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Sate Lilit (Balinese Fish Satay)
Warmly spiced seafood, grilled on a skewer of aromatic lemongrass.
Bumbu Kacang (Indonesian Peanut Sauce)
The archipelago’s classic satay condiment.
Sambal Tempeh with Lemon Basil
An earthy and aromatic Indonesian condiment for grilled vegetables and satay.
Satay Jamur (Javanese Oyster Mushroom Satay)
A salty-sweet, supremely savory Indonesian street food.
Sweet and Sour Eggplant Satay
A crispy, plant-based riff on the iconic Indonesian street snack.
Indonesian Beef Rendang
This luscious dish is traditionally eaten with white rice, but it is also wonderful with crusty bread.
How to Stock an Indonesian Pantry
Where to buy—and how to cook with—staples like pandan, galangal, and candlenut
No Plates or Silverware Allowed at This Massive Indonesian Feast
At a liwetan, a long table is covered with banana leaves, rice, and as many as a dozen different dishes. Roll up your sleeves and dig in