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7 Indonesian Recipes and How to Make It Easy

7 Indonesian Recipes and How to Make It Easy


Want to try various Indonesian recipes? Indonesian recipes are very diverse. Often, the names of the dishes are the same, but in different regions, the recipes are different.

1. Rendang

One of the recipes of Indonesian cuisine that is always addictive is Padang rendang. Who is not familiar with this meat rendang, we all certainly already know how delicious and fragrant this dish is.


Cooking meat rendang should use beef that has the best quality, and choose meat that is still fresh. Let's try this very popular Indonesian recipe.



500 grams of beef,

cut into squares into 8 or 10 parts of 600 ml of thick coconut milk,

from one and a half coconut grains 5 tbsp

cooking oil 300 ml

water 2 grains of kandis acid


How to Make:

1. Sauté the spices until fragrant, add the meat, stir until it changes color.

2. Put turmeric leaves, lemongrass, and kandis acid. Stir gently.

3. Put water. Cook until the water shrinks. Stir gently occasionally.

4. Then Put the coconut milk, cook over medium heat.

5. Leave until the meat is tender, the gravy is dry, and greasy. Remove, serve.


2. Rawon Recipe, a Popular Indonesian Dish

Rawon is one of the popular Indonesian recipes as well. The fragrance of the keluwak is very tempting to the taste buds.  Rawon is more delicious if you have stayed overnight, if you want to serve it in the morning to be cooked at night.



500 grams of slightly fatty beef

2 litre air

3 stalks of lemongrass, bruising

3 cm galangal, bruising

5 pieces of orange leaves

2 bay leaf sheets

4 tbsp oil for sautéing

2 sprigs of leek, cut into pieces


Fine seasoning:

5 shallots

3 cloves of garlic

2 pecan grains

1 tsp coriander

2 cm ginger

2 cm turmeric

3 bh red chili peppers (optional)

4 bh old keluwak, steamed, take the contents 2 tsp salt


How to Make

1. Cook the meat over low heat

2. Add bay leaf, lemongrass, galangal, and orange leaves until the meat is tender and cooked. 3. Remove the meat, then cut into small pieces.

4. Strain the meat water stew, set aside along with the cutlets.

5. Puree all the spices finely, sauté until they smell good.

6. Remove from heat, then put in the meat broth.

7. Cook over low heat until it boils again.

8. Taste, whether the taste is just right.

9. Put the chopped leeks, simmer for a while.

10. Pour rawon into a bowl, sprinkle short bean sprouts on top.

11. Serve with warm rice, salted eggs and samba


3. Madura Chicken Satay

Satay is easy to buy, but maybe you want to make it yourself at home. Try this madura indonesian recipe.



250 g of chicken fillet, cut into cubes, then pricked to the skewers

1 lime that has been sliced

100 ml of cooking oil

3 shallots, thinly sliced 5 tbsp white rice sweet soy sauce or can be replaced with rice cakes to taste


Peanut seasoning :

3 grains of garlic

4 shallots

100 g peanuts, fried

2 pecan grains

salt to taste

150 ml of chicken broth water

cooking oil to taste


How to Make:

1. Making peanut seasoning, garlic puree, onion, peanuts, salt, and also pecans. Sauté the peanut seasoning until it smells good, then add the broth water and then cook until thickened and then remove it. Set aside.

2. Next, mix 2 tablespoons of peanut seasoning with 2 tablespoons of sweet soy sauce, then dip the satay, then sear until half cooked. Remove and then roll again in the marinade, continue to sear again until cooked, remove from heat.

3. For onion sauce, Sauté the garlic until half cooked and then remove from heat. Next mix the garlic plus also a small red pepper, and salt, puree.


4. Tofu Tempe Bacem

Tofu tempeh bacem is usually served with sour vegetables, chili sauce and white rice. This Indonesian recipe is also delicious to use for chicken, but you should cook it separately. If you are in a hurry, you can cook it at the same time, but the tofu is put in later so that it is not too soft or crumbled.



400 grams of tempeh/tofu, cut to taste

800 ml of coconut water

1/2 tsp oil salt for frying 100 grams of brown sugar, comb 2 tbsp sweet soy sauce 1 piece bay leaf 1 cm galangal, bruise



6 shallots

4 cloves of garlic

1/2 tbsp coriander

3 stems of lemongrass, take the white


5. Soto Ayam, one of the Popular Indonesian Recipes

Soto is one of the recipes of Indonesian cuisine that has many variations, chicken soto, meat soto, tripe soto, eldest soto, Betawi soto, noodle soto and many more. The variations can be based on ingredients/fillings, additional seasonings or the place where the recipe came from. The recipe we chose is a clear chicken soup recipe that is usually cooked as a home-cooked Indonesian family dish.



1/2 chicken

2 liters Air 250 gr

long bean sprouts, remove the roots

1 scallion stem, finely sliced

1 1/2 tsp salt

2 galangal segments, pressed

2 ginger segments, pressed



2 stalks of finely sliced celery

1 tomato,

Sliced Onion MeraH

Goreng lime, split


How to make:

1. Boil the chicken until the chicken is tender. Reduce the heat.

2. Sauté the fine spices, orange leaves, lemongrass, galangal, and ginger until the aroma comes out. Remove and put in the chicken boiled water. Mix well and cook until boiling.

3. Add salt, granulated sugar, powdered broth, leeks, and bean sprouts. Mix well and cook for a while and then remove from heat.

4. Serve in a bowl and give complementary ingredients.


6. Oxtail Soup

The next Indonesian recipe is Sop Buntut. The menu is very popular with many people, but many complain about the difficulty of cooking, it cannot be tender, fatty, and smelly. Check out the tricks and practice of this Indonesian recipe at home.



1 kg of oxtail

2 cm ginger, pressed

1 btg leek,

iris 1 sdm,

cooking oil 200 gr


cut into strips or dice

250 gr of potatoes, diced

Ground nutmeg to taste Water

to boil moderately


Fine seasoning:


fry tomatoes, chop

coarsely sliced leek dice


How to make:

1. Put the oxtail in a saucepan until submerged in water, boil on the fire until it boils

2. Remove the foam floating above and the first boiled water of the tail. It is useful so that the broth does not smell.

3. Heat the cooking oil, then sauté the spices finely

4. Next put nutmeg powder, ginger, green onions until fragrant

5. Next put the tail and give it water

6. Boil in a covered saucepan over low heat

7. Boil carrots and potatoes in separate saucepan until cooked, then drain

8. After the tail is soft, take the tail and strain the broth, then put it back

tail into the filtered broth.

9. Bring the tail back to a boil over low heat

10. Put carrots and potatoes into a bowl then pour the broth and tails, then sprinkle the appendages.


7. Chicken Noodle Food Recipe

Fried noodles may not be authentic Indonesian dishes, but it has become a very popular Indonesian recipe and is loved by almost all Indonesians from children to the elderly. The following recipe is easy and practical, let's try it.



1 pack of telor noodles

Shrimp to taste

5 grains of fish balls

2 carrots

1 scallion stem

4 cloves of shallots

2 cloves of garlic

Cooking oil to taste

3 teaspoons sesame oil (optional)

1 1/2 teaspoons ground pepper


How to Make :

1. Rebus Mie

2. Slice carrots, meatballs and leeks.

3. Prepare clean peeled shrimp

4. Onion and garlic puree

5. Sauté the spices finely until fragrant, put the shrimp, meatballs, carrots.

6. Add sesame oil then add water, salt, pepper a little sweet soy sauce and finally put the noodles along with the scallions stir until infused.

7. Taste, add salt to taste.

8. Pour into dishes, Serve