Chicken Risoles | Rissoles are a snack food in Indonesia, where they are called risoles (pronounced 'riss-ol-less'). It is almost similar with croquette, filled with meat and some veggies and then wrapped in Risoles skin/wrap and deep-fried. They are commonly eaten with chilli sauce or bird's eye chili.
Yes, we know: Pretty much everyone you know is putting Sriracha on everything. And while it's quite rare for a hot sauce to become such a hot button issue, we're still willing to venture that the OG chili sauce makes for a nice addition to several dishes -- more specifically, these peach Sriracha chicken wings from Food Steez. A touch of summery sweetness meets a little bit of spice, and leads to a whole lot of addictiveness. Here's how to make 'em.
Lumpia (spring rolls) from Semarang, Indonesia - Bamboo shoots, dried shrimp, and chicken or shrimp are used as filling and eaten with chili sauce made from coconut sugar, chili peppers, shallots, and tapioca starch. Lumpia is served deep fried or not fried.