A mouthwatering plate of traditional Balinese food presented on banana leaves.

Bali Food (An Overview of Cuisine in Bali)

Nasi Campur (Mixed Rice) Indonesian Food - Bali, Indonesia by uncorneredmarket…

Babi guling Ibu Oka in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. The best suckling pig in the world.

Babi guling Ibu Oka in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia - roast pork, spicy veggies and sambal over white rice eaten from a basket.

Balinese Festival Food. www.BaliFloatingLeaf.com

What to eat in Indonesia? Best indonesian food list - Food you should try

Balinese most favorite fruit salad (rujak gula) - (I love rujak, although the recipe I have is more complex but still easy to make.)

Balinese most favorite fruit salad (rujak gula) - (I love rujak, although the recipe I have is more complex but still easy to make.

Nasi Campur, indonese breakfast on the terrace of Amanusa Resort, Nusa Dua, Southern Bali

Nasi Campur, Indonesian breakfast on the terrace of Amanusa Resort, Nusa Dua, Southern Bali

Pisang Rai~ Coconut Banana (Pisang Rai) is one of traditional Balinese heritage snack, it is made from banana which usually be eaten as a breakfast (a traditional breakfast) along with tea/coffee, on the other hand, its also perfect snack for your afternoon tea/coffee. The bananas are first coated in a homemade batter of rice flour, boiled/steamed and then toppled over with fresh grated coconut. (Ira Rodriguez)

Breakfast yum - Coconut Banana (Pisang Rai Bali) - I wonder how it would taste with a yogurt coating instead of the reg batter?

Balinese Chicken (Ayam Pelalah) recipe - This chicken is an everyday dish as well as a ceremonial staple. Balinese food is spicy and calls for numerous spices in the preparation process, but it's well worth it! | rasamalaysia.com

Balinese Chicken (Ayam Pelalah)

Balinese Chicken (Ayam Pelalah): Grill the chicken then shred and toss with aromatic Balinese spices. It’s one of the most scrumptious Balinese recipes served as a side dish or with nasi campur or Balinese mixed rice.

it's Soto Mie. There are so many variations of "SOTO" (indonesia cuisine). Soto bandung, soto kwali, soto banjar, coto makassar, sroto banyumas, soto lamongan, soto madura, soto padang, soto medan,soto betawi .....etc.  Its spicy sauce with chunks of beef or chicken pieces 2cm, some are made ​​of duck, lamb or pork .... everything is fresh, tasty, delicious, eat warm.

it's Soto Mie. There are so many variations of "SOTO" (indonesia cuisine).

Nasi Kuning, traditional Indonesian dishes usually served on special occasion such as birthdays, graduations, house warming, birth, etc

nasi kuning, yellow rice with many dishes. indonesian food for celebrate event or just simply for breakfast (with small portion of side dishes) nowadays

Guest Post: Balinese Chicken Sate by My Cooking Hut at http://www.mycookinghut.com

Guest Post: Balinese Chicken Sate

Indonesian Food. Pisang Rai Bali. Coconut Banana from Bali.

In the midst of the crush of modernity, traditional snacks is a unique culinary culture that should retained ~ Ira Rodrigues.

masakan Bali itu kaya bumbu dan pedas rasanya, hampir semua bumbu dipakai, untuk nasi campur ini dilengkapi dengan tum ayam - sate ikan/li...

masakan Bali itu kaya bumbu dan pedas rasanya, hampir semua bumbu dipakai, untuk nasi campur ini dilengkapi dengan tum ayam - sate ikan/li...

The ever popular and delicious Nasi Lemak Bungkus served with spicy anchovies, peanuts, hard boiled eggs, and cucumber slices wrapped in banana leaves. | RotiNRice

Nasi Lemak Bungkus (Coconut Flavored Rice with Spicy Anchovies Wrapped in Banana Leaves)

The ever popular and delicious Nasi Lemak Bungkus served with spicy anchovies, peanuts, hard boiled eggs, and cucumber slices wrapped in banana leaves.

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