Eid Mubarak Special Episode | Best Dish for Celebrating Eid al-Fitr at Home

Eid Mubarak / Happy Eid / Selamat Hari Lebaran for our Muslim friends out there! Even though this year is a little bit different of course since most of us are still in isolation or lockdown, we hope you guys are still in the holiday spirit to celebrate Eid with your loved ones.

Since we grew up in Indonesia, there is one dish that is always eaten during Eid, "Ketupat Sayur". This is a must-eat dish, we can't skip this, because Eid without this dish is not a complete Eid. Peter also shares his favorite Indonesian sweet drink recipe in this video, Es Cendol. Check out the recipes below and hope you guys can try these at home too. Let us know if you like it ;)

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KETUPAT SAYUR To make the paste:

  • 6-8 garlic cloves
  • 6-8 shallots
  • 10-12 red chillies
  • 50gr dried shrimp

To make the soup:

  • 800 ml coconut milk
  • 1600 water
  • galangal
  • 4-6 Indonesian bay leaves (daun salam)
  • salt and sugar to taste


  • ketupat (rice cake)
  • hard boiled eggs
  • chicken (cooked together in the soup)
  • dried shallots
  • crackers (kerupuk)


  • 50 gr rice flour
  • 40 gr hunkwe (mungbean) flour
  • 10 gr corn flour
  • 375 pandan water
  • 400 ml coconut milk
  • 1-2 fresh pandan leaves
  • 1 tsp salt
  • palm sugar syrup
  • jack fruits (as an additional topping)

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