaten year round but especially at Lebaran, the day marking the end of the Muslim fasting month.
Ayam Goreng Kalasan - local organic free-range chicken, stewed in spices (coriander, garlic candlenut and coconut water) then fried, served with sambal and raw vegetables salad. http://foodmenuideas.blogspot.com/2013/10/indonesian-food-getting-to-know.html
Fried Spiced Tempe | Tempe is the soul of Indonesia Culinary. This is one of the food ingredients that almost every week is served on our dining table. When were abroad, many times it made us homesick when we missed it.