Ariyani Tedjo

Serious amateur food photographer with formal, professional background in food and hospitality industry in Switzerland, USA, and Indonesia.
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Potato and Vegetable Croquettes. Dutch fried snack of mashed potato and vegetable ragout.
Easter Bunny Jelly. Milk bunnies jelly on chocolate marble jelly; decorated with artificial plants, flowers and butterflies.
Lontong Sayur Medan. Peranakan dish of rice cake in vegetable curry soup; topped with egg, potato crisp, vermicelli and peanuts. Accompanied with red chili paste and tapioca crackers.
Kolak Pisang Ubi. Sweet dessert of banana and sweet potato in sweet coconut milk soup.
Ketupat Lebaran. Traditional celebratory dish of rice cake with several side dishes, popularly served during Eid celebrations.
Rendang Padang. Spicy beef stew from Padang, Indonesia. The dish is arranged among the spices and herbs used in the recipe.
Wedang Tahu or Kembang Tahu.  Peranakan dessert of soybean pudding in ginger and palm sugar syrup.
Snowskin Mooncake in individual packaging and sealed with flower sticker
Nasi Goreng Jawa. The popular Indonesian rice dish of fried rice; cooked Javanese style with sweet soy sauce. Accompanied with condiments of chili sauce, pickled cucumber, crackers, and omelet.
Nasi Goreng Jawa. The popular Indonesian rice dish of fried rice; cooked Javanese style with sweet soy sauce. Accompanied with condiments of chili sauce, pickled cucumber, crackers, and omelet.
Nasi Tutug Oncom. Traditional Sundanese meal of rice mixed with fermented soybean; accompanied with fried chicken, tempeh, tofu, salted fish, vegetables dishes, chili paste and crackers.
Nasi Ulam Betawi. Rice dish of steamed rice with Roasted Grated Coconut, Beef Jerky, Soy-braised Egg and Beancurd, Fried Beehoon, Cucumber and Chili Sauce.
Nasi Campur Bali. Popular Balinese meal of rice with variety side dishes, which are served together with the rice and more as optional extras.
Bajigur. Sundanese warm drink of herbal coffee latte. Accompanied with steamed snacks of sweet potatoes, plantain, peanuts and corn.
Soto Medan. Creamy coconut milk soup with fried chicken, glass noodles, bean sprouts, egg, and potato cake from Medan, North Sumatra.
Ayam Bakar Padang. Traditional grilled chicken with spices from Minangkabau, West Sumatra.
Nasi Gudeg. A signature rice dish from Jogjakarta. Jack fruit stew accompanied with spicy stew of cattle skin crackers and white chicken curry. In the background are the individual dish of gudeg meal.
Otak otak. Grilled fish cake parcels from Betawi, Jakarta. Served with two kinds of spicy sauces.
Soto Betawi. Traditional beef and offal soup from Betawi, Jakarta. Served in a bamboo bowl on an earthenware plate, with wooden spoon and fork. Placed on a wooden table; decorated with sackcloth.
Lontong Cap Go Meh. Peranakan dish of rice cake soup with chicken curry, spicy chayote squash curry, spicy shrimp stew, soy-braised eggs, ground roasted soybean, ground roasted shrimps, and crackers.
Nasi Liwet Sunda. A traditional Sundanese rice dish of white rice cooked with spices and topped with anchovies, chili peppers and broad beans
Nasi Lemak Medan. A Malay meal of aromatic seasoned rice with Beef Rendang, Egg in Chili Paste, Potato Stick Crisp, Peanuts and Anchovies, Potato Patty, Long Beans, Cucumber, Chili Paste and Crackers.
Kerak Telor. Traditional food from Betawi, Jakarta. Crusty sticky rice omelette with roasted grated coconut and ground dried shrimp mixture and fried shallot served on earthenware plate.
Sambal Dabu-dabu. Traditional Minahasan fresh salsa of  chopped tomato and chili peppers in artistic styling.
Ayam Bakar. Indonesian char-grilled chicken. Arranged on bamboo tray lined with banana leaf. Served with extra spice paste, chili paste, fresh green vegetables, fried tofu and steamed rice.
Nasi Padang. Popular Minang meals of rice with Beef Rendang and Jackfruit Curry while the other with Chicken Curry and Cassava Leaves. Both have Chili Shrimps, Omelette and Green Chili Paste.
Soto Mie Bogor. Traditional Sundanese beef noodle soup with spring roll, cabbage, and tomato from Bogor, West Java. Served with chili sauce and lime halves.
Kolak Pisang Ubi. Sweet dessert of banana and sweet potato in sweet coconut milk soup.
Ketupat Lebaran. Eid celebratory dish of rice cake with Ayam Opor Bakar (grilled chicken curry), Sayur Lodeh (spicy vegetable curry soup) and Semur Tahu Telur (braised bean curd and egg in soy sauce).
Chinese Food Feast. Assorted popular Chinese food for dinner gathering.
Se'i Daging NTT. Smoked meat dish from Nusa Tenggara Timur. Accompanied with cassava leaf, steamed rice and chili sauce
Se'i Sapi NTT. Smoked beef dish from Nusa Tenggara Timur.
Rijsttafel Nusantara. Elaborate meal of various Indonesian side dishes
Ketupat Lebaran. Eid celebratory dish of rice cake with Ayam Opor Bakar (grilled chicken curry), Sayur Lodeh (spicy vegetable curry soup) and Semur Tahu Telur (braised bean curd and egg in soy sauce).
Es Selendang Mayang. Betawi's dessert drink of tricolour jelly cake in coconut milk and sweetened with sugar syrup.
Serabi Solo. Pancakes of coconut milk from Solo, Central Java. This variant adds some chocolate sprinkles. Underlined with cut pieces banana leaves and arranged on traditional, woven bamboo tray.
Aneka Kerupuk Nusantara. A selection of popular crackers in Indonesia.
Nasi Gudeg. Traditional Javanese meal of young jack fruit stew accompanied with spicy cattle skin cracker stew and white chicken curry.
Pineapple Tarts, Cheesy Tapioca Cookies, Vanilla Sugar Cookies for Eid celebrations. The greeting tag translation: Happy Eid al Fitr
Nasi Campur Bali. Balinese dish of steamed rice with variety of side dishes, such as Sate Lilit, Ayam Pelalah, Telur Dadar, Kacang Teri, Jukut Urap, Kerupuk.
Festive Balinese Rijsttafel with Traditional Dishes
Ranggining. A unique kind of Rengginang, made from variety of traditional tapioca and rice crackers sticked together and shaped into a disc.
Pastel Goreng. Peranakan snack of fried puff pastry with filling of sautéed vegetable and chicken. Served in woven basket garnished with celery leaves; accompanied with spicy peanut sauce.
Kerupuk Udang. The popular prawn crackers to accompany many Javanese and Balinese meals.
Nasi Goreng Rendang. Indonesian fried rice with Beef Rendang and its spice mix.
Nasi Padang with Rendang. Popular Minang meal of steamed rice with Beef Rendang (Padangnese spicy beef stew), Chili Shrimps, Omelette, Jackfruit Curry and Green Chili Paste.
Ketupat Lebaran. Eid celebratory dish of rice cake with Ayam Opor Bakar (grilled chicken curry), Sayur Lodeh (spicy vegetable curry soup) and Semur Tahu Telur (braised bean curd and egg in soy sauce).
Market stall of traditional Indonesian sweet and savory snacks. Here seen the lady seller scooping a snack called Tiwul from the tray.
Snowskin Mooncake. New variation of mooncake; mochi dough filled custard, red bean or mung bean pastes then moulded in mooncake mould.
Hong Kong Roast Meal. Assorted roast and barbecue meat and duck, accompanied with several other side dishes.
Snowskin Mooncake. New variation of mooncake; mochi dough filled custard, red bean or mung bean pastes then moulded in mooncake mould.
Pepes Tahu. Steamed cake of minced beancurd and spices in banana leaf parcel.
Wedang Angsle. Traditional Javanese warm dessert of sago pearls, rice noodles, agar agar, palm fruit, mung beans, peanuts in ginger and coconut milk soup. Served with sesame and rice cake on side.
Nasi Gudeg. Traditional Javanese meal of young jack fruit stew accompanied with spicy cattle skin cracker stew and white chicken curry.
Kue Putri Salju. Sugar-coated vanilla cookies for Eid celebration
Es Selendang Mayang with Sago Pearls. Betawi’s dessert drink of jelly cake with coconut milk, coconut brown sugar and topped with sago pearls.
Aneka Sambal Indonesia. Five kinds of Indonesian spicy condiments plated in saucers of mini stoneware mortar; then arranged on a banana leaf.
Market stall of traditional Indonesian sweet and savoury snacks
Kerupuk Merah Putih or Kerupuk Mie Sop. Round red and white tapioca crackers from Medan, North Sumatra. It is arranged among other Indonesian crackers.
Lontong Sayur Medan. Peranakan dish of rice cake in vegetable curry soup; topped with egg, potato crisp, vermicelli and peanuts. Accompanied with red chili paste and tapioca crackers.
Aneka Kerupuk Nusantara. An array of assorted (raw) crackers on tabletop display. These crackers are the popular ones in Indonesian regional cuisines.
Aneka Kerupuk Nusantara. An array of assorted (raw) crackers on tabletop display. These crackers are the popular ones in Indonesian regional cuisines.
Padang Minang Rijsttafel. Several dishes from Minangkabau cuisine accompanied with green chili paste and steamed rice.
An unwrapped, cut lo mai gai exposing the filling. Placed on ceramic bowl with a chunk being picked-up with a pair of chopsticks and lifted-up. Arranged on dark wooden rustic table.
Nasi Ulam Betawi. Rice dish of steamed rice with Roasted Grated Coconut, Beef Jerky, Soy-braised Egg and Beancurd, Fried Beehoon, Cucumber and Chili Sauce.
Mocktail of Sugar Cane and Coconut Water with Lime
Es Selendang Mayang. Betawi's dessert drink of tricolour jelly cake in coconut milk and sweetened with sugar syrup.
Nasi Campur Bali. Balinese meal of steamed rice with chicken, vegetable, egg, noodle, peanuts and satay; set among other side dishes as optional extra.
Nasi Campur Bali. Balinese meal of steamed rice with chicken, vegetable, egg, noodle, peanuts and satay.
Ikan Bakar Dabu-Dabu. Popular dish of grilled fish with fresh and spicy tomato salsa from Manado. Served on a wooden block lined with broad leaves.
Bika Ambon. Tapioca sponge cake from Medan, North Sumatra.
Gudeg Jogja. Traditional Javanese meal of young jack fruit stew accompanied with spicy cattle skin cracker stew and white chicken curry.
Assortment of Indonesian side dishes served in style of warteg
Nasi Campur ala Warteg. Indonesian popular meal of steamed rice accompanied with various side dishes served in style of warteg.
Nasi Campur Bali. Balinese meal of steamed rice with chicken, vegetable, egg, noodle, peanuts and satay; set among other side dishes as optional extra.
Nasi Campur ala Warteg. Indonesian popular meal of steamed rice accompanied with various side dishes served in style of warteg.
Nasi Campur ala Warteg. Indonesian popular meal of steamed rice accompanied with various side dishes served in style of warteg.
Nasi Campur ala Warteg. Indonesian popular meal of steamed rice accompanied with various side dishes served in style of warteg.
Nasi Campur ala Warteg. Indonesian popular meal of steamed rice accompanied with various side dishes served in style of warteg.
Cabe Rawit or Bird's Eye Chili. Arranged in a deep stoneware mortar with lid.
Festive Balinese Rijsttafel with Traditional Dishes
Se'i Ayam NTT. Smoked chicken dish from Nusa Tenggara Timur. Accompanied with cassava leaf, steamed rice and chili sauce
Se'i Ayam NTT. Smoked chicken dish from Nusa Tenggara Timur. Accompanied with cassava leaf, steamed rice and chili sauce
Se'i Sapi NTT. Smoked beef dish from Nusa Tenggara Timur. Accompanied with cassava leaf, steamed rice and chili sauce
Se'i Sapi NTT. Smoked beef dish from Nusa Tenggara Timur. Accompanied with cassava leaf, steamed rice and chili sauce
Se'i Sapi NTT. Smoked beef dish from Nusa Tenggara Timur. Accompanied with cassava leaf, steamed rice and chili sauce
Pindang Telur.  Javanese dish of braised egg in soy sauce.
Nasi Kerabu. Butterfly pea infused steamed rice accompanied with grilled chicken, omelette, salted fish, vegetable salad crackers and chili paste.
Nasi Kerabu. Butterfly pea infused steamed rice accompanied with grilled chicken, omelette, salted fish, vegetable salad crackers and chili paste.
Nasi Kerabu. Butterfly-pea-infused rice accompanied with grilled chicken, omelette, salted fish, vegetable salad crackers and chili paste.
Nasi Kerabu. Butterfly-pea-infused rice accompanied with grilled chicken, omelette, salted fish, vegetable salad crackers and chili paste.
Nasi Kerabu. Butterfly-pea-infused rice accompanied with grilled chicken, omelette, salted fish, vegetable salad crackers and chili paste.
Nasi Kerabu. Butterfly-pea-infused rice accompanied with grilled chicken, omelette, salted fish, vegetable salad crackers and chili paste.
Kerupuk Keong. Yellow tapioca noodle crackers shaped into snail shell. It is arranged among other Indonesian crackers.
Pepes Ikan Tenggiri. Steamed Spanish mackerel with spices and cassava leaves in banana leaf parcel.
Snowskin Mooncake with Blue Pea. New variation of mooncake for the Mid-Autumn Festival. The Chinese letters in the rabbit pattern means Mid-Autumn.
Snowskin Mooncake in individual packaging and sealed with flower sticker
Shima Aji Sashimi. Japanese dish of fresh white trevally fish.
Es Cendol. Indonesian dessert drink of pandan noodle jelly with coconut milk and coconut palm sugar.
Market stall of traditional Indonesian sweet and savoury snacks
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