• Kembang Waru (Waru Flower) Cake

    This cake is traditional cake from Kotagede, which is being baked since Mataram Senopati Dinasty. This cake was inspired by the shape of Waru Trees around Kotagede’ Traditional Market. In the past time, this cake only served in Kings ceremonial, such as wedding, circumcisions, and served only for Kings family. Nowdays, this cake became rare. […]

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  • tempoyak sauce

    Tempoyak Sauce

    Traditional food is one self-pride for local communities in certain areas. If we are talking of traditional food in Indonesia will be more than hundreds of traditional dishes that are still widely unknown by crowd. Traditional food today is tempoyak sauce, is one of traditional dishes that is available in the Lampung, Sumatra. Although dishes […]

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  • nasi penggel

    Nasi Penggel

    Rice penggel (the letter “e” is read as reading the word “pen”), is one of the specialties of Kebumen, a city located in the karangsambung district of Central Java. However, unlike other typical food Kebumen, such as satay and lanting, to enjoy a serving of rice penggel can be a difficult thing. Because, in addition to […]

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  • lumpia semarang

    Lumpia Semarang

    Lumpia Semarang is a kind of food rollade containing bamboo shoots, egg, and chicken or shrimp. The taste of lumpia Semarang is a fusion between Chinese and Indonesian flavors because it was first made by a Chinese descent who is married to an Indonesian and settled in Semarang, Java Tengah.Makanan started in Semarang sold and […]

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  • bakpia patok

    Bakpia Patok

    Bakpia is a food made from a mixture of green beans with sugar, wrapped in flour, then baked. Bakpia term itself is derived from the Hokkien dialect (Hanzi: 肉餅), from the word “bath” which means meat and “pia” which means cake, which literally means bread containing meat. In some areas in Indonesia, the food tasted […]

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  • sate ambal

    Sate Ambal

    Sate Ambal is typical meal of chicken meat from areas Ambal, Kebumen, Central Java. Which makes satay skewers Ambal different from Madura is marinade. Marinade somewhat more dilute, dark yellow and glance looks like gravy Padang cuisine. And special, this spice is made from soybean destroyed until smooth. Taste sweet-spicy-savory with herbs aroma fragrance appetizing. […]

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  • gudeg


    Gudeg is a traditional Javanese cuisine from Yogyakarta and Central Java, Indonesia. Gudeg is made from young unripe jack fruit (Javanese: gori, Indonesian: nangka muda) boiled for several hours with palm sugar, and coconut milk. Additional spices include garlic, shallot, candlenut, coriander seed, galangal, bay leaves, and teak leaves, the latter giving a reddish brown […]

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