This recipe uses the Indonesian sweet, syrupy, spiced soy sauce Kicap Manis and the fresh flavours of root ginger, chillies and coconut typical of an Indonesian market.
The colourful and fragrant spices used in this dish reflect the vibrant Indonesian landscape and are combined with rich, sweet coconut found throughout the country.
Bakso are smooth textured Indonesian balls found in food stalls throughout the country. They are typically served in a bowl of broth with noodles and a colourful mix of vegetables, topped with crispy fried onions and hot chilli sauce.
Martabak is traditionally served with spicy pickled vegetables. This dish is found in food stalls throughout Indonesia and is thought to have originated in the Middle East and India, brought by immigrants and readily incorporated into the streets ...
Moqueca is a Brazilian dish from the north eastern region of Bahia.
Coxinha are typical Brazilian street food, the Brazilian cheese Catupiry is sometimes used but this can be substituted with cream cheese.
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